UK weather today: Thunderstorms to spoil Bank Holiday for some but other parts will get 19C sun, Met Office says | The Sun

THUNDERSTORMS are expected to leave the Bank Holiday a washout for some parts of the UK, according to forecasters.

Showers are expected in the North and Eastern parts of the UK today, but some areas will be lucky enough to still see sunshine.

Marco Petagna, meteorologist from The Met Office, said: "The focus for showers on Monday will be more out towards central and eastern parts of England with some heavy and thundery ones."

He added that a "northerly breeze" into Scotland with "more cloud and showers" would spread in from the North and across the mainland.

However it is not bad news for everyone, as some parts of the country are expected to still see a little sunshine.

The forecaster continued: "The best of the sunshine on Monday will be out towards the west and south west."

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And he said it would be a "much better day than on Sunday across Northern Ireland, Wales and the south west of England."

Temperatures are expected to peak at 19C in London, while cooler temperatures of around 14C will be seen in northern eastern parts of the country.

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Monday evening will see showers persist in the north and east of the UK, but the west and central parts of the country will have a dry night.

Tuesday will bring more settled weather across the country as a whole with plenty of sunshine around most parts, with just a bit of patchy cloud.

Some showers will remain for Scotland and the eastern part of the UK, and temperatures will be slightly cooler with 17C in London and 10C in Scotland and the north.

And there is expected to be a "downturn in the weather" towards the latter end of the week, with "wet and windy weather trying to push in from the south west".

This comes after Brits soaked up the sun over the weekend as the temperature hit 20C in some parts of the country.

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