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After a weekend which saw temperatures soar, the UK will be hit with a barrage of heavy rain to start the week. Early in the morning, Met Office meteorologist, Becky Mitchell reported that it will be a “cold and gloomy” start for many across Scotland.

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Although conditions will bright and sunny in the south-west, heavy rain will soon arrive causing the Met to issue a flood warning.

In the north of England, temperatures will hover around 14C (57.2F) and will be largely overcast during the morning rush hour.

Progressing through the rush hour towards the afternoon, Ms Mitchell warned that the weather will soon become much more severe.

She added: “After a bright start in the southwest it will quickly cloud over.

UK weather forecast: Flood warning issuedUK weather forecast: Flood warning issued (Image: Met Office)

UK weather forecast: The south-west will be the worst hitUK weather forecast: The south-west will be the worst hit (Image: Met Office)

“There’ll be some heavy rain arriving for Wales and southwest England and some strong winds as well.”

While the south-west will be blanketed in rain, the brighter will push towards the north of England.

However, Ms Mitchell did warn that those sunny spells will be “mixed in with heavy showers”.

Ms Mitchell did also report that there will be some “some sunshine to come on Monday mixed in with heavy showers”.

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UK weather firecast: Rain is also expected on TuesdayUK weather firecast: Rain is also expected on Tuesday (Image: Met Office)

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