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Rain in the north. Mixed Bank Holiday weekend

Rain and puddle

Scotland, Northern Ireland and Northern England will have showery outbreaks of rain today. Some of these will be heavy at times. There will also be some drier interludes. Further south there could be a few showers, but most places will stay dry. After a sunny morning it will tend to cloud up this afternoon. Temperatures well below average with a maximum of 19c (66f) in the south, but just 12c for parts of Scotland.

Overnight we'll find cloud and increasingly patchy rain moving down across England and Wales, with clearer skies and one or two showers for Scotland. Friday will have showers across England and Wales in the morning, becoming increasingly confined to the eastern side by afternoon. Drier with sunny spells for Ireland and Scotland. Temps between 12-19c.

More showers seem likely in the east on Saturday, but many places will stay dry with sunny spells. Sunday looks the best of the Bank Holiday Weekend with nearly all places dry with sunny spells, though rain will come into Ireland later and this heralds the change to a dull and wet Bank Holiday Monday for many of us.

Gavin Partridge. 21/8/14. 9:37

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