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Good evening. There was a poignant occasion in the weather Centre this
afternoon when the very last Ceefax weather map was lovingly crafted
and put away. The system is being switched off tonight. It is fair to
say that we have had a love-hate relationship with Ceefax over the
years but plenty of affection out their judging by your responses
this afternoon on Twitter. The end of an era but not yet the end of
the cloud. Another great day in store for much of the UK tomorrow.
We still have that cloud around tonight, producing drizzle and
missed. One or two patches of dense fog towards the North Sea coast,
where you can see rain moving in. Underneath the cloud, generally, a
mild night, but the exception is northern Scotland. There will be
the odd patch of fog around here as well. That is going to be a bright
spot tomorrow but otherwise, you have to look hard to find much
brightness. But there will be some. Let's take a look around at 4pm
tomorrow afternoon. To the east of the Pennines, it will be grey and
drizzly. But with more than easterly breeze, mixing up the
Clyde, there is a better chance of a breaking up along the southern
coastal counties. And given some sunshine, the temperatures could
get quite high. Across the Midlands, it is fairly grey. The easterly
breeze will help to break up the clouds. Around Cardigan Bay, you
might well see some sunshine. Like today, there is the chance of
brighter spells coming along. It will change across northern
Scotland. Caithness and Sutherland will have had the best of the
sunshine but tomorrow, it will be clouding over. That is because we
have a weather front moving southwards. It is a cold front,
meaning colder air is falling behind it. That is the change
coming in for the end of the week. It will be a little half-hearted at
first, with quite a bit of cloud around. But already be colder air
is beginning to ease in across the UK and temperatures will be lower.