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The flood gates have been opened for low pressures to march across the country, bringing wind and rain into next week.
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Tomorrow will be cloudy and chilly in the east, while Wales and the West Country will have some intense showers. The best temperatures will be in the north-west.
There is a dry night ahead for most of us. It's not quite as cold as last night, but it will remain chilly in many places.
Most of us have had a fine and bright start to the day but showers in the west will sweep into central and eastern counties. The showers will be heavy, and with just a light breeze, some prolonged, thundery downpours are possible.
Where it stays dry, some sunshine, especially around coastal regions. The showers might take a while to ease this evening but for most of us a fine end to the day with late, low sunshine.
Here's ITV Weather Presenter Becky Mantin with the latest forecast:
More murky conditions on the way with cloud and rain across many areas. There are some brighter areas in western areas, but with showers never far away.
Becky Mantin has the full forecast:
A soaking wet start to the afternoon across much of the UK with substantial rain fall expected.
Winds will whip up and the blossom will be blown from the trees - if it hasn't already.
There'll be strong gusts and gales for both ends of the country - southern coasts of England as well as northern Scotland.
Like today there'll be blustery, intense and prolonged downpours across Scotland, northern England and Northern Ireland with a chance of thunder and possibly hail.
Southern England and Wales will be windy with steady, sometimes heavy rain making for awful commuting conditions.
It'll feel chilly for the time of year but things will improve a little for many of us by Wednesday.
It's disappointingly cool for the time of year and there are more unsettled weather conditions ahead, as the wind whips up to bring blustery showers.