23 July 2014- updated at 13:00
Very warm and humid today with some bright or sunny spells at times, mainly in eastern parts of the province, while it will continue mostly cloudy in western parts. Some patches of mist and fog will continue to affect the south coast at times. Some heavy thundery showers will develop in western parts of the province this afternoon and evening, but it should hold dry further east. Highest temperatures of 21 to 25 degrees. Winds will be mostly light east to southeasterly or variable.
There'll be some further heavy thundery showers at first tonight in western parts of the province but these will die away early in the night. It will be mainly dry then for the rest of the night, though some isolated showers are likely to spread into eastern parts later in the night. Continuing humid and very mild with temperatures not dropping below 14 to 16 degrees. Winds will just be light variable with mist and fog patches continuing to affect the south coast, with some developing elsewhere too.
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Tomorrow, Thursday, will be another very warm, humid day. There'll be some bright or sunny spells, but cloud will tend to bubble up, with some heavy thundery showers developing and these will be most widespread in western parts of the province. Highest temperatures of 22 to 26 degrees. Winds will be light and variable inland and with light to moderate sea breezes in coastal parts.
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