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Dull, dreary, dismal - all good ways to describe today's weather.
It was also chilly over those leaden skies. On Sunday, we reached
18 Celsius. This afternoon, many places have been struggling at just
eight or nine. A few places poked out from the cloud. But now that
cloud is spilling in across all of the UK. The cloud blasts through
the night, providing a bit of drizzle here and there. A bank and
misty autumn night. But temperatures should stay at five or
six degrees above freezing across the North. It adds up to a
disappointing start tomorrow. It will be dull first thing. But
tomorrow, I am more optimistic for better skies -- brighter skies.
Parts of Cumbria and western Scotland may see some blue skies.
But for many eastern areas, it will stay cloud. -- cloudy. Where it
brightens up across parts of the south-west, we should reach the
teens. But where it stays cloudy, we will be struggling to get much
above double figures. The western half of Wales will see some
sunshine. For Northern Ireland, it will be predominantly cloudy, but
we may get some blue sky in the north. Western Scotland should seek
some sunshine again and not so much fog around as there was today
through parts of the Great Glen. The eastern side of Scotland and
much of north-east England will be dull. And temperatures will be
struggling. A brighter day for parts of the Midlands, East Anglia
and the south-east. It will feel warmer with a bit more sunshine.
Temperatures are static at the moment, thanks to an area of high
pressure over Scandinavia. There will be rain in the south-west on
Wednesday. Elsewhere, it is generally dry. Again, whether it is