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Hello - so far, not so good for the weekend weather,
although some of us brightened up on Saturday afternoon.
24 Celsius at Hereford,
as the sun made an appearance.
Most of us stayed cloudy,
and of course, there was some
wet weather around.
Eased for some, but in Highland Scotland,
it continued for much of the day.
Now, the picture for Sunday
is a little bit clearer,
because we've just got one weather front,
this one, working its way
southwards across the UK.
To the north of that, it's going to be
a sunnier picture for Scotland,
for Northern Ireland, eventually northern England -
still a few showers, though,
in northern Scotland, merging to give
a spell of rain later in the day,
quite windy, here.
With our weather front working south
across the rest of England and Wales,
cloudier skies, a few spots
of light rain and drizzle,
and maybe a few late day showers from that.
Ahead of that, though, far south
and south-east seeing some sunny spells,
and into Kent and Sussex,
temperatures might reach into the upper 20s
and still quite humid.
Now, at Wimbledon, what does that mean?
I think there will be a few brighter breaks coming through.
There's cloud, it'll be a warm day,
and there is a chance for a late day shower.
Now, at Silverstone, for the Grand Prix,
well, final practice and qualifying on Saturday
was interesting cos of the wet weather,
and as that weather front works through Silverstone on Sunday,
there could be a bit of light rain around for the race,
so that could make things interesting.
The weather front continues to edge southwards
during Sunday evening.
Could be a few sharp showers with that
into parts of East Anglia
and again parts of south-east England
to end the day.
The weather front clipping northern Scotland
with some rain moves away, then for Monday,
it is high pressure building in.
Still quite breezy for a time in Scotland,
but for many of us, it'll be light winds
with high pressure.
It offers plenty of sunshine for Monday
and if this is your comfort zone for temperatures,
you're certainly in that, in the mid to low 20s.
But there is something warmer on the way
for a time midweek, starting to bring up
some heat from the south,
and this area of low pressure
starts to introduce the threat
of some storms eventually, too.
Now, most of us on Tuesday,
will stay dry, warm, sunny spells -
warmer, more humid, too.
But towards the end of the day
in the south and south-west,
cloud building could see some
of these thunderstorms breaking out.
It may well be they don't have
a lot of rain associated with them initially,
just a lightning show.
They'll continue to head north on Tuesday night
and then merge with the weather system
coming from the Atlantic to produce an area of rain
affecting some of us
across the northern half of the UK on Wednesday,
whereas to the south of that,
there could be some severe thunderstorms
breaking out in places,
that means there could be a lot of rain
in a short space of time - lightning, hail,
but by no means everybody will get those.
As we go into Thursday, that system pulls away
from the north-east of Scotland,
what we're left with on Thursday
is the return of an Atlantic flow,
so it'll feel fresher once again,
although the fresher air will take a while
to reach East Anglia and south-east England,
so still into the 20s, here.
Most of us, though, in the teens
with that breeze, sunny spells,
and one or two showers.
For Friday and into the weekend,
it looks like this -
high-pressure to the south,
occasionally ridging in,
especially across southern parts
of the UK, keeping low pressure
close to northern areas.
A bit breezy at times, especially
the further north you are.
In fact, the further north you are,
you are closer to low pressure,
so next weekend, you're more likely to be unsettled.
Scotland, Northern Ireland, northern England,
windier compared with elsewhere.
Maybe some spells of wet weather
moving through at times.
To the south, you're closer to high pressure.
May still see some weather systems moving through,
but weaker in comparison
and you're likely to see the drier, warmer weather
compared with the rest of the UK,
with some of us into the low 20s,
and that's the latest weather for the week ahead.