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The UK will experience some sunshine along with some heavy showers on Tuesday which will be accompanied by a brisk breeze. The rest of the week can expect more sunshine, then heavy rain followed by more sunshine in quick succession through Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

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Tuesday morning will see sunny skies across most of the UK.

However, southwest England, Wales and northwest England will see showers swiftly moving in.

Western Scotland will experience some particularly bad outbreaks of rain along with some thick cloud and strong coastal gales.

There will be some lively weather across western and northern Scotland throughout Tuesday.

uk-weather-forecastThe UK will experience some sunshine along with some heavy showers on Tuesday (Image: GETTY/WXCHARTS)

weather-met-office-newsThe rest of the week can expect more sunshine, then heavy rain followed by more sunshine (Image: MET OFFICE)

The dry areas will be across eastern Scotland and the central belt.

Met Office Meteorologist Aidan McGivern said: “Northern Ireland will experience a mixture of sunny spells and showers rather than constant rain which will be the same for northern England.

“Wales and the southwest will have more heavy showers as we head into Tuesday afternoon.

“This feature runs along central and southern Britain through the afternoon and that means that its’s going to rain perhaps quite heavily for an hour or so as that moves through.

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