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Here is your Thursday forecast....
A bright start this morning across northern England, north-west Wales, eastern Scotland and Ireland. However, elsewhere will be cloudy with spells of rain for central and south-western parts of England and Wales and showers across the majority of Scotland and Ireland. The winds will be very strong for north-west Scotland as well, with gusts up to 70mph possible first thing. Through this afternoon the rain over central and southern parts of the UK will slowly clear south-eastwards so England and Wales should have a dry and sunny end to the day. But Scotland and Ireland will continue to experience blustery showers spreading eastwards, and perhaps a few for northern England and Wales as well. Some of the showers will be heavy and thundery, mainly over western Scotland, but the winds should ease through today. Top temperatures of 15-20°C, that's 59-68°F. 
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Here is your Friday & weekend forecast.....
Intense thundery downpours this morning, with the risk of lightning as well across central and eastern parts of the UK. The rain will be slow moving, so flash flooding could pose problems on the roads for commuters this morning. Elsewhere across western Scotland, Wales, western England and Ireland it will be a largely dry and bright start although a there will be a few sharp showers. The heavy rain will gradually spread eastwards through this afternoon, eventually clearing from eastern Scotland where it'll brighten up, as will the Midlands and central England. However, the thundery downpours will likely linger across parts of Lincolnshire, East Anglia and the south-east, which may cause some disruption during this evenings rush hour. Feeling noticeably fresher than recent days, with top temperatures of 22°C, that's 72°F.
Tonight the heavy rain will mostly clear away from eastern England, but will retract back westwards by the early hours with patchy rain and cloudy skies.The rest of the UK will be fine and clear, however patches of mist and fog will develop, especially across western areas.
Tomorrow will be a largely dry day with some sunny spells across the north and west. However, central and eastern parts of England will be rather cloudy with some outbreaks of light rain and drizzle.
Sunday will see a band of cloud and rain spread to Ireland and western Scotland. Elsewhere across England, Wales and eastern Scotland it’ll be a mainly fine and dry day. 
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Nz waz proving difficult to coax from her nest.

She wasn't the slightest bit impressed.

This silky haired raven was worthy of any man's attention.

Recently though she was more like a magpie with a cold weather front developing over her system.

It was a less than optimistic situation.

Though her forecasts were of the highest pedigree.

:-))
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Here is your Sunday forecast....
A sunny start over central and eastern areas of the UK. The west and Ireland will cloudier but still bright, however there will be some showers over north-west Scotland. Through this afternoon it'll stay largely dry and sunny for England and Wales, especially across central-southern and eastern areas. Ireland and Scotland will see cloudier skies and it’ll become windy too, with spells of rain to the far west of these areas. Northern England, Wales and the south-west will become cloudy before the end of today as well, but staying dry. Cool again today, with top temperatures of 18-22°C, that's 64-72°F. 
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Here is your Tuesday forecast....
Cloudy and murky with drizzle for many areas this morning and patchy light rain across parts of Scotland and Ireland. This afternoon the rain over north-west Scotland will clear to the south, therefore north-east Scotland will become drier and brighter. However, Ireland will continue to see some light rain that may also edge into north-west England. The rest of England and Wales will remain predominately cloudy, although there will be some bright or sunny spells at times and it should be mainly dry. Another warm and humid day, with top temperatures of 25°C, that's 77°F. 
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Here is your Monday forecast....
Cloudy for the majority of the UK and Ireland this morning, with outbreaks of patchy rain and drizzle, especially across England, Wales, Northern Ireland and western Scotland. It'll brighten up a bit through this afternoon, mainly across central and eastern areas, and at the same time it'll become drier too. However, the west of the UK and Ireland will continue to see patchy light rain and drizzle. A warm and rather humid day, with top temperatures of 23°C, that's 73°F. 
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Here is your Wednesday forecast....
Central-southern and eastern England as well as eastern Scotland will start off mainly dry with sunny spells today. However, elsewhere will be cloudy this morning, with outbreaks of rain across Wales, northern England, the south-west and southern Scotland. Western Ireland and north-west Scotland will experience some showers as well. This afternoon the rain over northern and western Britain will slowly move south-eastwards, tending to fizzle away as it does, and bringing nothing more than cloudy skies for southern and eastern England later. At the same time, the rest of England and Wales will brighten up, as will Ireland, but most of Scotland will continue cloudy this afternoon with showers. Top temperatures of 20-25°C, that's 68-77°F. 
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Here is your Monday forecast....
Cloudy across England and Wales this morning with patchy rain for north-east England, the Midlands, Wales and the south-west. Elsewhere across Scotland and Ireland it'll be a largely dry and bright start to today, but also chilly. This afternoon the rain will slowly spread south-eastwards to parts of Lincolnshire, central England and eventually East Anglia and the south-east. Scotland and Ireland will continue to experience spells of sunshine and eventually northern England and Wales should brighten up. Top temperatures today of 17-20°C, that's 63-68°F.
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Here is your Thursday forecast....
Patches of mist and fog for most places this morning, but eventually they should lift and clear, revealing some sunshine over central and southern parts of England and Wales. Elsewhere will be rather cloudy with showery rain across western Ireland and Scotland. By this afternoon northern England and eastern Scotland will see some sunny spells develop as well, along with the rest of England and Wales, although North Sea facing coasts may stay murky and cool all day. Western Scotland and Ireland will continue cloudy with the showery rain slowly spreading eastwards across these areas. At the same time some thunderstorms are likely to break out across the West Country, central-southern England and possibly to the east too with some torrential downpours. Another hot day in the south, with top temperatures of 30°C (86°F) and up to 23°C (73°F) for the north and west. 
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Yesterday saw the highest temperature of the year so far with 34.4°C (94°F) recorded in Gravesend, Kent. It was also the highest September temperature since 1911.
Today will be another hot and humid day for many areas. This morning will begin will spells of sunshine for the majority of England and Wales, although the north-east will be cloudy and the south-west will have some thundery downpours. Scotland and Ireland will begin today cloudy with some showery rain as well, especially heavy across north-east Scotland. This afternoon south-west England will become drier as the heavy rain there will spread northwards to southern and western Ireland. At the same time the thundery downpours across north-east Scotland should clear away, leaving it mainly dry there this afternoon, but still cloudy. Ireland and north-east England will remain cloudy as well, but the rest of England and Wales will be dry and sunny, although a couple of thunderstorms may break out across some central and western areas. Top temperatures today of 20°C (68°F) for Scotland and Ireland and up to 30°C (86°F) for England and Wales.
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Thank you Nazaneen 😎😚😊😉💘 xxxx
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Here is your Saturday forecast....
Outbreaks of rain this morning across parts of the Midlands, western England, south-east Wales, central-southern and eastern England. Elsewhere will begin today largely dry, with sunny spells for the far north of England, Scotland and Ireland. Through this afternoon the rain will slowly become confined to East Anglia and south-east England where it'll remain damp for the rest of today. However, the rest of England and Wales will become drier and brighter and the sunshine will continue for Scotland and Ireland as well, although a few showers are likely across the west of these areas. Top temperatures of 18-22°C, that's 64-72°F. 
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Thank you Nazaneen 😎😉😚😊💖 xxxx
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Here is your Friday & weekend forecast....
Most places will start off cloudy this morning with spells of rain across England and Wales, and showers over the north-west of Scotland and Ireland. Through this afternoon the patchy rain will become increasingly confined to southern and south-eastern England, and at the same time northern England, Wales and eventually the south-west should brighten up. The showers across Scotland and Ireland will become more widespread in between sunny spells. Some of which are likely to be heavy, especially for western Scotland. Top temperatures of 19-22°C, that's 66-72°F.
Tonight most places will become dry and clear, except for showers continuing over the north-west, and by the early hours heavy rain will spread to southern Ireland and south-west England.
Saturday, after a mostly dry start, it'll become increasingly wet and windy as bands of heavy rain and strong winds will spread eastwards across Ireland, England and Wales. Scotland will experience showers again, mainly to the north-west, where they will be heavy and thundery at times.
Sunday will be a drier day overall with some sunshine across the west, but eastern areas will be cloudier with a few showers likely. 
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Here is the rest of your Bank Holiday weekend weather....
Intense thundery downpours this morning over the north of Wales and northern England, which could lead to localised flooding. There will also be heavy showers across northern Scotland and light rain for the rest of Wales and south-west England. Through this afternoon the showers will have eased a little, but they will still continue to spread eastwards across Britain with some thundery outbreaks likely. However Northern Ireland and the Republic will have a mainly dry day with bright spells and eventually Wales and the south-west will experience some late sunshine. A cooler day than recently, with highs of 19-23°C, that's 66-73°F.
Tomorrow will be a fine and largely dry Bank Holiday Monday for most of Britain with sunny spells, although a few showers are possible for northern Scotland and south-east England. On the other hand Ireland will have a cloudy day with patchy light rain spreading eastwards, reaching western Scotland later.
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Weather Presenter for Sky News. Ex BBC/ITV Weather Presenter. These views are mine only.
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