Issued: 1000 Sunday 8th July 2012
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Temperatures at or below Normal
Low pressure remains the dominant weather feature. This will keep weather very unsettled with frequent and heavy showers along with longer spells of rain for most parts of the country.
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Rain across northern Scotland in the morning turns showery for the afternoon. After a dry, sunnier start, lots of showers develop across much of Britain, some heavy with thunder, though perhaps dry across south west England. Expect highs of 15 to 18C.
Outbreaks of persistent rain across southwest England in the morning spreads up across Wales and central and southern parts of England in the afternoon. To the north of this further heavy showers are likely. The rain tends to linger across much of England and Wales through the evening and night. Expect highs of 14 to 16C.
Friday a belt of persistent rain will lie across central and northern parts of England with heavy showers expected to the north and south of this, some thundery. Most areas will become dry tonight. Expect maximum temperatures of 14 to 18C.
Expect a day of sunny spells and showers across much of the country and these will turn heavier in the afternoon, although southwest England may be dry and sunniest. The showers fade by evening, leading to a dry night with mist patches by morning. Maximum temperatures of 15 to 18C.
Another day of sunny spells and scattered showers, though few showers are expected across southeast today. Expect top temperatures of 15 to 19C.
Monday sees the best weather across Scotland and Northern Ireland with sunny spells. More cloud to come across England and Wales with the risk of showers and some patchy rain. Expect highs of 15 to 19C.