Most parts of the country will see heavy rain on Wednesday and Thursday, according to the Met Office.
However, there is a chance of dry weather this weekend, especially in the south of England.
“Early cloud and rain in the north and west will give way to brighter weather in the afternoon,” according to the Met Office, “while showers, heavy at times, break out over eastern, central, and southern England.”
“Mainly fine and rather warm Thursday, though some rain for northern and possibly western areas,” the forecast said for Thursday through Saturday.
“A band of heavy rain moves southeast across the United Kingdom on Friday, followed by settled weather.”
On Wednesday, conditions are expected to be wetter in the south, but temperatures are expected to stay warm.
“A wet morning with light and patchy rain in London,” says the forecast. In the afternoon, there will be sunny spells and scattered showers, some of which will be heavy and thundery, with the possibility of hail.
“It’s wаrmer thаn it’s been in the lаst few dаys.” “The highest temperаture recorded wаs 18 degrees Celsius.”
In the coming week, expect а mix of sunshine аnd showers, with wetter conditions possible in the north.
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