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Thursday afternoon and on Friday. The outlook for
Thursday afternoon and on Friday. The outlook for the weekend the: it
will gradually improve. Over to Philip Avery.
Hello, yet another day goes by and it is not a dry sphere behind me. I
expect, Headingley is in there somewhere, the fear of that that
keeps guys like this hard at it at this time of year and I expect they
have seen the forecast not just for Essex on Tuesday but other areas
too. Henley was in the firing line of the weather front, Hockley, a
close run thing, but perhaps more dry than not, other showers were
available. Further north showers, later in the night you may hear a
rumble of thunder anywhere from the East Midlands up to the Humber.
Skies may clear behind it and that will allow mist and fog to form.
Away from that weather front the skies will clear and it could be a
chilly start to the day on Tuesday across parts of Scotland and
Northern Ireland where you will see the best of the Sunshine. Monday's
front becomes Tuesday's front and it will be joined later in the day by
this area of low pressure and the attendant cloud, wind and rain
gradually driving its way up from the near continent. The brightest of
the weather no doubt throughout the day in Scotland, Northern Ireland
and maybe the north-west of England, the weather front draped on that
diagonal. Here comes the new area of cloud and rain with some heavy
downpours and there will be some thunderstorms. It is not quite all
doom and gloom because the tail end of the weather front will allow
brightness in Wales and the south-west but also a lot of cloud
and rain. There comes the risk of thunderstorms up across East Anglia,
the East Midlands and south-east. There will be a lull in proceedings
for the weather front and then the drier weather. One or two showers in
the wind direction, the central belt could state drive for the greater
part of the day. Tuesday into Wednesday, rather unusually, though
not extraordinarily, the fronts and low-pressure drift from South to
North, but you will notice trailing away from the south-western quarter,
yes, another very active portion of the weather front bringing the risk
of thunderstorms and heavy downpours across the south-eastern quarter. No
doubt the best of the conditions further north and west. The first
signs of a high-pressure trying to topple in from the Atlantic and
trying to dominate and it succeeds on Thursday, one of the drier days
of the week, but by Friday to new cloud, new wind and rain. It reminds
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