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Heavy rain to hit Greater Manchester with 'unsettled' week forecast

Weather forecasters are predicting 'unsettled' conditions this week with heavy rain to hit Greater Manchester.

According to the Met Office, sun and cloud in our region this morning will soon make way for downpours. Heavy rain is forecast to fall from around 10am.

The rain is forecast until at least 2pm today (Monday) before a largely cloudy afternoon. More heavy showers are then predicted from around 7pm and through the night.

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Temperatures will hit a high of around 17C today. The Met Office predicts another wet day tomorrow with heavy showers forecast for most of the day in Greater Manchester.

The mercury will reach highs of around 18C. Unsettled conditions are then expected for much of the rest of the week, with a mix of cloudy, sunny and rainy weather conditions.

A yellow thunderstorm warning is in place for parts of Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire until 8am today, with some areas being hit by storms overnight. Steve Willington, chief forecaster with the Met Office, said: "Some within the warning area could see torrential rain, perhaps even reaching 40mm of rainfall within the hour.

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"Later in the warning period there is a risk of large hail, frequent lightning and gusty winds."

Commenting on the longer-term outlook, the Met Office’s David Oliver said: "During the rest of today (Sunday) and tomorrow we will see a transition to fresher conditions, with the warmth and humidity of recent days being pushed eastwards away from the UK.