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there will be further rain over the weekend as well.
there will be further rain over the weekend as well. More on that pesky
jet stream with Matt Taylor. Good evening. Temperatures for the
rest of the week fall below expectations. That all comes after a
spell of wet and windy weather tomorrow. If you are on holiday, do
not despair. There will be some dry moments. The rain courtesy of this
son of cloud. It will take most of the night before the rain settles in
Northern Ireland, parts of Wales and south-west England. Patchy rain in
the north-east of Scotland. Most of you drive. Mostly clear skies
tonight. Temperatures in the countryside could drop into single
figures. Most in the teens. The big driving force behind not only
tomorrow's weather but the rest of the week is this area of low
pressure. These weather fronts will bring a wet and windy start to the
west. In the eastern half of the country, this is the best part of
the day. Enjoy the sunshine when you have got it. Elsewhere, the rain in
the West pushes east. Heaviest in the northern half of the country.
Lingering across north-east Scotland into the afternoon. Later and patchy
during the second part of the day. Temperatures could reach 20 or 21.
For those of you in the Western half of the country, when you open the
curtains in the morning you may be in despair. But hold hope. It looks
like a fine afternoon. The rain clears. Good sunny spells. Pleasant
enough under the strong sunshine. An isolated shower across Northern
Ireland and south-west England. Those showers become more abundant
as we move into Thursday. Low pressure strengthens the wind. Close
to gale force winds Scotland and Northern Ireland. A breeze
elsewhere. Showers most frequent for Scotland and Northern Ireland. A dry
start for England and Wales. Pushing across the sky is quite quickly in
the breeze. Most will have some decent weather at times during the
day. Some may avoid the showers altogether. That is the case as well
on Friday. Mainly the showers frequent for western Scotland and
Northern Ireland. Showers for England and Wales into the afternoon
will stop another spell of more persistent rail -- rain pushing in.
By the time we get into the weekend, we can have rainbow spotting.