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Good evening. It has been a peculiar day across the country. A lot of
clout and some rain to the worst. It has also been relatively mild.
Today, 18 degrees in Northolt. By contrast, in lyric and Shetland,
just nine degrees. That is slightly below the average. It is due to wind
direction. We have had mild flow in recent days driving the milder
across the country, with the exception of the extreme north-east.
That will continue into tomorrow. We have also got heavy, persistent rain
still to come, moving out across western Scotland, into eastern
Scotland. England and Wales, the rain light and patchy, a complete by
a blustery wind and cloud. Temperatures, 11th to 14 degrees. It
will be very windy in the far north of Scotland. We lose the cloud, wind
and rain in the extreme north. The weekend looks like having blustery
showers and warm sunshine. A wet and windy start in the far north of
Scotland. The Gaels and rain transferring into the Northern as.
Sharp showers into the South. They will clear away. There could be an
organised band of short showers developing into Northern Ireland,
some of them thundery. That may well spoil your afternoon. They will
drift steadily north and east through Wales. Cornwall could seek
brightness. Temperatures will respond nicely. Cloud across the
south coast. Inland, once we lose the showers, for the East Midlands
into Lincolnshire, eastern England, largely fine and right with sunny
spells. Temperatures are going to respond, 18 degrees as possible The
respond, 18 degrees as possible. The rains ease away from Scotland. It
will be cloudy but milder. It will be wet and windy, owing to the
extreme north-easterly. The low pressure remains anchored to the
north-west of Scotland. It will be spinning in organised band of
showers. Rain and strong winds into the far north, showers coming in
from the west pushing further east. Some of them heavy and possibly