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3-Day forecast for all the UK regions : Watch the latest forecast.

Welcome to the United Kingdom . What do the upcoming days prepare for us? Will we face a summer heat ? Let's check the 3-day forecast for all the UK regions. Probably, you have heard about the latest weather events across Europe. With floods in Slovenia, wildfires in Portugal, a heat in , and landslides in Norway. And what about the UK? Should we be worried about some possible weather disasters? If you want to know more, then check our 3-day forecast for all the UK regions.

Thursday, the tenth of August.

Northern will continue to experience heavy showers, resulting in daily temperatures ranging from 18 to 23 degrees Celsius. Southeast winds will strengthen in Belfast.

Expect pretty cloudy and rainy conditions across Scotland, particularly short-term is possible in Edinburgh and Glasgow. It's advisable to have an umbrella handy.

Cloudy changing to sunny spells across Wales, with some in places. 25 degrees should be the highest figure. Cardiff will experience strengthening southern winds.

Sun will show up above North West England, but a lot of rainy clouds remain. Daily temperatures in Liverpool and Manchester will be around 25 or 26 degrees.

North East England. Heavy showers are fading away and we will see a clear sky developing, many places getting dry. The highest temperature in Newcastle and Sunderland should be 21 or 23 Celsius.

In Yorkshire it may cheer up a little bit, but still the likelihood of some showers, particularly in Hull, and Leeds. Southern winds will be pretty strong, around 10 miles per hour.

Cloudy at times for the West Midlands, but a lot of sunshine as well. Without precipitation. The daily temperature in Stoke-on-Trent, Coventry, and Birmingham stays between 25 to 26 degrees.

What about the East Midlands? There will be some clouds around, but much of the day it will be dry and bright spells. 27 degrees should be the highest figure this Thursday.

Dry and sunny across the East of England. No wonder, that temperatures in Norwich and Cambridge will reach 25 Celsius.

Across the South West England, some spells of are forecasted for Plymouth, with temperatures varying between 20 to 25 degrees.

25 degrees will be the highest figure in South East England as well. Without rain, but cloudy at times in London and Oxford.

UK weather for Friday, the eleventh of August.

Anticipate showers, possibly heavy, in Northern . Staying pretty chilly, the highest temperature of 22 Celsius in Belfast should be considered as an exception.

Persistent rains are on the horizon for Scotland. The people of Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Glasgow will definitely see some summer rain combined with gusty winds.

Rainy conditions will prevail in Wales as well. People of Swansea and Cardiff should better take an umbrella before heading outside.

North West England will be affected by rain, 23 degrees are expected in Liverpool and Manchester. Southwestern winds will strengthen here.

Summer rain will also extend to North East England. Windy in Newcastle and Sunderland, the temperature is up to 23 Celsius.

Yorkshire will experience shifting weather from rainy to sunny spells, with daily temperatures ranging from 23 to 26 degrees in Hull, Sheffield, and Leeds.

Moving to the West Midlands. Birmingham, Stoke-on-Trent, and Coventry will face rain or showers, alongside some periods of brightness. Daily temperatures around 23 degrees.

Some areas across the East Midlands will be affected by rain as well. The people of Northampton and Nottingham will definitely need an umbrella.

A bit warmer weather is predicted for the East of England. The temperature will reach 26 Celsius in Norwich and Cambridge.

Rain will make its way to South West England, keeping temperatures at a pretty low level. 20 degrees in Plymouth, around 22 Celsius in Bournemouth, and Bristol.

South East England will have ongoing showers, accompanied by strong gusts of southwestern wind, reaching 14 miles per hour in London and Oxford.

And finally, Saturday, the twelfth of August.

Rainy weather will persist in Northern . It will get much chillier, the daily temperature will struggle to rise above 20 Celsius.

Scotland will witness rain and showers. Daily temperatures ranging from 18 to 20 degrees Celsius in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Glasgow.

Wales will also witness rainfall, with temperatures struggling to reach 20 degrees Celsius. Southwestern winds will strengthen here.

Showers, some of them - really heavy, will hit North West England. The highest temperature of around 22 Celsius is expected in Liverpool and Manchester.

Sun will show up, but a lot of clouds remain, bringing rainy conditions to North East England. 22 Celsius in Newcastle and Sunderland during the warmest part of the day.

Rainy start to the weekend, across Yorkshire, with some sunshine for Hull, Sheffield, and Leeds. Temperatures vary between 19 to 23 degrees.

Rain will affect the West Midlands, with daily temperatures potentially reaching highs of 20 degrees Celsius in Birmingham and Coventry.

A cloudy, and rainy summer day awaits in the East Midlands. The daily temperature here stays between 20 to 22 degrees Celsius.

Rain is moving into the East of England. A bit brighter weather in Norwich, as a result, the highest temperature in the region. Up to 24 degrees.

Wet weather around South West England, with a scattering of showers. Temperatures in Bournemouth and Bristol will barely approach 20 degrees Celsius.

We will see some bands of rain across South East England. Temperatures should stay between 20 to 23 degrees in London, Oxford, and Southampton.

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