26/03/2012 BBC Weather


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Good evening. The temperature record in Scotland was said on


Sunday afternoon, snatched away just 24 hours later by Ardoyne.


Under clear skies, the temperatures in the high teens and low twenties.


All that warmth will escape into the atmosphere under starry skies.


Three below in some spots. There will be a chill in the air as you


step out. Some mist and fog to watch out for. It could be quite


thick for a time in the Vale of York. But it should disappear by


10am. Fall, a sunny day ahead. The Green collars disappear, and the


chart warms up. For some, 820 degree leap in temperatures from


first thing to the end of the afternoon. -- A 20 degree. The


warmth in the south-east tempered by the breeze from the Channel.


Inland, across England and Wales, 20 degrees quite common. Through


him and Aberdeenshire and the Moray Firth, we may get to record-


breaking values. Turning cooler on Wednesday with more cloud in the


Western Isles and the mainland. Rain not out of the question.


Mistiness on -- across Northern Ireland and Scotland. But for most,


sunny and warm. Especially in southern parts. 24 possible in some


parts of southern England. Changes in Wednesday and Thursday. Behind


will move westwards, allowing a north-westerly winds to develop. --


that high a will move westwards. Scotland, Northern Ireland, and


north-west England especially, the north-west wind bringing cloud.


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