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Good evening. I know some of us could do with a drop of rain for the
gardens, and the hot weather doesn't suit us all, but it's within a warm
one today. 20 degrees in many parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland,
the warmest day of the year so far. It's been a hot one further south
too. 30 degrees along the south coast of England. There's plenty
more warmth to come through the rest of this week. A balmy night. Most of
us dry. Low cloud and mist off the North Sea into central and eastern
parts of the UK. The odd shower possible across the west of Northern
Ireland, otherwise dry and humid. Temperatures in the midteens to
start the day. Whoa might see the odd shower across eastern England
early on. Most of us is dry. By the afternoon, we could see an isolated
downpour. Further west, I must stress they will be isolated. Mauve
of us will avoid them entirely. They could be heavy and slow moving as
well. The vast majority will be fine. Every bit as warm as today. Up
into the mid-to high 20s. There will be a refreshing breeze across
southern areas. It should stay dry here as across Scotland. A bit of
mist across the far north-east and into the Northern Isles. We have the
Commonwealth Games starting in the evening. I'm optimist thanking it
will be dry. There's a very small risk of a shower. It should be dry
and warm and temperatures in the low 20s at 8pm in the evening with
fairly light winds. The warmth keeps with us through Thursday as well.
Every bit as warm as it will be on Wednesday. Again mid-to high 20s.
Once more across north-eastern coastal areas, it will be cooler
with low cloud and mist. Weather-wise, the chance of an
isolated shower, particularly across south-western parts of England and
Wales. They will be isolated. Mauve places -- most places will be
completely dry. That's how we end the week. A lot of warmth around,
many places will be dry. There will be a few showers around. Towards the
weekend, well southern areas stay dry and warm. But keep your eye on
this front. That introduces showery rain into the northern areas. As
that heads southwards, into the early part of next week, it looks as
if it will turn cooler with the winds coming down from the north.