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UK Forecast - August 19, 2017
Heavy rain sliding SE
Dry in the north

Sunday
Any early mist patches soon disperse with lighter winds across Britain today. Lots of increasingly warm sunshine is expected for many areas today and generally it stays dry. The exception being Wales and the south west of England where cloud thickens this morning to bring spells of rain for the afternoon. The rain is expected to be heavy across the south of Wales. Expect maximum temperatures of 18 to 21 Celsius.


Sunday Night
In the evening that area of moderate to heavy rain across Wales and the south west tends to slide in across The Midlands into the south east of England. Fine and dry across the rest of Britain. Overnight lighter rain to come across Wales, The Midlands and south east. Elsewhere it's expected to stay dry. Expect minimum temperatures of 10 to 16 Celsius.


Monday
A rather cloudy day with any residual rain across the south east soon clearing away. During the day another area of rain is expected to affect Northern Ireland, northern parts of England and much of Scotland. The rain is to affect Northern Ireland and Scotland in the evening. This clears Northern Ireland by night but lingers across northern Scotland. Mainly dry across England and Wales with some low cloud and mist patches by morning. Expect highs of 17 to 22 Celsius.


Tuesday
Much warmer across England and Wales today. An area of persistent and heavy rain tends to linger across Northern Ireland and Scotland for much of the day. Apart from a few scattered showers across northern England, it should be fine and dry with sunny spells. A number of showers persist across northern parts of England into the evening. Rain across Scotland and Northern Ireland also tends to clear away in the evening. Expect highs of 17 to 27 Celsius.