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Here is your Friday forecast....
A mainly dry and sunny start across the majority of England, Wales and eastern Ireland. However, Scotland and western Ireland will be cloudy with showers and a few showers are possible for the far east of England first thing as well. Through this afternoon the showers will continue across Scotland, mainly to the north-west, but Ireland should become drier and brighter. England and Wales will also stay fine and sunny and still very warm, although not as hot as recent days with temperatures up to 27°C (81°F). Scotland and Ireland will feel fresher though with a high of just 19°C (66°F).
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Here is your Friday & weekend forecast....
A sunny start for most places this morning and mainly dry, with just a few showers across the north-west and a little cloud for north-east England and Scotland. However, through this afternoon showers will develop more widely across Scotland and a few may crop up across parts of Wales, north-west England and the Midlands. But generally for the vast majority of the UK and Ireland it should be a dry and sunny afternoon. Lighter winds than recent days as well, so feeling warm in the sunshine with top temperatures of 19-24°C, that’s 66-75°F.
Tomorrow showery rain looks to spread across Scotland and Ireland but England and Wales should remain dry with sunshine and quite hot in the south-east.
Sunday will be windy across northern areas with some rain for the north-east. Elsewhere should be dry and warm again with sunny spells.
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Here is your Sunday forecast....
A fine and sunny start for most of central and eastern England, but elsewhere will begin today cloudy. There will also be some showers already across north-west Scotland, western Ireland and maybe a few across the south-east. Through this afternoon the showers across the north-west will become more widespread, over to the rest of Scotland and Ireland, as well as northern England, Wales and the south-west. Elsewhere across most of the Midlands, central-southern and eastern England it should be fine and dry through this afternoon. However, later the odd shower or two is possible across these areas as well. Top temperatures of 18-23°C, that's 64-73°F.
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Naz, just need to know if I need to water plants in pots and planters - usually do it at11pm
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Here is your Friday & weekend forecast....
Cloudy for the majority of places this morning with showers over western Britain and also some light rain and drizzle for the north-east of England, the east Midlands and parts of the south-east. However, before this afternoon the rain should clear from eastern England and the showers over western Britain will tend to become lighter through the day. At the same time most of England, Wales and southern Scotland should brighten up but some heavy and thundery showers are also likely, mostly over England and Wales later. Ireland will stay predominately cloudy all day with a few light showers. Still feeling warm, with top temperatures of 22-26°C, that's 72-79°F.

Tonight will be largely dry and settled for most of the UK with long clear spells. However, northern Scotland will be cloudier and some areas of mist and low cloud will form over western areas as rain spreads to Ireland by dawn.

Tomorrow England and Wales will have a mainly dry, warm and sunny day, although a few showers are expected to the north. On the other hand, Scotland and Ireland will be largely cloudy with spells of rain moving in from the west.

Sunday will see rain spreading eastwards across the UK and Ireland, heaviest and most persistent across the north. It'll remain warm all weekend, especially so in the south with temperatures up to 27°C (81°F).
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Good Morning and thank you Beaufiful Nazaneen 😎😚😉😊🙊💋💋💋💋💞💝💘💗💖 xxxx
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Here is your Wednesday forecast....
A sunny, warm and dry start over central-southern and eastern parts of England this morning, but elsewhere will be cloudy with intense thundery rain across eastern Ireland, north-west Wales, northern England and parts of Scotland. The thunderstorms will continue to push north-eastwards through this afternoon, clearing from most of Ireland and Wales by midday, but torrential downpours, bringing large hail, gusty winds, high rainfall totals and frequent lightning are still likely over northern England and Scotland through the early part of this afternoon. Rainfall amounts could exceed 50mm in places and therefore lead to localised flooding. By this evening northern England and most of Scotland will become drier, except for the far north-east. Another hot day, with temperatures up to 31°C, that's 88°F.
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Here is your Tuesday forecast....
Bright for most places this morning, although central and south-western parts of England and Wales will be rather cloudy with an area of thundery showers over most of Wales, south-west England and into the Midlands. The west of Ireland and Scotland will also have some showers, but elsewhere will begin today mainly dry. Through this afternoon the showers will spread across the rest of the Midlands, central-southern and eastern England where further intense thunderstorms are likely with the risk of lightning. At the same time the showers over western Ireland will become more widespread there and the north and west of Scotland will also continue to see a few light showers. However, before the end of today northern and western parts of England and Wales should become drier and brighter. Temperatures slightly below average for the time of year, with highs of 17-20°C, that's 63-68°F.
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Here is your Tuesday forecast....
Cloudy this morning with outbreaks of rain across parts of Ireland, north-west England and Scotland, with the heaviest downpours across the west of these areas. However, the rest of England as well as Wales will begin today dry and bright. By this afternoon northern England should also brighten up and become drier, but rain and cloudy skies will continue to affect Scotland and Ireland, although the downpours should tend to ease. For the bulk of Wales, the Midlands and central-southern England it'll be a very warm day, in fact the south-east will be hot with temperatures close to 30°C (86°F). A cool day for Scotland and Ireland though, with highs of only 18°C (64°F).
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Here is your Wednesday forecast....
A cloudy and windy morning over the north and west of the UK and Ireland this morning, with showery spells of rain for Ireland, northern England and south-west Scotland and heavier outbreaks for the far north-east of Britain. However, the majority of England and Wales will begin today largely fine and dry, although some scattered showers are likely first thing. Through this afternoon the heavy rain will eventually clear from the north-east of Scotland, but the rain over Ireland and southern Scotland will continue to spread north and eastwards with persistent and locally thundery downpours, especially for northern Scotland by this evening. Parts of northern England and Wales will also continue to see showery rain spread in from the west with strengthening winds later, but central-southern and eastern England should stay fine and sunny. Top temperatures of 20-24°C, that's 68-75°F.
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Here is your Saturday forecast....
Northern England, Wales, the Midlands, central and south-western parts of England will begin today sunny, but the rest of the UK and Ireland will be rather cloudy this morning. There will also be some showers over north-west Scotland and western Ireland. The showers will become more widespread through this afternoon, over the rest of Scotland and Ireland, as well as to parts of northern England, Wales and the south-west. However, there will be some drier and brighter spells over these areas too, and it should be mainly dry for central-southern and south-eastern parts of England, but a few showers are possible there later. A rather cool day, with top temperatures of 17-24°C, that's 63-75°F.
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Here is your Thursday forecast....
A fine and sunny start this morning over central and eastern parts of Britain. However western areas and Ireland will be cloudy with showery spells of rain over the Republic and some lingering thunderstorms across Shetland and Orkney. By this afternoon the thundery downpours will have mostly cleared from the Northern Isles, but at the same time central and eastern areas will become cloudy from the west, with a few showers breaking out, mainly over northern England, north-east Scotland, Wales and the south-west. The showery rain will continue across Ireland as well with some heavy downpours that will eventually edge to western Wales. A cooler day than recently, but still feeling warm in the hazy sunshine and temperatures up to 26°C, that's 79°F.
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Thank you Nazaneen 😎😚😋😍😉🙊💋💋💋💋💝💘💗💗 xxxx
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Here is your Sunday forecast....
Cloudy for most places this morning, except across northern England where there will be bright skies. Showery rain across southern Scotland as well, and a little drizzle for Wales and southern Ireland. However, through this afternoon the sunshine across the north of England will extend to most of Ireland, England and eastern Wales, where it'll be warm and humid too. Meanwhile, southern Ireland, western Wales and the majority of Scotland will stay cloudy with showery rain, mostly across the north-west of the UK. Another very warm day in the south, with highs of 28°C (82°F) but cooler in the north at up to 18°C (64°F).
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Here is your Monday forecast....
Cloudy this morning with showery spells of rain for most of the UK and Ireland. Some heavy outbreaks are likely, especially for northern England and the north of Wales. However, through this afternoon the showery rain should tend to ease and at the same time some sunny spells will develop across England, Wales and Ireland. But Scotland will stay rather grey with light rain over the north-west and some showers are still likely over central, southern and eastern parts of the UK later, where they could be thundery. Another breezy day, but warm with top temperatures of 19-22°C, that's 66-72°F.
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Weather Presenter for Sky News. Ex BBC/ITV Weather Presenter. These views are mine only.
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  • Tunbridge Wells Girls Grammar School
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