Hail and thunder to batter UK as downpour continues – are YOU affected by weather forecast?

Forecasters say most of the country is at risk of showers while heavy rain and blustery winds will lash the south and west throughout Monday.

But temperatures will be pretty mild for the time of year and we could even see highs of 15C across the south east of England.

Met Office forecaster Luke Miall said: "Monday continues with a fairly similar vein to the weekend.
"The heaviest of those showers will be out to the west, but most of us could be at risk of seeing a shower through the day.

"They could be heavy with hail and thunder mixed in at times too and some fairly gusty winds.

"But it stays mild with temperatures right the way across the UK – it could be as high as 15C across the south east.


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"Through Monday evening we'll continue to see those showers merging to give longer spells of rain for parts of Wales and north west England.

"Things then turn quieter from the west – we see a bit of a ridge of high pressure building in so settling things down with some clearer skies.

"Temperatures will be just a fraction cooler as we start Tuesday morning."

Tomorrow will see a lot of fine and sunny weather, but showers will strike the north.

A weather front is set to push in mid-week dragging in some warmer air from the south and things will turn pretty mild for this time of year.

Mr Miall added: "Temperatures could get into the mid-teens quite widely as we head towards the end of the week."

It comes after Remembrance Sunday was a washout with torrential downpours in many places and thousands of homes left without power.

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