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be rain, clearing into sunshine and showers, Buster once. Then it is
more difficult. Susan Powell is here to explain more international focus.
Take a glimpse out of the window and the chances they will be starry
skies where you are. The showers we have today are dying back to the
coast. The breeze is also easing and reclaiming skies and light winds, it
will be chilly overnight tonight. The wind will remain keen enough to
hold the frost that bay and in the far north-west, bringing in some
showers, if going down to the far southern coast. In rural areas,
don't be surprised if there is patchy frost tomorrow. In Northern
Ireland by the end of the night, heavier and more organised showers
arriving and they will push across into Scotland and the far north of
England. Heavy and thundery rain possible for the morning rush hour
of Northern Ireland and not looking too clever for Scotland or Northern
England. The snow will be mostly over 400 metres but a mixture of
rain, sleet and snow as low-down as 200 metres for a few hours before
9am, but after that, they should tend to retreat into showers of
rain. Further south, clear skies and a bit of sunshine to start the day
but on the chilly side. A few showers around the coasts of western
England and Wales, one or two popping up across the moors in the
south-west, but in contrast to the quite stinging showers we have had
during the course of today, a much drier day. Just a light breeze and
in the sunshine, it should feel present. Most improved, Northern
Ireland by the afternoon with blue skies and sunshine and Scotland and
northern England will see the weather improved too. Shows will
become fewer and further between and lighter. Highs of between 8-11.
Towards the west, the outer fringes of the next with a system set to
swing across as from the Atlantic. Like last night, the band of rain
will move quickly from west to east so the worst of the wet and windy
weather will be out of the way by Thursday morning but there could be
some cloud and rain affecting the Far East of England first thing.
Thursday, a breezy day which should bring sunshine but some quite hefty
showers to the south and west. He is the forecasting headache. Overnight
Thursday into Friday, the potential for an area of low pressure in the
Atlantic to develop and run towards us. It is quite a small-scale
feature so it is hard to in detail, but if it does hit the British