Issued: 0630 Thursday 5th July 2012
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Low Pressure Dominates
An area of intense, thundery rain with the potential for flash flooding moves across East Anglia, The North Midlands, the north of England and Wales tonight and through Friday. Overall we keep the showery theme going across most parts of the county through the up coming week.
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Rain across south east England in the morning lingers into the afternoon. After a dry, sunnier start, showers develop across much of Britain, some heavy, though perhaps dry across south west England. Expect highs of 16 to 20C.
The showery weather continues. Some sunshine is expected but also quite a few showers develop after a dry start, the heaviest of these in the afternoon. Most the showers die away this evening, followed by a dry night. Expect highs of 15 to 22C.
More showers are expected across many parts of the country today, mixed with a few sunny spells Late in the afternoon these look quite heavy. Perhaps the far south of England could escape with a dry day. Expect maximum temperatures of 16 to 21C.
Mainly dry this morning with mist patches clearing to sunny spells. Showers again are likely in many areas in the afternoon but dry across south west England. Maximum temperatures of 14 to 20C.
Little change is expected across the country today. Most places will see showers forming again as we go through the day interspersed with dry, sunny spells. Expect top temperatures of 15 to 19C.
We may see a front spreading rain in across the country from the west. Expect highs of 14 to 18C.