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really. Broken cloud, mostly dry and it's going to be feeling warm again.
Louise has this evening's national forecast.
Good evening. Not quite flaming June today, but there are signs something
just more impressive through the middle of the week. Today it was a
bright and breezy affair. A lot of cloud around. It started to break up
down to the south and temperatures responded. In fact, we had some
beautiful spells of sunshine here by the end of the day. Where we saw the
12, it was cloudy, it was disappointing, and there were a few
scattered showers. Those showers will continue through the night
across Northern Ireland and into western Scotland. Some of them quite
heavy. We will see lighter bits and pieces of showers perhaps across
north-west England and North Wales. Further south and east clearer
skies, a touch of mist and fog and temperatures in rural spots perhaps
into single figures. The rain will be heavy across western Scotland
first thing tomorrow morning. It will start to ease off as we go
through the day. We keep the showers into Northern Ireland, north-west
England and also North Wales. Despite that chilly start, with
light winds and lots of sunshine temperatures early on will respond
quickly. It will be pleasant enough at 8am. It looks likely that we will
keep the sunshine for much of England and Wales throughout the
day. Just a slim chance of a shower maybe across the East Midlands and
East Anglia. The heavy persistent rain into western Scotland will
start to fragment and become showery into the afternoon so with sunny
spells temperatures will respond. 23 is possible in the south-east
corner. The high pressure may well drift over to Europe as we move into
Wednesday. That's going to eventually allow this low to move in
but ahead of it we could drag up some warm humid air from the Azores
so Wednesday could get interesting. If you like it quite hot we could
see decent weather across much of England and Wales. Despite some
showers into the north-west, even some of that heat and humidity will
drift into Scotland. High teens likely, maybe 21 closer to the
Borders. 26, possibly 27, that's 80 Fahrenheit in the south-east. But
that could trigger off thundery downpours overnight Wednesday into
Thursday. Eventually the low pressure drifts in from the west and
we will start to see signs of something fresher behind that cold
front. But it looks as though towards the end of the week it will
be still be reasonable, a few scattered showers to the north and
west, decent spells Hang on, you haven't even told me
what it is yet. It's all anyone could talk about.
Give it up!