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Thankfully it did not rain on the parade in London, but we did have
cloudy skies. We nearly got to 24 degrees in Kent, but a band of rain
further north and west is a cold front, and behind that in Stornoway
temperature struggled at just 13 degrees. Through the night tonight
Cole there will sing south across the whole country, and for tomorrow
a much fresher feel to things. -- cold air. A mixture of sunshine and
a few showers around. We have got showers through the night to night
out towards the north and west, the main band of rain is moving across
England and Wales, and by dawn it is sitting to the south-east corner.
Temperatures around 14-15 degrees, cooler for Scotland and Northern
Ireland, temperatures dipping into single figures. As we start
tomorrow morning, 8 o'clock across the south-west, a bit of sunshine
to begin the day, maybe one or two light and well scattered showers,
and much of South Wales should be dry. More showers across North
Wales, a cluster of downpours for north-west England and the Irish
Sea. Not too many showers for Northern Ireland, a bit of sunshine.
Some cloud through north-western parts of Scotland, where we have
that blustery north-westerly breeze, but through Aberdeenshire and the
Lothians and borders, mainly dry and bright. Showers across northern
England and parts of the North Midlands, and you can see the
remains of the overnight rain clearing away from the coast of
East Anglia. Once that has cleared away, things should brighten up to
the south-east corner. For Southern Counties, parts of South Wales, not
too many showers through the day. Most of them further north and east.
Temperatures across England and Wales, mid to high teens, 13-14
degrees for Scotland and Northern Ireland. Wednesday's forecasts, the
weather front is moving back across the country, fairly weak,
introducing more cloud, patchy and showery outbreaks of rain. Drier
and brighter later in the day, but in Scotland the winds picking up.