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With the humid air we have currently there is a chance that some showers could turn thundery in the next few days.
But we will finally lose that humid air by Sunday and most of us will get away with a dry weekend.
ITV Weather Presenter Lucy Verasamy has the latest forecast:
It's cloudy, misty and grey for north-eastern England and eastern Scotland today.
For the rest of us it's brighter and feeling warm for mid-September with highs of 25-26C possible, but close and humid.
The warmth and humidity will trigger thundery downpours across the south and south-west today and tonight.
It will be a murky to start for many but brightening up with warm sunny spells as low cloud and mist becomes confined to northeastern Britain. There is a risk of heavy, thundery showers in the south, most likely in the south-west, although many places will stay dry.
The low cloud, mist and fog in the north-east will spread westwards across central parts overnight. The risk of thundery showers persists in southern Britain.
Come tomorrow, there will be scattered heavy, thundery showers across south and central areas. Elsewhere it will be rather cloudy but mostly dry aside from some rain in North Scotland.
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It should be mainly warm and dry this week, although there is a risk of showers in the south later in the week, some of which could be heavy.
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There could be outbreaks of rain in eastern Scotland but the rest of the country should see a fairly pleasant afternoon reaching highs of 25C in the south.
However, tonight mist and fog will return and it could be quite dense locally, although temperatures will remain mild for this time of year.
ITV Weather Presenter Alex Beresford has the latest forecast:
There will be dull and misty conditions across many central and eastern parts at first today. These should become confined to eastern areas through the morning, with some patchy rain and drizzle here.
Many southern and western areas will brighten up slowly and will become warm. There is then the risk of some thundery showers in the far south-west this evening.
Tonight temperatures will be staying remarkably warm for the time of year, although some mist and fog may develop across central and eastern areas.
The sunshine and warmth will be staying with us this week, although there will be increase in the chance of showers as we approach the weekend.