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Good evening. A silver lining to our cloudy and pretty wet summer so
far is that we have largely avoided warm, humid night which are
difficult for sleeping through. Until tonight. These are the
overnight rally is sticking in the mid- teens, the test -- the
temperatures we have been struggling to reach during the day.
There will be some cloud and outbreaks of rain in Scotland.
Elsewhere, there will be some showers, particularly heavy bursts
of rain returning to Northern Ireland and north-west England
tomorrow morning. A grey start tomorrow which will be another
humid day with, for many, further showers. This arm of rain tracks
its way into southern parts of Scotland during the day. Further
south, after a grey and misty start, it will get brighter. Any hazy
sunshine should trigger afternoon downpours. It stays gloomy
throughout the day. In the far north it is not too humid here.
Rain through the central belt of Scotland. Northern Ireland should
turn drier and brighter. Northern England will keep cloud and rain
through the day. Further south, it will get brighter with hazy
sunshine coming through. Coastal areas will stay gloomy. We could
reach into the mid- twenties. Across parts of eastern England
there is the chance of seeing some torrential downpours. Hopefully
there will not be a big shower at Wimbledon but there is the
possibility of some disruption to play. Again on Thursday we are
likely to see downpours and they could be affecting Northern Ireland
and southern Scotland. Rain here could be building up over the next
few days. That is one cause for concern. One more humid day on
Thursday before we start to see another change caused by this cold
front. It will bring the downpours but more importantly it will chase
away the warm and humid air building up over the next day or so.
Following on behind, the blue colours tell you all. It turns
cooler once more as we head into the weekend. We are back to where