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A taste of summer to come over the next couple of days, with pressure
rising so it doesn't mean we will see a good deal of sunshine across
the country. Most places are going to be dry and fine. It is going to
be feeling warmer. We felt that today as temperatures were on the
rise. Clear skies through the night to night allowing some patchy mist
and fog to form around the coasts. The temperatures here dropping to
around 15 or 16 degrees, but it will be cooler further north. For
many of us first a Morningstar stride, fine with that sunshine.
Any mist and fog in land should lift and clear but there is always
the risk of some laughing on to the shores of south-western areas. That
might not be too far away from rain at some times, but it's a very
small risk. If you are heading to any of the Olympic events on
Thursday, warm sunshine, high UV levels and high pollen levels.
There will be some sea breezes developing around the coast.
Temperatures fall in land Wales reaching the mid-twenties. Northern
Ireland might see more cloud developing through the afternoon,
so the small chance of a light shower, but most places should be
dry. There's a small risk of a shower across the Shetland. In
mainland Scotland we have more cloud to Aberdeen Show, but across
the Central lowlands we are looking at highs of 20. A lot of fine, dry
weather with the sunshine across England and Wales. With the highest
of the temperatures across inland areas. We may get as high as 27
throughout the afternoon. A similar story for Friday. Any early miss
Dan Fogg should lift and clear to give a fine day with plenty of
sunshine. A bit more cloud out towards the north-east, generally
like winds with afternoon sea breezes. It will feel cooler out
towards the coast and in the north- east with more cloud, but further
south we are looking at highs of 26 or 27. It is all due to this
weather over the next few days. A high pressure will drift towards
Scandinavia and some weather fronts move into the south-west. That
increases the risk of showers developing throughout the weekend.