24 July 2014- updated at 06:00
This morning mist and fog will soon lift but may linger in a few coastal areas. It will be dry and sunny for a time, but cloud will build up as heavy thundery showers with the risk of hail develop in the afternoon and evening. It will be very warm again with top temperatures reaching between 22 and 26 degrees and winds will be light variable or easterly.
Tonight the showers will gradually die out and it will become mainly dry with good clear spells, but some fog patches may form. Lowest temperatures will fall to between 13 and 15 degrees and winds will be light variable to easterly.
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Friday will be mainly dry with good sunny spells but scattered showers will develop later in the afternoon and fog may linger around coasts. It will continue very warm and humid with highest temperatures reaching between 24 and 26 degrees. Winds will be light variable or easterly.
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