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There is a balance of power playing out across the UK as far as the
weather is concerned. The general story tomorrow is of sunny spells
and showers, but there is more to it. The closer you are to the area
of low pressure to the north-west of UK, the more likely you are to
get showers. The closer you are to the area of high pressure, the more
likely you are to get drier and brighter weather. Tonight, we see
that balance playing out. Share was more likely across western parts,
drier weather further east. Mist and fog may form as the night goes
on, much but it will not feel cold. Still quite humid across the south-
east. Into Tuesday, a dry start for most, but it will not take long for
those showers to get going across Scotland, Northern Ireland and then
those western fringes of England and Wales. By the afternoon, we
have heavy showers across a good part of Scotland. If you are caught
in a shower, it could be quite torrential. Under in the mix as
well. Not too many showers east of the Pennines. Not many showers
across the Midlands, but not much sunshine either by the afternoon
across East Anglia and the south- east. We could see rain in the
south-eastern counties. That is an area to watch. There is doubt over
the forecast here at the moment. There is the chance of a few sharp
showers in the south-west of England. Some parts could stay
bright. A similar mix across Wales, western parts most proud of -- most
prone to the odd downpour. In Northern Ireland, you could get
caught by a heavy shower, but it is hit and miss. In the evening and
overnight, the showers are still lingering across the North western
areas. The north and west are more likely to see showers again on
Wednesday. Maybe not as frequent, but further south and east, there
is a better chance of staying dry, with pleasantly warm sunshine.
Similar mix for Thursday. Many more places managed to stay dry.
Eventually, some rain pushes into Northern Ireland and western parts