Issued: 0859 Monday 2nd July 2012
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
A Breezy Week
With the jet stream remaining well south of the United Kingdom, it's going to remain unsettled as a significant area of low pressure becomes semi-stationary across the United Kingdom for much of this upcoming week. Rain will be followed by a steady stream of showers, many heavy with the risk of thunder and it will always remain quite breezy.
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East Anglia and the southeast of England could escape with a dry, mostly sunny day, but for most areas it's going to be a day of sunny spells and showers. Showers becoming heavy with the risk of thunder in the afternoon. Expect highs of 17 to 20C.
Not much change is expected today. Showers develop across much of the United Kingdom, becoming heavy in places. The showers die away this evening and we could see some rain, edging back into Wales and southwest England overnight. Expect highs of 16 to 20C.
The showery theme continues as we move into the weekend. Some sunshine is expected but also quite a few showers, the heaviest of these perhaps across Scotland, northern England and Wales. Expect maximum temperatures of 16 to 18C.
More showers are expected across most parts of the country today, interspersed with a few sunny spells. More persistent rain though may affect Northern Ireland and Wales in the afternoon. That rain moves into most parts of the country through the evening and night. Maximum temperatures of 16 to 18C.
Mostly cloudy and unsettled across Britain with plenty of showers, some locally heavy. Expect top temperatures of 16 to 18C.
With low pressure dominating the country, it looks as though most areas will have another day of sunny spells and scattered showers. Expect highs of 16 to 19C.