BBC Weather: ‘Considerable’ temperature drop as cold front and thunderstorms strike

BBC Weather: UK set for cool conditions and 'sharp showers'

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The BBC weatherwoman warned temperatures are going to be “down considerably” on the record sunshine that Britons enjoyed last weekend. Ms Lear also informed BBC Breakfast viewers where to head to enjoy the dry spots amid a wet weather front moving up from the south. The meteorologist said: “Well it is Father’s Day will you be able to get out and enjoy it, that is the question.

“With an easterly breeze starting to develop temperatures are going to be down considerably today.

“That said there will be a good deal of dry weather around once we have got rid of this nuisance front.

“It has been bringing some rain, some of it heavy, through the night and even some thunderstorms.

“But they are starting to ease away.

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Ms Lear continued: “The rain just pivots across the Pennines down into Northern England and North Wales as well.

“But it will ease off into the North Sea, quite a lot of cloud and drizzly murky start for many.

“But hopefully improving into the afternoon.

“For Scotland and Northern Ireland, there is a greater chance of starting the day with some sunshine coming through.”

BBC Weather: UK set for cooler and dry conditions

“But also a few sharp showers developing stretching across the Scottish borders into Northern Ireland,” added the weather presenter.

“The breeze will actually pick up even further of Monday but it will be a noticeable difference to the weather on the exposed east coast.

“Perhaps the highest values through this afternoon still likely to be 22 degrees in the London area.

“If the sunshine comes through.”

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Ms Lear added: “We keep the risk of some showers into southwest Scotland overnight.

“But at the same time, a weather front will bring some rain, some of it turning quite heavy once again across the south coast of England”

“Temperatures will by an large hold up into double figures.

“It is this low pressure that is going to keep us on our toes for tomorrow, it will bring the heaviest of the rain across northern France to the Low Countries, but there is the potential just on the northern edge that we will continue to see some wet weather.”

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