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Good evening. The weather patterns aren't changing greatly. High
pressure is with us. It will be there tonight with light winds. The
sun that broke through today, clear skies and long nights mean
temperatures will dip. Temperatures will get close to a frost. The
other problem, mist and fog, particularly across South West
England and Wales. The fog will be dense in places. Cloud could
thicken up elsewhere to produce rain and drizzle. Cloudy skies
tomorrow, the brightening up process will happen quicker and
more widely than today. Mist and fog will slow the commute for some
in the south. The cloud elsewhere, dominant to begin with. If anything,
the cloud base higher and cloud thinner further north so petter
chance of breaks appearing in Northern Ireland, more sunshine
there. As the South West wind picks up, the east of Scotland will get
sunnier moments. More cloud in the north west at times. There will be
areas of cloud stubborn to go throughout the day. Eastern coasts,
the cloud will stick, there should be sunshine to Wales and the South
West and towards the Channel Islands. The mist and fog will
return Wednesday night into Thursday. We will drag in air from
France bringing clearer skies to the east. As the high pushes
eastwards weather fronts are allowed into the north and west.
Northern Ireland will have a cloudier day and rain. The mist and
low cloud will lift to brighter skies. Sunshine in the south-east
and warm in that too, 17 or 18 Celsius possible. Different day by
Friday. Atlantic starting to have more dominance, brightness across
eastern areas, cloud to the west with showery bursts of rain.