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underneath all that rain. Let's look at the Outlook. Sunday looks like a
better day overall. Monday or Tuesday, largely dry.
at the Outlook. Sunday looks like a better day overall. Monday or
Tuesday, largely dry. Hello, I am sure anybody on holiday
in the UK right now is not too impressed with the holiday. This
weather watcher picture sums things up. In Highland Scotland, at least
there was some sunshine between the downpours. Further south across
England and Wales, thickening cloud, outbreaks of rain, initially heavier
in Wales, and then in northern England pushing to the North Sea.
Dribs and drabs of rain heading across the Midlands to the
south-east. Walt two heavy bursts and gusty wind in the south-east
ahead of the rain. Later, skies were clear and the wind will drop a bit.
In the north-west, we are going to hang on to the showers. Temperatures
about 12 or 13 degrees. Into the start of the weekend, some more
showers around and some sunshine for Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Showers initially near the north coast of Northern Ireland, western
Scotland, that bit dry across eastern parts of Scotland. One two
showers to begin the day across eastern England. Largely dry for
Wales, a sunny start across the Midlands and East Anglia. More cloud
across southern counties of England. Overnight rain is still there, very
close, sitting to the English Channel. It will work northwards
through the day. We might not be so lucky for the cricket at the Oval
tomorrow. A chance of rain to the afternoon session, turning wet into
the evening session. Things going downhill across southern parts of
England and Wales. This rain moving northwards. How quickly is difficult
to gauge. Likely to turn wet through the afternoon. A slice of drier
weather with some sunshine, one two showers before we are back into
blustery showers in the north-west. Heavy ones with hail and thunder in
Scotland. Those numbers, similar to what we have had over the past few
days. This rain in the south, it moves northwards through England and
Wales, turning more extensive. Heavy bursts of rain, gusty wind in the
south-east. The rain swept clear eventually, right at the end of the
night. That weather system out of the way. The one constant through
the weekend and into the beginning of the next week, this area of low
pressure in the north-west that will keep the showers going. For many to
begin within the east on Sunday it will be dry aren't quite sunny.
Showers from the word go in the West. The wind will push the showers
further east through the day. Heavy, potentially thundery downpours. Not
many showers until later in the south-east corner. Into the
beginning of next week, heavy showers for Scotland