BRITAIN will be hit by heavy rains and storms today, with the recent disappearance of the sun this weekend.
The strong showers will be reached southeast of the morning: with showers of thunderstorms established by the north and west of the country, according to the latest weather reports.
The areas included Somerset, Hampshire, Midlands, Yorkshire and the east and west coast of Scotland will see rain in the morning.
But much of the North and Scotland will be wet in the afternoon.
The rain is likely to continue until Friday with strong and flashing showers that move toward the east.
Most of England will open in the rain throughout the day, with which you can expect a throne around Manchester and the west coast of Wales.
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And although on saturd some sun can appear, there is still a rainfall for much of the country.
The Met Office warned yesterday that the country will be submerged in the rain for the next five days.
Met Office spokesman Claydon Oli said the weekend's weather will be "struck and lost" due to a rain band that moves from the southwest.
He said: "This will remain clear to the east until Saturday morning, particularly along the east coast.
"In its wake there will be periods of brilliance, but there is also a mixture of heavy showers and potentially thunder.
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Claydon added: "In the sunlight it could be very pleasant, with temperatures potentially up to 24 ºC (75.2 F), but there are those strong and powerful showers throughout the United Kingdom that people can see."
Sunday will be mostly dry in the central and southern parts, but Northern Ireland, the north of the Scotland region and northern England are at risk of heavy rains, Claydon added.
It is hoping that the Royal Portrush Open Championship in Northern Ireland will see "changing" conditions when it is launched today.
There will be a maximum forecast of 17C (62.6 F) and "rapid explosions of heavy rain".
Met Office's opponent Greg Dewhurst said on Thursday he will mark the start of more "unstable times", with increasingly frequent divergences on Fridays.
Although temperatures will be disappointed as the week progresses, meteorologists expect the start of a three-month heat wave.
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Meteorologist Helen Roberts from Met Office told The Sun Online: "We are expecting a bright and dry climate this week and on Wednesday we will see the highest temperature of 28ºC.
"As for the next three months, we can definitely expect a warm climate and a bright sky."
Early in the fall, it is becoming a warm atmosphere, as meteorologists predict that it will be even warmer than in the summer of last year, when temperatures reached 26ºC and in September it was the hottest month of October.
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