They remain in place as drainage systems and river catchments struggle to come to terms with the record breaking deluges that have left vast parts of the country saturated.
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slightly improving conditions over the weekend have meant the Environment Agency (EA) now has a vastly reduced number of flood warnings and alerts.
Asked about the jet stream heading back towards its normal position, he said: "It's looking like a more usual summer pattern with the jet stream further north.
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"It looks like there's going to be high pressure across the south of the UK, so it looks like it's going to be generally drier next week. But northern areas will see some rain, particularly
The wettest April to June on record, followed by more heavy rain so far this month, has caused widespread and in some cases, repeated flooding.
He said there will be some rain around on Thursday, but not as heavy as the previous day.
Tom Tobler, a forecaster with MeteoGroup, the Press Association's weather division, said: "There is going to be more rain.
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He said there was "no sign" of the jet stream going back south after returning to its more northerly position.
This summer's record breaking grim weather has been caused by the jet stream settling unusually far south. Now experts believe it is on its way back north, restoring a 'more usual summer pattern'.
In the last 24 hours the EA has removed 26 warnings and alerts across England.
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will get high pressure building to the west, and it looks like that's going to give us a couple of dry days on Friday and Saturday.
"It looks like southern areas can expect some dryer and warmer weather. It's more like average summer conditions and weather we would expect."
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Ladbrokes is offering odds of 6/4 that rain falls at the Olympic Games opening ceremony on July 27.
Then London Olympic Games start on Friday next week, and Coral bookmakers has offered odds of 2/1 of rain falling in the Olympic Stadium during the men's 100m final and 25/1 on adverse weather forcing the cancellation of a full day's athletics.
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