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A dry, bright start to the morning, but some heavy showers likely to move northeast, mainly across the east of the region, before clearing by afternoon. Further isolated sharp showers could affect the northwest of the region later this afternoon. Maximum Temperature 25°C.
Any residual isolated evening showers should soon decay to leave the whole region with a dry and mostly clear night. Light winds. Minimum Temperature 11°C.
A dry, sunny morning, but cloud increasing with sunshine becoming more hazy in the west through the afternoon. Sussex and Kent likely to remain sunny. Warm with gentle south-southwesterly winds. Maximum Temperature 24°C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Tuesday, rain or showers, possibly thundery, becoming breezy. Wednesday, rather cloudy with some showers. Breezy. Thursday, again rather cloudy with some mainly light showers. Winds easing later.
Updated at: 0424 on Sun 05 Jul 2015
Outbreaks of locally heavy and thundery rain will affect parts of southeast England for a time. Elsewhere there will be some warm sunshine. However, showers will develop from the west, turning heavy and thundery, especially in the northeast later.
Heavy showers, chiefly in the north, will die out during the first part of the night, leaving most areas dry with clear periods. Rain arriving in the far southwest later.
Southeast England and northeast Scotland will be mostly dry with some sunshine. Elsewhere it will turn wet and breezy from the southwest, with some heavy rain developing in places.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Tuesday and Wednesday will be unsettled and cooler than of late, with sunshine and showers, the showers heavy in places. Mostly fine on Thursday. Rain feeding into the northwest later.
Updated at: 0246 on Sun 05 Jul 2015
UK Outlook for Friday 10 Jul 2015 to Sunday 19 Jul 2015:
Fine, dry and warm across many parts of the UK on Friday, although occasional rain will affect the far northwest. The fine, dry and warm weather could hang on in the far southeast of the country until the end of next weekend, but otherwise turning more unsettled with rain, perhaps heavy and thundery, spreading slowly and erratically east. This then heralds a change to a more unsettled interlude next week, with bands of rain and showers affecting most parts at times. However, the heaviest and more frequent spells of rain will tend to be in the northwest, with southern and eastern parts of the UK still having some spells of dry, bright and warm weather.
UK Outlook for Monday 20 Jul 2015 to Monday 3 Aug 2015:
For the rest of July and into the early part of August the pattern of warm, dry spells interspersed with relatively short-lived more unsettled spells of weather, which has dominated so far this summer, is most likely to continue. Frequent spells of rain and showers are most probable in the north and west, with a good deal of fine, dry weather likely further south and east. Overall temperatures are likely to be on the warm side of average and there could be occasional spells of hot weather, especially in the south and east. Generally probably drier than average for many parts of the UK, but there is still a risk of some heavy showers or thunderstorms, especially in the warmer spells of weather.
Updated at: 1240 on Sun 05 Jul 2015
Location: 50.8404, -0.1379
Altitude: 54m above mean sea level