Wimbledon's first day to avoid rain

Four of these were in the York area, one was for a lakeside area at Keswick, in Cumbria, and the last was for an brook near the village of Dauntsey, in Wiltshire.
But the next few days - which sees the start of the Wimbledon Championships - are likely to see mixed weather starting with a largely dry day nationwide on Monday.
Brendan Jones, a forecaster with MeteoGroup, the weather division of the Press Association, said: "Tomorrow is looking pretty good for most people. Probably 90% of the country is going to be dry with some sunny spells coming and going."
Mr Jones said the main risk of localised showers is the north of England and southern Scotland. He said: "For Wimbledon tomorrow looks like the best day of the week - sunny spells and temperatures in the low 20s. Good weather for tennis."
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