UK weather forecast: Britain braced for HEAVY SHOWERS and THUNDERSTORMS

UK weather forecast: Britain braced for HEAVY SHOWERS and THUNDERSTORMS

The southeast of the country will see the most rain as Wednesday begins while the rest of the country can expect showers as the late afternoon arrives. The Met office’s Alex Deakin said: “Many places having a fine and bright Wednesday morning but a little bit colder than Tuesday morning and its not dry everywhere. “Some downpours across the southeast and east anglia area with some pretty miserable travelling conditions around the M25 and up through the M11.

“Elsewhere for many, it is a little bit colder than Tuesday morning but overall dry and bright.

“The odd shower in northwest Wales and northwest England and a few showers creeping into western Scotland.

“The showers in the east in the morning will take a while to scoot away from East Anglia and the southeast and a few thunderstorms are possible.

“Most of the day will be dry and fine over the east midlands and north-east England and eastern parts of Scotland.”

Further west the showers will develop into Wales by lunchtime and becoming more widespread across the west throughout the afternoon.

Temperatures will be colder than Tuesday with most places remaining in single digits at around 6 and 7 degrees however some of the southern areas may see highs of 10.

Showers will become more widespread in the evening and develop more into the Midlands.

The Meteorologist continued: “There is low pressure dominating to the north-west of Ireland and that will keep the showers into Thursday morning.

“Some of the showers can be quite heavy with the risk of thunder in places.

“The showers will be most frequent through the morning and they could crop up almost anywhere.

“But by the time we get to Thursday afternoon, the showers will become more confident to Northern Ireland and western Scotland.”

Although Thursday afternoon and evening is likely to remain dry for most areas this is ahead of another weather system that will bring heavy rain and cloud.

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