BBC Weather forecasts sunshine and cooling temperatures
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The UK’s sunny weather is set to continue for most of the country today as some Brits especially in the North West will bask in gorgeous 17-degree heat later today. But while it is mostly sunny through the day it will feel a little cooler for some of us particularly across England and Wales as Sunday evening draws in. Top temperatures will be 17 degrees in Liverpool, 17 in Glasgow, 16 in Cardiff and 13 in London later on Sunday afternoon. Next week will see some good weather continue but rain in will arrive for Northern areas and temperatures will begin to fall below what they have been so far.
BBC’s Ben Rich said Sunday will be: “Mostly sunny through the day but it will feel a little cooler for some of us particularly across England and Wales.
“High pressure still in charge but the flow of winds around this area of high pressure will be drawing some quite cool air in particularly across England and Wales.”
He added there will be brisk winds across southern areas and into the Channel Islands as well.
Adding: “Most of us starting off with some sunshine, there are a few patches of cloud around, a bit of mistiness here and there.”
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High cloud will turn sunshine hazy across parts of Scotland which could come down into Northern Ireland and Northern England.
And an area of cloud will hit parts of the Midlands later on Sunday.
The forecaster added: “Strong winds down towards the south, particularly gusty for the South and South West coast which will see winds of up to 18 miles per hour.”
Cool winds are also expected for the North Sea coast later on Sunday.
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The highest temperatures later on Sunday will be in the West of the Country.
It will be 17 degrees in Liverpool, 17 in Glasgow, 16 in Cardiff and 13 in London later on Sunday afternoon.
Overnight into Monday morning will be “largely dry, quite a lot of cloud spreading in across England and Wales and also into the North of Scotland.”
From Monday heavy rain will fall in Northern Scotland, Northern Ireland and could get into Northern England before making its way southwards as Tuesday arrives.
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Monday will see temperatures of 13 degrees in Plymouth, 16 in Liverpool, 15 in Newcastle and 12 in London.
Tuesday could see the “odd heavy downpour in places”.
Later on Tuesday top temperatures will be 16 degrees in London, 13 in Birmingham, 11 in Glasgow and 7 in Aberdeen.
For the rest of the week, Wednesday and Thursday will see temperatures fall across England and “turn quite wintry” for most of us as temperatures plummet for Brits after a spell of warm weather.
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