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Hello, the spring warmth some of us enjoyed yesterday was playing much
harder to get today. Afternoon sunshine in Kent. The temperature
got close to 17 degrees but despite the sunshine in northern England,
18 degrees yesterday, 10 degrees today. Patchy rain, a weather front
which was a dividing line between the mild air in the south and the
cold fresher weather coming back further north. The dividing line
and patchy light rain and drizzle had edged further south this
evening. Poor visibility especially in the south-west, but it is mild,
10 degrees in Exeter, 12 in London. But, for parts of Wales, northern
England, cold air with clear spells. Especially in the countryside. A
touch of frost. The rain comes back to North West: later in the night.
Lots of dry weather, occasional sunshine. Temperatures back to
where we expect them to be in February. This is how we start
Saturday. Plenty of cloud in the far south. Damp and drizzly in
places. Western Scotland, further outbreaks of rain. Elsewhere,
though, we start dry and bright and that's what we have in the
afternoon but it stays Gray in Cornwall and Devon. South-west
England, you could hit 16 degrees. Low cloud in the Bristol Channel.
Elsewhere across Wales, Variable cloud and sunshine. For Northern
Ireland, more cloud in the West than the east. The best chance of
sunshine. Western Scotland, outbreaks of rain and edging back
to Glasgow. Add but the brightness around the Moray Firth. Another
breezy day. Northern England, East Anglia and the South, said fare for
the afternoon. If you want the warm weather, you will be unhappy. 13
degrees in London. That pretty impressive. A big rugby game at
Twickenham. For the early kick-off in Dublin, fine weather for the
Sunday starts with a touch of frost in Wales, southern England and then