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Hello. Well, let's see if the weather
is going to be behaving itself over the next few days.
It certainly didn't yesterday,
on Tuesday -
what a deluge in the south,
a completely different story,
and, more recently, some sunshine around.
A beautiful picture coming in from Cumbria,
as well - look at the water.
and a tranquil lake, as well.
Anyway, the high pressure has been building in,
so that means that things have settled down
while this low pressure has been moving away,
and you can see this sort of residual cloud
in the morning on Wednesday in the south,
and then we've got this wonderful afternoon
with just a bit of scattered fair-weather cloud.
So, Wednesday, a fine day.
That means that the early hours of Thursday,
very quiet on the weather front, as well.
There will be starry skies out there,
and then, of course, the sun pops up,
and it will be quite chilly first thing in the morning
in rural spots,
but the really coldest of spots,
we could see temperatures down to 4 degrees -
and, believe it or not,
that is cold enough for a bit of grass frost
in one or two spots.
High pressure still in charge across most of the UK,
but this sort of sneaky little weather front
gets into the north-west,
so, we are anticipating the clouds,
later in the day, to thicken a little bit,
with a freshening breeze in the north-west
and a chance for a bit of rain -
but, also, there is a risk
of one or two showers also breaking out,
maybe across parts of the Midlands,
maybe just about into Lincolnshire,
perhaps the south-west, as well.
Exactly where these little blobs of rain will occur,
so difficult to predict,
but you can see, overall,
it is looking dry on Thursday.
Low 20s in the south,
20, there, for Sheffield,
21 in Sunderland,
probably quite a nice, sunny day, here, as well.
Decent enough for Dundee -
but the further north-west you go,
you can see, there, Stornoway only 14 degrees,
and we've got some spots of rain on the way, as well.
So, that was Thursday - this is Friday.
Now, weather fronts are trying to push in
off the Atlantic, and what they are doing
is sort of pushing in a lot of cloud,
and also increasing the humidity across the UK,
so, what you'll find,
Friday, Saturday and then Sunday
is that there will be a lot of cloud around
across the country,
but the temperatures will still be pretty high -
mid-20s, perhaps 25 or 26 degrees -
and a little bit of rain around, light rain,
with this thick cloud, as well.
I think the best chance of sunshine
may be across these eastern areas.
So, a muggy, warm weekend on the way,
which is not ideal for Wimbledon.
We don't want that really heavy, sticky air,
but it does look as though that is heading our way
for both finals there on Saturday and Sunday,
women's and men.
Then, on Monday,
high pressure again in charge of the weather,
so that means things will be settling down once more,
and here is a schematic
of what's happening into next week -
so, the jet stream
is way to the north of us,
that's where the really unsettled weather is.
Here's an area of high pressure.
Couple of areas of disturbed weather -
it happens, south of the jet stream, sometimes,
as well, so, just a risk
that there might be some showers around,
coming in from the south early next week -
but, overall, what I'm saying for next week
is that there's going to be
a lot of fine summertime weather.
Very warm during the day -
at best, probably around 26 degrees,
but there's a lot of dry air
over us, actually, next week,
so that means that, with clear skies overnight,
it will be quite chilly,
so there will be a big difference
between the daytime and night-time temperature
next week, almost feeling quite continental.
So, staying settled,
that's for the Outlook,
with some warm nights, but the nights...
Some warm days, that is,
but the nights will be
a little on the fresh side.
You've been weird ever since we came down here. There's something.
I never blamed you.