BBC Weather: Britons warned of ‘wet start’ to week as thundery showers to hit UK

BBC Weather: Thundery rain forecast across UK

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Matt Taylor discussed the latest UK weather maps on BBC Breakfast on Monday and showed which parts of Britain will see thundery showers across the day. The meteorologist warned that most of the rain will develop in northeast England and move northwards, with southern England escaping the downpour.

Mr Taylor told BBC Breakfast: “There will be a few thunderstorms around the day.

“So, see a few thundery isolated heavy showers across some southern areas.

“The bulk of the rain is in northeast England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.”

He added: “Pretty wet to start to your new week.

“That rain will be pushing its way northwards.

“Still some heavy bursts in Northern Ireland before things improve later.

“And still some rain in Northern England.

“But again, it will be generally improving for much of England and Wales.”

The weatherman continued: “Maybe some heavy showers in Northern Ireland and also Northern England with showers around this afternoon – some of them thundery.

“Central and southern parts of England and Wales, fewer showers there and a better chance of staying dry.

“Temperatures 22 or 23.

“Drier weather conditions across much of Scotland, Wales and England on Tuesday.

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“Tomorrow, clouds across western, rain becoming heavier later in the day in Northern Ireland.

“Much of Scotland, England, eastern Wales, a dry day and not only the warmest day of the week but of the year so far.

“Up to 26 degrees in the southeastern corner.”

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