UK Forecast- July 02, 2015

Dry & sunny

Very warm

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A very warm morning with good spells of sunshine in all parts of the country. It is going to be staying fair into this afternoon with more sunshine to come. Small amounts of cloud will be developing, although these not disrupting the sunshine too much. A few thundery showers could be into southeast England and parts of Wales this evening, these then edging north as the evening progresses. Highs near 29C in southern and eastern England, 23C in Scotland and 23C in Ireland too.

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Bands of thundery rain passing northards through the course of this evening and overnight. There could be some heavy bursts of rain, although this is going to be rather hit and miss. Drier weather following into the far south of England. Northern and central Scotland staying dry, although the thundery rain arriving in southern Scotland in the early hours. A wet night in Ireland with rain, some of it heavy. Lows near a muggy 19C in the far southeast, fresher 10 to 15C for most other areas.

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Low pressure to the west of Ireland on Saturday. Fronts passing north bring a band of rain across Ireland and northern England, a few thunderstorms too. Cloud and some rain in Scotland too, these edging north through the day. Apart from scattered showers in western Wales and more persistent showers in Ireland, it should be dry for most with sunny spells. The risk of cloud and thundery showers in the far southeast of England. Highs near a hot 32C in East Anglia, but turning fresher from the west with 19 to 25C for many.

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Low pressure west of Scotland on Sunday with a ridge of high pressure over the south of the England. Showers affecting Ireland, Wales and western Scotland on Sunday morning, but dry and bright in more eastern and southern areas. The afternoon sees further showers in much of Scotland and Ireland, some of them heavy. More scattered showers over northern England and Wales, but mostly dry in central, eastern and southern areas. Highs at 26C in southeast England, 17 to 23C for most.


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