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UK Forecast- July 25, 2016

Mostly cloudy

Rain at times

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A largely dry day across east & south-east England, with sunny spells and just a small risk of a light afternoon shower. Weak fronts encroach into the west, producing mostly cloudy skies and intermittent light rain or drizzle. A few showery bursts are possible across northern Britain. Rain gradually turning more persistent in the north-west toward evening. Winds fairly light south-westerlies. Highs 18 to 22C, warmest south-east.

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Murky and damp conditions spread across Wales & central-northern England. Rain turning persistent for a few hours over western hills. Patchy rain spreads to the Midlands through the night. The south-east should stay largely dry but cloudy. Some cloud breaks developing for central-southern Scotland & Northern Ireland. Frequent showery rain and brisk winds in northern Scotland. Mild in the south at 13 to 16C, but cooler north, lows 7 to 10C.

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Weak fronts trail eastwards across England & Wales, bringing a lot of cloud and outbreaks of rain or drizzle. Some heavier showers are possible into the afternoon, mainly eastern England. Brighter skies for northern England & southern Scotland, with some sunshine and light winds. Breezy and showery in northern Scotland. Breezy too on English Channel coasts. Top temperatures 16 to 19 north & west, or 20 to 22C Midlands & south.

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An area of low pressure and associated fronts brings cloudy skies and outbreaks of rain for much of the country, extending from western regions into the Midlands through the morning. A mix of patchy drizzle and some heavier showery bursts. In eastern counties it may remain dry for many hours before rain develops later. Scotland may avoid the worst and see just a few showers. Mostly light winds, but breezy in the far south. Highs 16 to 21C.


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