PUBLISHED: 07:29, Wed, Sep 9, 2020 | UPDATED: 07:29, Wed, Sep 9, 2020
BBC Weather's Matt Taylor said Wednesday will be the last of the sunny weather as autumnal breezes are expected to force temperatures down. A band of cloud and rain is slowly moving across central England but temperatures in the southeast will reach highs of 24C. Mr Taylor said: "For many of you, a dry day with a bit of sunshine around, still quite humid in southern areas as it was yesterday but a fresher feel in the next 24 hours.
"That fresher air will come across Scotland and Northern Ireland.
"Temperatures are around double figures for many, notice 17C-18C across central England.
"That is tied in with some cloud.
"A bit of a damp start for some in northwest England, north and west Wales.
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BBC Weather has forecast a drop in temperatures across the UK (Image: BBC )
BBC Weather's Matt Taylor said Wednesday will be the last of the sunny spells (Image: BBC)
"That thicker cloud and patchy rain and drizzle will work its way south throughout the day.
"A lot more sunshine across northern and west areas compared to yesterday although a few showers in Scotland.
"By the afternoon the weather front will be across southern counties but temperatures will reach highs of 24C."
Mr Taylor added through the evening the fresher air will force temperatures down.
A band of cloud and rain is slowly moving