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Thursday. Of course, there is more chance of seeing thundery downpours
as a result. Good evening. The forecast will
divide the nation in two camps, one where you are looking forward to
what is coming and the other where you may not be too keen. For those
on their summer break, good sunny spells. Heat and increasing humidity
starting to build, which later in the week will lead to some nasty
thunderstorms. So such thunderstorms out there at the moment. Breezy out
there. Sporadic showers. If your gardens need a watering, I can not
promise everywhere will see the showers. We could start with some
showers over East Anglia. Of note are the temperatures - a very muggy
night over southern areas of the UK. Plenty of cloud to begin with in the
south. Sunnier spells further north. Fresher, particularly in the
countryside. A noticeable breeze. Isolated showers to the west of
Scotland and Northern Ireland. That will be really it for the day. Just
a handful of showers across the north. Most of you will avoid them.
For the majority of the UK, a dry day, with good, sunny spells and
feeling warmer. Temperatures climbing on today's values, neven
the south-east we could get to 26 the south-east we could get to 6
Celsius. Into Wednesday, almost a repeat of Sunday night. As that
goes, we start to drag in that increasingly humid air. Where you
have the cloud, outbreaks of rain, mainly to the north and west.
The real muggy, humid air will be to the east of the country.
27, maybe 28 Celsius. That is 82 27, maybe 28 Celsius. That is 8
Fahrenheit. Temperatures will build further into
Thursday. A zone of thicker cloud. Maybe the odd thunder storm through
the central swathe of the UK. By this stage, on the outskirts of
London we could hit 30 Celsius. That heat will transfer its way
northwards into Friday. An oppressive night for sleeping on
Thursday. Friday, the If your friend was taken away...
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there's not much we can do. ..how would you fight
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