Met Office forecast: Heavy rain and thunder to batter next week – maps turn blue
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The Met Office has forecast outbreaks of rain across the UK before a new wet weather front sets in the new week. Things look to be unsettled across the nation with some lucky parts of the country avoiding heavy outbursts of rain. Here’s the latest forecast for next week.
Heavy rain and thunderstorms have been predicted to blast the UK next week.
Despite the rain set to batter much of the country temperatures are predicted to remain warm.
Latest forecasts say there will be outbreaks of thunderstorms and hail.
But, for some lucky parts of the country, they may manage to avoid the wet weather.
The Met Office has issued yellow thunderstorm warnings in the north of England and parts of Scotland for Sunday night.
There are currently no weather warnings from Monday onwards.
The band of long wet weather is forecast to start on Monday in the north with brighter spells giving way to prolonged heavy showers.
Elsewhere in the UK sunny spells will be mixed with scattered showers before the wet weather and wind firmly set into southern parts later on in the day.
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From Tuesday to Thursday the Met Office has forecast a mixed picture.
The weather will generally be unsettled, especially in the middle of the week on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Most areas will see a combination of sunny spells and long showers.
Generally, more rain is expected over England on Tuesday than other parts of the UK and winds are forecast to affect Southern England.
When will this unsettled weather end?
Thankfully later on in the week conditions are set to become more settled.
From Friday a settled regime will likely be in place across much of the country.
Drier and warmer weather is forecast to develop from the West.
There is a potential threat of some rain spells and a few showers in Northern England.
But, conditions should generally be far more settled than at the start of the week.
As we moved into next week the Met Office has forecast finer weather.
Conditions should become drier and warmer with temperatures rising next week.
Some parts of the south could potentially become very warm.
Despite the rain, winds throughout the week are set to remain light across the UK.
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