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interludes and Sunday quietdr weather coming our way. But active
weather heading for the UK. It was a warm one today. We have a
few thunder storms across the UK tonight. Tomorrow we do it all again
but both the heat and the storms will have more intensity. Tomorrow
we break through 30 Celsius. Today we got to 29 Celsius in the London
area. The hottest day of the year. We got to the mid-30s in western
Franced the heat has sparked this area of cloud. Providing a bit of a
show across south-west England. Strong and Gothsy winds. Lots of
lightening flashes. The Wales and the Midlands could see intense rain.
You may be woken by a thunder storm but you may not be able to sleep
because of the heat and the humidity. A warm night and a misty
start tomorrow. The possibility of one or two showers in the south-east
one or two showers in the south east o England and the East Midlands.
one or two showers in the south east o England and the East Midlands One
o England and the East Midlands. One or two in North Wales and the
north-west of England. Perhaps it could affect the Open.
Showers into Northern Ireland and south-west Scotland but generally a
dry start to the day. Running through the day, that area with the
strong winds, some lightening flashes and heavy downus will track
through Northern Ireland the breeze coming from the North Sea will keep
the temperatures down. If it stays misty and murky in the south-west
temperatures will be lower. It is over central and eastern England
where we see the sunshine making the temperatures sooner. 33 Celsius is
possible. Tomorrow night, the lurid colours
suggesting the intense downpours. Spreading north, followed by further
clumps of downpours. Not raining all day. There will be warm and humid
sunshine. We could get 30 Celsius but be aware, we are expecting
intense thunder storms tomorrow night and Saturday. The humid air
around on Sunday with the potential for storms over the east. But it
will not rain all day. There from the top of our heads
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