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Hello. Our weather is about to correct itself and stop acting as if
we are still at the height of summer. 26 Celsius today in Sussex
and Kent. Some disruptive thunderer storms. Those affected parts of
southern and south-west England with flooding. Further intense
storms developed to the north and east of London, and moving into East
Anglia. There's been a lot of rain in a short space of time, producing
flooding. Hail in places. This is East London this afternoon. If this
has been your weather recently, big changes are on the way. This weekend
we clear away the thunder storms. If you've had low cloud, mist and
drizzle, your weather improves as cleaner air pushes south. We are not
there yet. Another claggy night Showers and heavy downpours in Wales
and the Midlands. But eastern England are most at risk of seeing
torrential thunderstorms as the night goes on. Fresher, cooler air
for northern Scotland. Some spots into single figures. That's the sign
of a change. That will filter south. But England and Wales keep plenty of
cloud. Patchy rain working out of northern England into the Midlands.
Showers in eastern England and the potential in southern counties of an
isolated torrential thunderstorm. Perhaps more so in the far
south-east. The biggest change is eastern Scotland and nearest
England. We've had a whole week of low cloud, mist and drizzle. You
must be fed up of it. This weather front is clearing that away and
better visibility with brighter skies are on the way. That air mass
will be across the UK on Sunday Under clearing skies as high
pressure moves in, the early on Sunday morning it will be chilly.
Scotland, Northern Ireland, north-west England, some spots have
a touch of ground frost. Following Sunday, a mixture of cloud and
sunshine. Feeling very different. Different. The area of high pressure
is squeezed south next weeks present of fine weather for the south-east.
Occasional rain and wind elsewhere. The autumn equinox, by