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pressure. If we look at you can see that there
are very few showers around. It may be dry Saturday
are very few showers around. It may be dry Saturday and Sunday, a chilly
wind, the national picture again with Louise now.
Many of us have been asking the question, where has summer gone?
Today, no exception. We started off with a cluster of showers across
Wales and the south-west. They gathered in intensity and pace as
they pushed furthered east, bringing localised flash flooding and hail
with the thunder storms as well. Thank you to Sarah for this
photograph. I can offer you something for promising into -- more
promising into tomorrow, it should feel quite pleasant. If you still
have showers around at the moment, most should fade to the coast
through the overnight period. Clear skies, mist and fog patches will
form. Overnight, generally 9-13. Tomorrow starts off quiet. Fairly
optimistic with sunny spells coming through with lighter winds and it's
pleasant enough. Into the anks it should stay largely fine and dry.
Still can't rule out a few sharp showers. I'll come on to those in a
moment, but for holiday-makers into the West Country and for the bulk of
Wales, temperatures into the high teens, light winds and it's pleasant
enough. Highs of 21 into the London area. Towards the borders, Essex and
Kent, we could get one or two sharp thundery downpours here. In Northern
Ireland and the bulk of Scotland, in comparison to recent days, it's
largely fine and bright. The winds return into the weekend. A
blustery wind developing. There'll be some rain around but some
brighter spells across England and Wales on Saturday. So there it is on
Saturday, the winds starting to be a feature into the far north and west,
gusty to gale force with sharp showers. That low pressure will
start to migrate that little bit further east, bringing the weather
front to the south overnight. A few showers first thing on Sunday
morning. More importantly, the winds continue to strengthen, gales even
inland into the far north and west on Saturday. Plenty of frequent
showers and a cooler feel to things. The cool air sits up to the
north-west for the start of the weekend. Into Monday an Tuesday, the
north-westerly winds plunge further south and the cooler air pushes
south as well. Unseasonably cool for this
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