Mild and humid once again today, with a mixture of cloud and some short sunny spells. Further rain or showers, with heavy and possibly thundery bursts, especially to begin across the southeast of the province. Heavy downpours developing in many areas later this afternoon and evening. Top temperatures 13 to 15 or 16 degrees Celsius, mildest away from southern counties. Southerly winds will remain moderate, occasionally fresh.
Very wet in many areas overnight with pulses of heavy thundery rain, leading to spot flooding. Mild and humid all the while, with hill and coastal fog. Lowest temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees Celsius. Southerly winds will be light to moderate overland, but fresher along east coasts.
A very wet start to Friday with heavy overnight rain persisting for a time; further spot flooding and impaired visibility. Whilst it should brighten up through the morning, with sunny spells developing, well scattered slow moving downpours breaking out later too. Not quite as mild as recent days, with highest temperatures of 12 to 14 or 15 degrees Celsius, again mildest away from southern coasts. Southwest winds will be moderate to fresh in strength at first.
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