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The weekend's upon us - Wimbledon finals too.
The weather is looking a little mixed.
There's some rain in the forecast. Let's snap to it.
This is the satellite picture
showing quite an extensive area of cloud
out there in the north Atlantic
and it's making a beeline for us,
so many parts of the country are in for an overcast Saturday
with some outbreaks of rain. So Friday night into Saturday,
all of that cloud rolls off the Atlantic.
We've already had heavy rain in Northern Ireland
and parts of Scotland and there's more to come during Saturday.
Even far away from these weather fronts further south
there'll be extensive cloud, hill fog, mist, and drizzle in places.
Basically the further west and north you are,
the more likely you are to catch a bit of rain.
There will be some brightness around the Midlands, maybe the south-east,
especially on Saturday afternoon, but a warm and muggy day.
Temperatures possibly up to around 23 or 24 degrees
despite all of that cloud.
And not much change on Saturday evening -
still a lot of cloud, still feeling humid,
and it should be quite a warm evening and night.
On Sunday, we still have a weather front.
This time it's across southern areas of the UK,
so that means this is where we'll probably see most of the cloud,
but around this high pressure here,
the winds will freshen up, come off the Atlantic,
and bring brighter weather to Scotland, Northern Ireland,
and also Northern England, whereas the southern counties here,
probably from around about the Midland southwards,
still pretty overcast and warm.
What does that mean for the Wimbledon finals?
It means a lot of cloud around.
It's not going to be desperately hot as far as the temperature goes,
on the thermometer, but it will feel warm and humid.
It's that humidity that won't be particularly pleasant.
As we head into Monday we say goodbye to that muggy weather,
I think things will freshen up, dry out as well,
so quite a nice day for most of us on Monday,
and then things get interesting Tuesday into Wednesday.
If you were watching yesterday we were talking about the possibility
of hot air being drawn in from Spain and France by
this area of low pressure, and some thunderstorms with that as well,
so hot and humid weather returning again,
so almost resurging from the south.
This is Tuesday's weather forecast and at this stage,
it looks like many areas will have a fine day,
potentially hot in the south,
and you can see the extent of these storms.
And then as we go through the course of Tuesday into Wednesday,
and it's still quite far off and difficult to predict
storms like this this far in advance,
I mean, it could be plus or minus a day - the point is,
Tuesday into Wednesday, that warmth gets drawn up
from the south and there could be storms almost anywhere.
Also very difficult to predict how warm it's going to get.
if we have extensive cloud through the middle part of the week
and quite a few storms,
temperatures might only be 23, 24, 25 degrees.
If we have fewer storms and more sunshine,
there's a potential for temperatures
to shoot up even in excess of 30 degrees Celsius.
Whichever way you look at it,
whether the temperature's low or high,
it is still going to be humid and that threat of storms exists.
Then after those storms, so Thursday and Friday next week,
that low pressure pulls away, taking its bad weather with it,
away from the UK, and then the following weekend,
high pressure is set to build,
so things are going to dry out and freshen up.
So here's the summary for next week.
It is going to turn much warmer, potentially hot in the south,
with a chance of some storms, and then later next week,
it will settle down.
That's it from me - thanks for watching.
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