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Celsius. That is it for us tonight. Have a very good night, bye-bye.
Heavy rain in places over night tonight. There hasn't been much of
that so far this month. The statistics for the first half of
November make for interesting reading, it has been very mild.
Little in the way of night-time frost. It has been dryer than usual
and sunner, particularly in Scotland and Northern Ireland. Not
so sunny in these areas over the next couple of days. There is rain
around tonight. South-east England and Wales and the train is tracking
northwards and it will stay soggy in Northern Ireland and drift that
rain into parts of western Scotland. Not much rain across central and
eastern areas, where it has been a dry year so far. With the cloud
around temperatures around five or six degrees. Thursday, for most
places, again, it will start cloudy. Generally, it will brighten up
through the day. Most of us will see autumn sunshine. For Wales and
South West England there should be sunny spells from the get go.
Brightening up nicely across much of England. East Anglia will take
most of the day before the cloud clears. Should brighten up in
Scotland. More rain into western Scotland for the afternoon. Damp in
Glasgow for the evening rush-hour. For most of the afternoon northern
England will see sunny spells. Parts of East Anglia and the south-
east may hang on it that cloud until about dusk. If it does
brighten up in London we could reach 14 with late sunshine. Sunny
spells across the South West of England. Cornwall the breeze will
pick up and the cloud will increase through the afternoon. Same for the
West Coast of Wales. The breeze will increase and cloud will spill
back in here. It turns cloudy and wet across Northern Ireland it gets
gusty. The winds are a feature of the weather Thursday night and
Friday. Rain on Friday for western Scotland, Northern Ireland, maybe
western fringes of England and Wales. Most of England and Wales
will be bright and breezy. With sunshine we could reach 15 degrees.
The mild air will remain into the weekend, high pressure to the east.