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Uncertainty over the weather for the May Bank Holiday weekend



The Met Office has said there remains uncertainty over the weather this May Bank Holiday weekend.

Forecasters have said that various computer models are disagreeing over the tracking of an areas of low pressure across southern UK, which could possibly see the worst weather.

An area of low pressure over central Europe is pushing a plume of warm air from the east to parts of the UK, this will cause heavy showers and thunderstorms on Thursday.

There is a national severe weather warning in place for thunderstorms over central England and parts of Wales, until midnight.

Friday will remain with unsettled rain or showers for some parts with a risk of thunderstorms.

Deputy Chief Meteorologist Mark Sidaway said, “There continues to be uncertainty around the track of a low-pressure system which is expected to cross the southern UK this weekend, meaning there is some uncertainty about some of the forecast details.

“While it will remain unsettled with further showers or longer spells of rain, all areas should see some drier conditions at some point and, in any sunshine, it should feel quite warm.

“But for the exact details for your area stay up to date with forecast over the coming days.”

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