BBC Weather: Heavy rain and thunder to hit parts of UK
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BBC Breakfast’s meteorologist Matt Taylor warned viewers of lashings of rain that is forecast to batter the south coast through Sunday and into next week as an area of low pressure arrives in the UK. Despite the rain in the south, northern areas will remain dry and temperatures will stay in the early twenties. Next week will see more mixed weather as the weather front pushes north covering much of the UK in more rain.
Mr Taylor said: “For many, not a bad Sunday in store.
“Dry, some sunshine, best of which in the North and West.”
But he warned of a washout for much of the South of England as rain is set to batter the region for much of Sunday.
Mr Taylor explained: “An area of low pressure will dominate the weather charts for the next few days.
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“The rain just gets heavier at times, on and off throughout the day, those southernmost counties, even into south Wales could have the odd rumble of thunder.”
Weather on Sunday will see temperatures remain warm for much of the UK.
It will be 22 degrees in London, 21 in Liverpool, 21 in Edinburgh, 20 in Cardiff, 19 in Belfast and 17 in Aberdeen.
He added that rain will come and go through Sunday afternoon and overnight as the weather front pushes North bring thunder and rain to other areas of England and Wales.
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He added: “There will be a fair bit of cloud around on Monday, there will be some interruptions, there will be some showers.
“But some drier and brighter moments too.
“Through Monday some of the wetter conditions, to begin with, will be through the Midlands, Wales and southwest.
“Then we will see some heavy and thundery showers break out again across some southern parts of England and Wales later.”
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Monday will see highs of 22 degrees in London, 22 in Edinburgh, 20 in Liverpool and 18 in Plymouth.
Mr Taylor added there will be some “heavy thundery showers” through Monday evening and into Tuesday across the south.
“For Scotland, Northern Ireland and much of Northern England it will be a day of sunny spells and as I said it will feel quite warm up there.”
Next week will see a lot of mixed weather with more rain forecast to lash the south while sunshine and warm weather expected for northern areas.
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