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into the back the show on BBC London 94.9. Have a good evening. -
Good evening. It is a few days away but there are some signs of our
weather settling down as we head into the early part of next week.
It may turn drier and brighter. Until we get there, our weather
chart remain rather messy. There will also be an increasing easterly
breeze. That breeze will continue to feed cloud and rain in central
and southern Scotland overnight. A few showers elsewhere but some
clearer skies across parts of the South. The breeze will help to keep
temperatures up. In the far north of Scotland, some clearer skies may
allow temperatures to get close to freezing. There could be some sunny
intervals. Generally across Scotland it is another great day.
Go will feel cold and the East with outbreaks of rain on the borders.
Some cloud early on in Northern Ireland. Grey across northern
England and Northern Wales. Further south we should see something
brighter and chance of sunny intervals with temperatures in
double figures at 8 o'clock in the morning. As we go through the day
we continued have that easterly breeze making it feel distinctly
chilly on the north-east coast. We could see some showers in the
afternoon. With a lot of cloud across northern Britain,
temperatures will struggle, single figures for many. That is really
disappointing for this time of year. In the south, temperatures a bit
higher. Perhaps a little but warmer at Lord's, a better chance of
seeing some sunshine but a greater risk of seeing interruptions to
play with a chance of showers at Lord's in the afternoon and evening.
Through the evening we will see showers gathering to form into a
strike of rain across central areas during Saturday morning. The
central areas remain predominantly dull. In the south, if it brightens
up, it will feel like may wither temperatures and high teens. Across
Scotland we should have some sunshine on Saturday. It is not