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National forecast. I will ldave you with the summary. Turning more
unsettled as we head with the summary. Turning more
unsettled as we head towards the weekend.
Good evening. After what has been a glorious few weeks of summer
sunshine for many of us, things are about to change over the next 24
hours. We are seeing the change marked by the weather front on the
satellite image. To the south of that, 25 degrees, in Bournemouth for
instance, but in the north and east, cooler, fresher air. That sets the
scene for tomorrow. A cooler day. We will have hazy sunshine on offer,
although cloudier skies than we have been used it over the past week.
Tonight we have thicker cloud bringing more two spots of drizzly
rain for some southern areas. Many parts dry, but we have the rain
heading in towards the far north-west for the early hours of
Wednesday. A cool night ahead. Many areas in single figures towards the
East of Scotland and north-east England. Wednesday starts on a cool
note for some others. More cloud than we have seen of late. The rain
heading into Northern Ireland and western Scotland through the course
of the morning. At 4pm, brightness for the north-east of Scotland. 13
degrees in Aberdeen. A cool day Some outbreaks of rain for the West
of Scotland and Northern Ireland. On and off during the day, damp, grey
day. Across the North of England, Wales, the Midlands and the
south-east, generally dry. 20 or 21 degrees. Some sunshine in between
the cloud. A chance of a light shower across the south-west of
England and South Wales in the afternoon. It should stay dry in.
Top temperature is 20 degrees, a little fresher at Wimbledon. A bit
more cloud during the afternoon We end Wednesday on a quiet note for
many others. The rain towards the north and north-west, but things are
set to change as we head through the latter part of the week. We see the
weather front rushing in from the Atlantic during the early hours of
Thursday. On Thursday morning it brings rain initially across the far
south-west of England, on into Northern Ireland as well, but a
decent day for the vast majority of Wales, England and Scotland, highs
of 22 degrees. If you are heading to Glastonbury festival, after a dry
day on Thursday summer rain had thin on fright -- on Thursday night and
into Friday. On Friday, heavy thunderstorms and showers for many
southern areas. Northern areas, drier and brighter, the best of the
sunshine here. Heavy thunderstorms could affect