Issued: 0530hrs Tuesday 3rd August 2021
Duty forecaster: Garry Nicholson
Murky in far northwest
Most places will have a dry and bright day today, but once again there will be a risk of localied showers, some of these heavy with a risk of thunder.
Not everywhere will see showers by any means, but the areas at greatest risk include central parts of England, across into East Yorkshire plus along the spine of the southwest peninsula of Devon and Cornwall. Central and eastern Scotland also may see isolated sharp showers.
A front draped into western coasts of Scotland brings murky conditions with low cloud and drizzly rain to the western Highlands and islands.
Today's top temperatures will reach 19 to 22C, generally warmest for the East Midlands and inland across East Anglia.
Have a great day.