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Good evening. Most of us look like ending the week on a dry note. Some
of us end it today on a particularly wet note. Notably across parts of
south-west England and up into the Midland, a line of vicious storms
and thunder in there too. They have been spreading further west in parts
of Wales and southern counties. They'll tend to fade away the rest
of the night, but one or two lingering on. Most other places
having a quiet night. Cloud and mistiness out there.
Across the glens of northern Scotland, temperatures will get well
down into single fir. But for most of the rest of us, a relatively mild
night staying in double digits. One or two showers from word go across
the south-west which will be the focus for any showers tomorrow.
There won't be that many. Most of the country will have a quiet day,
albeit rather cloudy. Through the afternoon, a snapshot,
mid afternoon one or two showers across Scotland but most places will
avoid these. A fair bit of cloud. Some of the best of the sunshine
will be around the coastal fringe, the cloud filling in inland.
Pausing across Wales, we have the Queen's Baton Relay which will
continue to move into north-eastern parts of Wales. If you are
attending, it should be dry and hopefully you will see some sunshine
with light winds, feeling very pleasant indeed. The focus for any
showers will be further south-west across Wales and more particularly
the south-west of England. They won't be as widespread or heavy as
they were today. Mid to high teens, maybe the odd 20
somewhere and with light winds, it will feel quite pleasant. More of
the same on Saturday. A quiet day, a bit of cloud around and the odd
shower breaking out across the heart of the UK.
Mid to high teens, low 20s in some places with light winds. So far so
good. Into Sunday, the weather front has
been challenging us forecast, in terms of how quickly it spreads
east. It looks as if it will push into Northern Ireland and Scotland,
so things going downhill here with rain arriving through the day.
Further south and east, a good chance we'll see some sunshine and a
good few of us will stay dry. There is an increasing risk of showers
later on. The detail a little uncertain. We'll