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Good evening. A sparkling weekend of winter sunshine lies ahead. It
is going to be on the cold side, particularly in the mornings. This
week it was mild. On Wednesday, temperatures across the country.
Today, 6-74 for tomorrow, colder, despite a lot of Saturday sunshine.
Through the weekend, a lot of us can have blue skies, but there will
be widespread night-time frost. The weather is not changing mat at the
moment. A large area at high pressure slowly moving its way into
the North Sea. Clear skies and temperatures are tumbling. Minus
five in part of Oxfordshire. This is the frost become a more
extensive. Mist and fog thickening up in the Thames Valley. Towns and
for deeds down to minus three. Not as cold in the south-west or
northern Scotland, where there will be cloud tonight and tomorrow. For
many, tomorrow promises sunshine with mist and fog float to clear,
but generally, it is going to be a sparkling day of sunshine as I
mentioned. Those temperatures will jump up the right side of freezing
with top temperatures in the far north of Scotland. We will have a
lot of Kleber the highs of 7-8 Celsius. Dry and bright in central
Scotland -- cloud. Temperatures up to four-five Celsius. Lots of
sunshine, too, down the spine of England and eastern areas. Cloud in
South Wales and south-west England but because we don't start with a
frost, temperatures may be higher. 6-7. That breeze will help to stop
too much frost on Saturday night but the frost will take hold. On
Saturday night, expect a cold one. Mist and fog, too, on Saturday
night across the East and that's because that's where the high
pressure is, and that is where the winds is lightest. More isobars.
This weather front is a particularly weak affair. Cloud and
spots of rain in the Isles of Scilly but by and large, Sunday, a
dry day. Again, mist and fog could be stubborn, and slow to clear but