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the heat going to last over the Bank Holiday Weekend? It might do. This
is the National forecast. Double. Hello, cloud topping and tailoring
the country today and that eased away with the sunshine through the
country. Cloud in the North West big enough for showery rain. That
continues overnight, a lot of low cloud and drizzle here. And we keep
the low cloud across Wales and the south-west of England. It is not a
cold night, 9-15d. First thing across the West Country, and parts
of South Wales, we will continue to see coastal fog and quite a lot of
cloud first thing. We will be testing cloud around. If we get
sunshine, temperatures respond, 17, 18 degrees by the morning. A quiet
start in Northern England and for Northern Ireland, keeping some cloud
and drizzle across the far North West and shoulders continued
drifting eastern and becoming isolated through the day. We could
pick up more persistent showers across the Northern isles as well.
Elsewhere, a predominantly dry day with cloud around and despite that,
a warm day with sunshine. Top temperatures around the 25 degrees.
The dry theme continues with for the rest of the week. We will see more
sunshine and it is going to turn very warm and perhaps hot. It does
look as though we can see the first signs of that on Thursday with a lot
of sunshine and temperatures responding with light winds. 25
again in the South East and 23 in sheltered Western areas of Scotland.
The high pressure that is really the talking point this week is just
potentially drifting eastern and that could drag in hot air across
the near continent. As we move towards the weekend, we could get
the hottest day of the year so far up and a weather front is also
pushing from the far south-west and that could brink thunder into the
start of the weekend. Hot ahead of it and the potential for thunder as
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