Rain sweeps across the UK with moderate showers expected - Tuesday, July 9th

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London leads with a high of 20 degrees amid moderate rain across the region. Bristol follows closely, also under moderate rain conditions. Brighton and Portsmouth, slightly cooler, are similarly wet, while Plymouth sees patchy rain. Overall, the area faces a damp and chilly day.

Lincoln and Nottingham share the highest temperature at 21 degrees, under consistent moderate rain. Birmingham and Worcester also face similar rainy conditions, with temperatures just a degree lower. Wolverhampton, although slightly cooler, does not escape the wet weather, encapsulating a uniformly damp day across the Midlands.

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Liverpool reports the highest temperature at 21 degrees amidst heavy rain, which is prevalent across the region. Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield, and Newcastle also experience intense rainfall, with temperatures hovering around 20 degrees. The entire area is gripped by significant wet weather, affecting visibility and outdoor activities.

Glasgow, with a high of 16 degrees, sees moderate rain, marking the warmest yet wettest spot in Scotland today. Aberdeen and Edinburgh, not far behind, also endure similar rainy conditions with a slight chill. The entire region is enveloped in a cool, damp atmosphere, typical of a Scottish summer day.

Belfast, slightly warmer at 14 degrees, faces moderate rain along with Dublin, which is cooler by a degree. Both cities are experiencing similar damp conditions, with the entire region feeling the effects of a typical rainy day in Ireland.

Cardiff stands out with a high of 20 degrees under moderate rain, making it the warmest yet wettest region in Wales today. The consistent rainfall blankets the area, creating a soggy environment that impacts daily activities and travel across the region.

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