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Good evening. Spare a thought for the forecasters who were trying to
pin down those storms which brought so many problems to south-east
England this morning. You can see the way this line developed, causing
havoc from Brighton to the western fringes of London. That line is
about about five to ten miles wide. Either side of it, really no problem
at all. It is really difficult science trying to get that
absolutely right. More straightforward through
tonight. Yes, there is some rain around.
One band ainto Northern Ireland -- one band into Northern Ireland.
Outbreaks across south-eastern counties. They will tend to be
mostly light and patchy. Nothing like we saw through the early part
of today. Head further west and we have this
area of clearer skies. Sunny to start the day across much of
south-west England, through the Midlands, Wales and the north-east
of England. For the north-west, particularly Cumbria, the cloud will
thicken up. That's the story across Scotland as
well. The rain starting to break up across Northern Ireland and
north-west Scotland, turning more into showers, with brighter spells,
hopefully between. That rain in the south-west will take a time to
clear. This area of clearer skies will push southwards and eastwards,
so the sun breaks through in southern areas. The cloud moves in
across the north Midlands and Wales during the afternoon. The cloud and
the breeze make for a cooler day for the athletes in Glasgow. 17 Celsius,
the high. A largely dry story. Just the odd light shower going through
on the breeze. 17-20 Celsius across the northern half. Warmer further
south. We could hit 27 Celsius in the London area. Ahead of this
weather front, once this pushes through, it introduces slightly
cooler fresher air. Low pressure developing to the north. More
isobars on the chart. A breezier day across the northern half of the UK
on Wednesday. Temperatures close to the seasonal averagech perhaps
slightly above -- average. Perhaps slightly above.
All the signs are that low pressure will start to take over as we go
into the second half of the week. High pressure and fine weather