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Good evening. I am sure many have you enjoyed the clear blue skies
and sunshine today. But it is those same clear skies which a leading to
temperatures tumbling tonight. You can see the icy blue tinge on the
map, and the of whiter colours are those dense fog patches forming.
Temperatures in the major towns and cities either side of freezing. It
is the fog which could cause an issue for some, particularly across
East Anglia and southern England. It could cause problems on the
roads and at airports. Check travel reports before you head out. But
even in the foggy areas, some will wake up to sunny skies, others will
have dense fog patches. You could see a few fog patches across parts
of Northern Ireland and Scotland. And once again, blue skies will
remain in place all day long for the majority. A little more patchy
cloud across Northern Ireland, and then thicker cloud develops across
north-eastern counties of England. The temperatures shouldn't feel too
bad, but the thicker cloud in the East will become more of a factor.
This weather front could produce a little light and rain, drizzle or
sleet. It will sweep away the milder conditions we have had on
Wednesday, and to introduce a noticeable chill for the end of the
week. They could be patches of rain, drizzle or Hill slipped through
Wednesday. Then little changed by the end of the week. High pressure