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Good evening. Forget about March. For some of us it appears that June
has jumped the queue. For the heart of southern England today we peaked
at 20 degrees. And it was warm and sunny across many parts of the UK.
Along the East Coast of England, it was very different, just ten
degrees here, despite a lot of sunshine. It wasn't sunny
everywhere. Across south-western parts of England it's been cloudy
with showery bursts of rain. These are continuing now, pushing into
south-west Wales. Heading in the direction of Northern Ireland later
on. That's the exception. Most of us dry. Quite chilly, a touch of
frost across northern areas and mist and low cloud in a number of
places as well. It might be rather chilly, grey, uninspiring start to
the day. Most of the that low cloud lifts readily with increasing
amounts of sunshine. The showers across Northern Ireland will
dissipate. One o two turning up across the mainland. But they will
be isolated. Nearly all of us staying dry with a lot of sunshine.
If you look closely you might see the blob of blue, indicating a low
risk of one or two heavy down pours. But nearly all will stay fine with
a lot of sunshine. Cool again along the East Coast. Temperatures pegged
back here. Inland, every bit as warm as today. Yes 21 degrees is
possible to the west of London. A brighter day than today across
south-west Wales and south-west England. Temperatures will respond
in the sunshine. Saturday, more of the same, a misty, grey start in
some places. That mist and low cloud could be persistent along
East Coast of Scotland. Most other places settling into another fine
and warm day. Really we stick with the status quo throughout the
weekend with high pressure staying in charge. Subtle changes from day
to day. We won't get the fine detail right. But the gist is that
it stays dry with increasing amounts of sunshine through the day.
Best in the west. Towards the East Coast temperatures will be pegged
back because of the breeze. And some low cloud too. The weekend is
dry, warm and sunny. But feeling bracing along the East Coast.
If it's rain you're after, I would look away now. As we look ahead
into next week, that high pressure is still slap bang over the top of