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May really is a fickle month. In Aberdeenshire we had a trouch of
frost on Monday morning, but today 27 degrees. Tomorrow, will be
equally as warm. It's pretty warm out there at the moment. It will
turn misty with patchy fog. Low cloud developing in the North Sea,
drifting on to eastern parts of England and Scotland. The mist and
fog will go in the morning. The low cloud will get burned away. Misty
around Irish Sea coasts. Lots of sunshine. It could trigger one or
two rogue sharp showers. The South West of England will be warmer and
sunnier than today. The odd hit- and-miss shower could develop in
the west country and the West Midlands. For most parts of the
country warm and sunny. Another very warm day to come across
Scotland. Might get thundery showers, as we did this evening.
The odd one possible over the Pennines. Low cloud will lap on to
North Sea coasts keeping it chilly. In the sunshine in land2 degrees.
It will be dry and sunny. It will be very warm. The highest
temperatures towards the western side of the UK, widely inland
getting into the mid maybe high 20's. High pressure is towards the
north of the UK. We could see weather fronts coming in to give us
thundery showers to the South West of England. Breezy on Saturday.
Temperatures not as high by then. It's a dry and sunny picture.