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quite unsettled with showers around. It's not all doom and gloom with
drier interludes. Here's It's not all doom and gloom with
drier interludes. Here's Ben with the national picture. Good evening.
What goes up must come down. So the saying goes. That certainly applies
to the temperatures. Sunspots cut up to 27 degrees and tomorrow we could
get even warmer with some spots up to 29. The middle of the week will
bring a change. Thunderstorms will be sparked off and as they clear
away, that's when the temperatures take a tumble all the way down to
around 20 degrees at best for most places by the end of the week. For
the time being, things are quiet, largely drive through the rest of
the night with clear spells and more cloud creeping north through England
and Wales and turning muggy in the South with a cooler and fresher
night further north. But muggy air will work its way through many parts
of the country tomorrow. High pressure to the east. South-westerly
breeze and increasingly humid air from the continent increasing the
risk of thunderstorms later. For much of the day it will be dry with
spells of sunshine, quite hazy across England and Wales with more
high cloud streaming its way in. The wind picking up as well,
particularly in the south. A beautiful day for much of Scotland's
tomorrow. Just a small chance of showers over high ground. Glasgow up
to 25 or 26. Cooler on the East Coast. Northern Ireland and northern
England in fine shape. Quite cool for the East Coast of England with
the wind picking up. Coming further west, sunspots reaching 28 or 29.
However, later in the day, trouble arriving from the South with
thunderstorms that will be quite hit and miss as they moved north during
tomorrow night. Some places might miss out on the action but if you
get a heavy downpour you could get a lot of rain in a short space of.
Frequent lightning, blustery winds. Heavy rain pushing to Northern
Ireland. Scotland overnight. Heat and humidity could spark further
thundery downpours. Close to 30 degrees across eastern areas, but
something fresher will push in towards the West. This is where our
temperatures head downwards. Wednesday night into Thursday, a
cold front sweeping east and that will see the return of fresher air
from the Atlantic. No high 20s by the end of the week. 17-22d with
spells of rain at