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could hit 26 degrees. Into next week, dry and so to begin with, it
turn week, dry and so to begin with, it
turn stormy by Wednesday. Now the UK outlook. Good evening. A bit of a
damp patch heading our way this weekend and not a lot we can do
about it. Let's see what will be happening over the next couple of
days. Quite warm and muggy, particularly in southern areas. This
is the satellite picture, a big thrill of cloud stretching across
the North Atlantic and it is heading in our direction and has already
been pretty wet in Northern Ireland and parts of Scotland in the last
few hours. Some damp and cloudy parts of western and north-western
areas and the cut-off line is around northern Wales, the North West of
England, this area and south of that, the Midlands and South Coast
and the south-east it should be dry through the night but quite warm.
Tomorrow morning and into the afternoon, those clouds keep rolling
off the Atlantic, bringing the damp weather. This is lunchtime stopping
in with the wet weather in the Northern Isles and western isles and
to the south of that, mostly it will be that thick cloud, some drizzle
and missed around the coasts and over the hills. These are the
lunchtime tempters and they will keep on rising through the day, 17
in Cardiff, 20 in London and bubbly some brightness in the early
afternoon in the south coast -- probably some brightness. Late in
the afternoon those temperatures possibly peeking around 26 degrees
with some brightness. A humid day for many of us but notice this line
of weather which is a cold front and behind it there is fresh air coming
from the Atlantic which will be in place by late Saturday night into
Sunday in the North West. That weather front is straddled on
Sunday, the Northern three quarters of the country in a fresh Atlantic
air on Sunday also the weekend is not looking that bad, some sunshine
on the way for Belfast and Glasgow and Manchester, Wales as well, and
the South will stay clammy with temperatures in the mid-20s. Next
week, Monday and Tuesday, lovely on Monday, the temperatures keep rising
in the South into Tuesday and by the middle of next week we are in for
somewhat of a short lived heatwave and
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