It seems the dry weather we’ve seen across large parts of the country will give way to more unsettled and wetter conditions as we go through Thursday (August 5).
A Met Office yellow weather warning is in force for the whole of Northern Ireland, with the possibility of disruption and flooding to some areas as the thunderstorms move in.
Tighter isobars will mean the winds will pick up too – adding to the damp conditions in many parts, with the rain only gradually moving off the scene into the night.
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Are you looking for a more detailed weather picture for the next day? Well, we have a morning, afternoon and evening forecast for the whole of the UK.
All of the following predictions are courtesy of the Met Office.
What is the UK weather forecast?
Rain from the west will move in as we go through Thursday morning, with torrential downpours a feature for most of Northern Ireland, north-western England and parts of central England.
It will gradually move into north-east England and southern Scotland as the day progresses, only slowly shifting off the scene into the evening.
Wales and southern England will remain largely dry in the early part of the day, but even here you could see some sharp showers as the day goes on.
Here’s the full breakdown.
Heavy rain will move in to Northern Ireland, north-west England and parts of central England as the morning kicks in. Elsewhere, conditions will be largely dry for most of the early part of the day.
Because of the cloud cover from the rain, temperatures will remain quite mild in the morning, with a maximum temperature of 14°C in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Expect highs of around 12°C in Scotland.
Rain from the west will gradually move eastwards as the afternoon goes on, moving into parts of eastern England, East Anglia and south-eastern England.
Here, you can expect heavy pulses of rain before it moves off the scene in the latter stages of the day.
There will also be some sharp showers in Wales, with some torrential downpours as the afternoon goes on.
The top temperature will be 21°C in eastern England, southern England and East Anglia. Elsewhere in England, the mercury should reach around 19°C.
Expect highs of 19°C in Wales, 18°C in Scotland and 17°C in Northern Ireland.
Heavy rain will affect just about everywhere in the evening, before moving off the scene in the latter stages of the night.
Temperatures will remain quite mild under the cloud cover that is expected following the rainfall.
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