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Good evening. The remnants of the terrible weather in China now bring
rain. Potentially a risk of yet more heavy rainfall across the southern
half of the country. Nothing like the scale of the typhoon but more
severe weather in an already very vulnerable area. Closer to home
poor visibility is a problem for England and Wales overnight tonight
and into tomorrow morning's rush-hour. A weather front of
producing outbreaks of rain but accompanied by low cloud and missed
and murk. Slowly making its way eastwards. Clear skies following
behind and a patch of frost developing in eastern Scotland and
for a few sheltered areas in Northern Ireland. Western Scotland
protected from the frost by a strong wind feeding in a fair number of
showers. Heavy hail and thunder and snow for the highest ground. To the
south and east, sunny spells across Northern Ireland and for Northern
England. There could be some fault in the Vale of York. Still very grey
and gloomy as we had further south once and eastwards the closer we get
to the weather front. It's the biggest question in the weather for
tomorrow. Just how quickly it will fall, we don't know. They could
linger into the afternoon. Low cloud with some outbreaks of rain.
Generally, talking about it becoming drier and bright as a day goes on.
12-13. High pressure will build to the south into Wednesday. To the
north, alone trying to close in. England and Wales, it could be one
of the first widespread frosts of the autumn, so time to bring out the
can of de-icer. The wind will be strengthening courtesy of the low
pressure. Wednesday daytime, will squeeze into Northern Ireland, bring
thickening cloud and wind. Sunny spells, though, for England and
Wales and temperatures of 11. Not too bad. Thursday, summer
temperatures and quite a change to the day. The north-westerly wind.
There will be some sunny spells around and temperatures will be
around 10-11 Celsius.