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Warm weather on the way

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The unseasonably frequent rain is set to take a backseat as Britain is finally expected to get drier and warmer next week.

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The unseasonably frequent rain is set to take a backseat as Britain is finally expected to get drier and warmer next week. According to a report by Press Association, experts believe the jet stream, which has caused the grim weather by moving down south, will now return back north, indicating a 'more usual summer pattern' is on its way. Drier, warmer weather could inspire those with garden offices to open their doors and enjoy the sunshine with a drink and a good book - but the coming few days are scheduled to be packed with showers and possibly bouts of heavy rain. As a result of the improving conditions, the Environment Agency has 'vastly reduced' the number of flood warnings and alerts, leaving just four flood warnings in England and 21 flood alerts. Tom Tobler, a forecaster with the Press Association's weather division MeteoGroup, commented on the expectation of dry weather: "We will get high pressure building to the west, and it looks like that's going to give us a couple of dry days on Friday and Saturday. "It's looking like a more usual summer pattern with the jet stream further north. It looks like southern areas can expect some drier and warmer weather. It's more like average summer conditions and weather we would expect," he added, cited by independent.co.uk.

Author:

Ashley Curtis

17th July 2012