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tricky at the moment. The main themes are cloudy and breezy, some
rain but also some sunshine. That is part of the problem. The sun is
almost at its strongest that this time of year and can do remarkable
things. In Suffolk, for example, close to freezing this morning. By
this afternoon, the warmest part of the UK with temperatures up to 21
degrees. East Anglia did see some sun, along with north-east Scotland.
Later on it brightened up across Wales and south-west England but the
most it has been a cloudy day. The cloud is providing wet conditions
across Northern Ireland and much of Scotland. A wet night here but for
England and Wales a damp night. The rain light and patchy. It will be a
mild night. It's not a cold start tomorrow but it is a rather great
start. Northern Ireland should see some sunshine, it will brighten up
through the central belt and more eastern parts of Scotland, and again
across more Eastern counties of England we should see some sunshine
by the afternoon. After a wet start, northern Scotland will turn a
bit drier and brighter. Sunny spells through the central belt until quite
late in the day. A bright, fine day for much of Northern Ireland,
although Wood could cloud over later. Cloudy across north west
England. Down the eastern side, after a great start, someone
sunshine again. Temperatures getting into the low 20s. But for the bulk
of England and Wales and will be cloudy, with more persistent rain
spreading across the South. The rain spreading back to Northern Ireland
and southern Scotland also Crewe tomorrow evening. And then the wind
starts to pick up. Getting unusually windy across the South during
Wednesday night and into Thursday. Wet and windy usually means low
pressure, and that's what we have sitting across us tomorrow night.
This will try and head away but the weather front still dangles down on
Thursday and the isobars still pinch together. These winds could get very
lively on Thursday morning across South Wales and south-west England.
Showery rain across northern England, Scotland and Northern