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But just down to single so figures. -- temperatures down to single
figures. It will be a duller day tomorrow and eventually, outbreaks
of rain. For much of central and eastern England, it will be a fine
day with spells of sunshine. In the West, after a bright start, the
cloud will spread the threat of rain across parts of Devon and
Cornwall. It may well turn into a damp and drizzly afternoon. The
same goes for western parts. Further east, we may not see much
rain until late in the day. The west coast will turn breezier. For
most of the day, pretty drab in Northern Ireland with outbreaks of
light rain and drizzle. Eventually, that rain will spread to the west
of Scotland. For the East Coast, hanging on to brighter conditions
for a part of the day. The same goes for north-east England. For
most of the day-to-day, temperatures in Norwich were stuck
in the mid-teens. Much, much warmer tomorrow, helped by the sunshine.
Probably the low twenties at Sandwich, so much brighter here.
Crucially for the golfers, the wind will be lighter. Strengthening
again on Saturday, and Saturday could be a very soggy sand which
indeed. Not just in Kent, on Saturday, the rain. All thanks to a
big area of low pressure hanging around for the weekend. The weather
front will spread rain across all areas quickly on Saturday. The band
of rain followed by a host of blustery showers. To be just stuck
in the teens. Sunday will see a similar day. West across Scotland