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with the clear skies, temperatures dropping away. For Scotland and
Ireland, the cloud is thickening and there is rain. The breeze will pick
up as the rain holds on across the north-west corner. For Scotland and
Northern Ireland, temperatures not too much of a concern. For England
and Wales, in the countryside we could see temperatures dipping below
freezing. The chilly start to the day with the risk of a touch of
frost. The potential for mist and bog down to the south-east and East
Anglia, but that shouldn't last too long. We have got a band of cloud
drifting south with maybe a couple of showers in it. After a great
start for Scotland and Northern Ireland, things brightening up for
the afternoon. There's the risk of a couple of showers across the
northern western isles. We might see some showers across North Wales, the
afternoon, with some hazy sunshine in Cardiff. A bit more cloud
developing for South West England come the afternoon. Some of the best
sunshine down across the south-east and East Anglia, where yet again we
could get temperatures 16 or 17 or 18 degrees through the afternoon.
Thicker cloud for Northern England and an overcast afternoon. Most
places will be dry. Don't be surprised if you see the odd shower.
As the weather front moves south, just beginning to introduce a bit
more cloud. Overall for tomorrow night, it is a generally dry night
with some clear spells. Temperatures dropping away again. We will stick
with the theme of fairly chilly nights for the end of the week.
Always the risk of some cloud and rain at times in the North. Keeping
the best of the brightness in the South. Thursday, bright spells
across England and Wales. A couple of showers developing for the
afternoon. Cloudier for Scotland and Northern Ireland. Later in the day
there is a weather front moving in which could produce some hill snow
across the mountains of Scotland. In the south we are looking at the
midteens. For the end of the week, high-pressure holds on in the