UK Forecast- July 22, 2014

Showers in South West

Hot and Summery

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The morning will be a dry one with increasing amounts of sunshine. Low cloud and mist across central and eastern parts of England and Scotland will be burning back to coasts by afternoon, but may plague eastern fringes for much of the day. Late in the afternoon. High temperatures could spark off a few sharp showers across southern Wales, down through Somerset, Dorset and southern Hampshire. It will be a very warm to hot day but sea breezes will develop around the coasts later in the afternoon keeping it a bit fresher. We are expecting maximum temperatures of 22 to 29 Celsius.

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In the first part of the evening. Southern parts of Wales, Somerset and Dorset could see a few heavy, possibly thundery showers persisting. These fade late in the evening. A few sharp showers may also affect western Scotland. Most parts of the country should have a fine end to the day and it will be a warm evening with sunny spells. Overnight it will be dry and warm with low cloud in the east filtering into central parts of the country. Expect minimum temperatures of 12 to 17 Celsius.

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Thursday will be a very warm to hot day. Again low cloud and mistiness will clear from all but North Sea coasts this morning. Lots of dry, sunny weather to come throughout the day. There could be showers developing across parts of Wales and the south west and also across western Scotland, some could be locally heavy with the risk of thunder. The showers may linger well into the evening before dying out. It should be a dry night across much of the United Kingdom with clear spells and mist patches. Expect maximum temperatures of 23 to 29 Celsius.

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It continues very warm to hot on Friday and this will help develop. More the way of shower activity across much of England and Wales into western Scotland. While some of these could be heavy with the risk of thunder, east of the Pennines and across eastern parts of Scotland it could remain fine and dry. The showers are expected to fade in the first part of the evening ahead of a dry, warm night Expect maximum temperatures of 22 to 28 Celsius.


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