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  1. A slight strengthening of the jet stream will help to push the very warm, humid air away east by Monday. Then it's a mixed week on the way, with southern and eastern regions always best placed for the best of any warmer, sunnier weather. Read the full update here
  2. More warm sunshine today as the summer getaway peaks. Rain moves up from the southwest tomorrow, though. With a mix of rain at times, and sunny spells next week. Read the full update here
  3. Fresher air, and some rain at times affecting northern and western regions this weekend, but still very warm and humid further south and east. Watch the video here
  4. SE Britain will have super Summer weather this weekend but it's a bit more mixed and fresher further north and west. Read the full update here
  5. An exciting week for weather watchers and heat lovers. It's been hot and humid which set off thunderstorms. The rest of the week won't be as extreme. Read the full update here
  6. %u200BThe storms will clear through Wednesday evening, leaving just the southeast of the country still in the warm, humid air. That clears by Thursday though with fresher air in place for all; it'll still feel warm in the sunshine, though. Watch the video here
  7. Thunderstorms, perhaps severe, will spread NE across northern Britain through the day. Largely dry and sunny further south, with just an isolated risk of a storm, hot in the SE again. More comfortable to end the week, though showers on Friday. Read the full update here
  8. Parts of central and southern England could be hotter than Florida today, with 35C (95F) on the cards. Heatwave breaking down into thunderstorms tonight and through Wednesday across northern areas. Fresher for all from Thursday. Read the full update here
  9. The hottest spell of the year so far is upon us with highs of 30-33c expected tomorrow, that's going to lead to thunderstorms and torrential downpours in some regions later tomorrow and into Wednesday though. Watch the video here
  10. Heat and humidity are building resulting in thunderstorms by midweek. The next 2 days will see temperatures widely into the mid to high 20sC and the possibility of 33C, even higher on Tuesday. Read the full update here
  11. Heat building over the next few days, culminating on the the hottest day of the year so far on Tuesday, with 32C (90F) possible. Heat relaxing mid-week, with a thundery breakdown. Cooler and fresher with sunshine showers thereafter. Read the full update here
  12. Heat and humidity will be building from the south during the coming days, but in the meantime much of the country is cooler and fresher with sunny spells, and some rain in places. Read the full update here
  13. The first real heat of the summer is on the way, with the early part of next week seeing the warmth already in the south, spread north for a time. It's all likely to come to a thundery close on Wednesday though. Michael Fish has all the details. Read the full update here
  14. Some summer heat in the forecast into the weekend and in particular during the first part of next week. Read the full update here
  15. As the jet stream moves a bit further north from tomorrow, the south will see more settled and warm weather, further north we keep the unsettled theme going. Read the full update here