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It will be a wet and windy day across the northeast of the British Isles, with some hill fog and with gales affecting Shetland.
Northern Ireland and much of northern England will be fine with some sunny spells, whilst southern England and Wales can expect sunny spells and heavy showers.
Some of the showers are likely to turn thundery, with a risk of locally torrential downpours developing.
It will generally feel warm and quite humid with a top temperature of 19 Celsius (66F).
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Wet weather across central areas will move north through the day with the rain turning heavy at times.
Drier conditions will follow but with locally heavy showers developing and there is the threat of another period of more persistent rain developing across south-eastern England.
It will be windy for all parts, with gales in exposed western areas for a time.
Top temperature 19 Celsius (66F).
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