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Good evening. I'm sure some of you will have welcomed today's reign.
The heaviest rain is out of the way but we are left with some damp
conditions. Light rain and drizzle most prevalent across southern and
western parts. Some very low cloud is heading our way. Of note are the
temperatures, 8-11 degrees. These are more like daytime highs rather
than those at this time of year. It will be a mild start to Thursday.
East Anglia and the Midlands there will be some subtle hints of
brightness. They may be some fog disrupting flights in the Channel
Islands. Some fog across south-west England and Wales. It will be
extensive across the hills. The cloud could be thick enough for
some drizzle. To the east of Wales it should be dry and brighter. Not
too many fog problems in Northern Ireland but a cloudy start with
some spots of drizzle. A damp start to the west of Scotland. To the
east we will see something drier and brighter. The same for northern
England. It will be particularly murky, damp and misty. With the
flow coming from the south-west it will struggle to brighten up. To
the east of high ground, the cloud will break with sunny spells
possible across eastern England and Scotland. We may hit the dizzy
heights of 17 degrees Celsius. It will feel more like late spring
warmth than winter. It should be eight degrees that this time of
year. The mild air gets pushed out of the way. The cold front works
its way southwards from Thursday night into Friday. It will bring
cloud and patchy rain across England and Wales. We should hold