Until I see evidence to the contrary, this looks to me like promising a continuation of dry, bright weather in the South East, as well as quite warm. It may be rather breezy at times, but it'll be a warm, relaxing breeze at times. The grass is already turning yellow around here and the odd millimetre of rain (if we get that) will do nothing to change it, nor to reduce water demand, not that we are short of water now. I heard grumbling about weather forecasts today when at the garden centre (complaining about the fine weather with no showers locally). A 20 second 'forecast' on a radio station may generalise about rain or showers and the public in Surrey, London or indeed Southend will think it applies to them. I shall assume that TV forecasters have time to refer to a north-west / south-east split (making no further mention of TV forecasts!).
On two days this week The Times showed pretty sunset photos - but the sub-editors wrote about 'tomorrow promising more showers' type of caption below them - misleading for many readers while northern areas had more than 'showers'.
Julian Molesey, Surrey, hoping for a bit of rain late tomorrow.