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every half hour. For now, have a good night. Bye-bye. It is the
shortest night of the year. Downpours are forming across the
United Kingdom. If you don't get them tonight, there is a good
chance you will get them during the course of tomorrow. Storms are
lining up across France. It has been a fine day across much of the
United Kingdom. This cloud will bring the wet weather. It will be a
wet night across parts of south Wales and South West England. The
rain will push into the Midland and south-east England later in the
night. It could cause problems for tomorrow morning's rush-hour. The
northern half of the country, most places, through the night at least,
will stay dry. Temperatures not as low as last night, most areas in
double figures. The rain will not stay across England and Wales. It
will work across northern England, into southern Scotland and Northern
Ireland. Further south, it will brighten up, for a time. Any
sunshine is likely to trigger further heavy and thundery showers.
One place which may not see too much rain is the western isles of
Scotland. The rain will arrive during the course of the evening.
Central Scotland reaching 12 degrees with outbreaks of rain, as
it will be in Northern Ireland and northern England. Dryer conditions
further south. Any sunshine could trigger thundery showers. Feeling
warm and humid here, 20 degrees. Cloud and rain for south Wales and
South West England for the Friday looks windier. Blustery day
across the country. Wet day too for Northern Ireland. Temperatures are
back where they have been for most of June, below average at 14-16