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Hello again. It has certainly felt warmer out there today. For many of
us, this late summer warmth will continue into the weekend. Tonight,
we have clouds spilling in, particularly for Scotland, Northern
Ireland and North Wales. In the south-west of England it will be
chilly and there will be more fog here, possibly developing into
parts of Wales and the Midlands as well. The weekend looks like this.
The eastern side of the UK will be warmest and sunny throughout.
Further west there will be sunshine for a while. Then things go
downhill in the second half of the weekend. We have the fog clearing
quickly in the south, sunshine comes burning through. Sunshine in
the North. It is an improving story once again for Northern Ireland
like today. We should seek sunny spells and the afternoon and
temperatures reaching 20 Celsius. It could stay cloudy all day around
Argyll and Bute into the Highlands. Most of the rain is in the
Shetlands. Grampian has a lovely day. In the far north of England
the crowd eventually things. More sunshine in the south. After the
misty, foggy start in the Midlands, a lovely day here. The south-east
and East Anglia will be the warmest. Sunshine hazy around the southern
coastal counties. A warm day in the north -- South West. In Wales, the
centre and will develop quickly in the morning and it should be a
super day here. It stays fine into the evening as well. For the BBC
Proms in the park it starts chilly but it will be dry. The weather
will be changing on Sunday. High pressure which has kept it dry is
moving away. Pressure is falling. A few more isobars on the chart. It
means the winds are freshening. Sharia bursts of rain as well for
Northern Ireland and Scotland. Further east there is the risk of
showers. We hang on to the Centrum for longer in eastern areas which