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From me, I wish you a very good Good evening. You can wait an age
for a March temperature record to get broken, then three come along
all at once. For the third day in a row we have broken the Scottish
temperature record for March. Aboyne, 23.6 degrees Celsius.
Remarkable. This is also quite remarkable. The satellite picture
taken this afternoon, not a cloud in the sky. The cloud across
Shetland melted away through the afternoon. More cloud towards the
western isles tonight. Clear skies allowing temperatures to drop
sharply. It is still March. Two or three in some towns and cities, in
rural areas minus two or three. It will be chilly in the morning.
There will be mist and fog around, the sunshine will disperse that. It
will be another sunny day. The major change across the far north
of Scotland where we will see more cloud. Blue skies and rising
temperatures. After a chilly start we will peak in the 20's. 20, 21
across South West England and Wales. We could hit 23 possibly 24 degrees.
21 is 70 degrees Fahrenheit. In Belfast we may reach 19. In
southern parts of Northern Ireland we might get close to the March
record here which stands at 21 Celsius. Cooler feel across the far
north of Scotland, more breeze and more cloud. That is a sign of
things to come. Cloud will spill south on Thursday across western
Scotland into Northern Ireland, perhaps into parts of north west
England and north Wales. Temperatures will be lower, still
well above average. In the south we could again exceed 20 degrees after
a chilly start. The fine and settled weather is because of high
pressure. A shift in this high, as it drifts out into the Atlantic,
will allow the winds to come in from the north west. The
temperatures will start to decline. For the next couple of days we
could exceed 20 degrees. Friday and the weekend the temperature curve