Issued: 0935 Saturday 21st July 2012
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Lots of warm sunshine, more unsettled later
High pressure builds in across the country this weekend and we expected temperatures to rise to above normal levels for July. A front pushing south next week may linger across the northern England. Friday we may see a more general breakdown with a risk of heavy thunderstorms.
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Some rain to come across northern England and North Wales with a few showers for Scotland. Very warm and sunny in the south. Expect highs of 19 to 25C.
There is a risk of rain across northern England. To the north and south it looks dry with sunny spells and hot in the south. Mainly dry tonight. Expect maximum temperatures of 19 to 26C.
Central and eastern parts of England will be dry, mostly sunny and very warm. Cloudier with showers in the north and west. Rain and showers are expected in many areas in the night. Maximum temperatures of 19 to 25C.
Very unsettled today with rain for Scotland and heavy showers and thunderstorms for England and Wales. Hot and humid in the south. Rain is expected tonight in most areas. Expect top temperatures of 18 to 27C.
Not as warm today with more rain across Scotland. Further showers will affect England and Wales, some heavy. Expect top temperatures of 17 to 23C.
We may see a very heavy pulse of rain coming in across Scotland today with heavy showers continuing across England and Wales. Cooler today with highs of 17 to 19C.