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nicely. The outlook is similar on Friday but fog less of a problem
over Friday but fog less of a problem
over the weekend. Good evening. Step outside in the
morning and it feels a bit fresh. Reassure yourself, it could be a lot
worse. Exactly a year ago it was extraordinarily cold and snowy.
These were some of the scenes. This march is very different. A very
pleasant in the sunshine, once the fog has cleared. The fog is
re-forming again right now. Nasty patches developing through the
night, becoming widespread across England and Wales. In the
north-west, rain across Scotland. Temperatures well below these
values. We have a yellow warning in force from the Met Office for fog.
Could be very difficult patches around and disruption is certainly
possible. Check your BBC local radio station in the morning. These are
the areas we think will be worst affected. The Thames Valley, the
Somerset Levels, the Severn Valley, the Trent Valley and up towards
Merseyside. It went before the everywhere but the risk is there.
Fewer patches further north but more cloud across Scotland, particularly
in the West, where it will be a dreary, damp start. This weather
front will move further southwards through Scotland but most of rain
will stay out, with very little reaching eastern Scotland. Northern
Ireland stays mostly dry and fine. 20 of sunshine across England and
Wales once the fog has cleared. It will linger in a few spots, keeping
it cool, but most places will eventually warm up quite nicely Mid
possibly high teens in some places though coastal fringes will stay
misty. For green forms and we do it all again on Friday. It will take a
while for the patches to clear across the southern half of the UK.
Further north, windy and another front brings wet weather for a time
across the north and west of Scotland. Sunshine further south and
east and it will feel very nice up into the high teens in a few places.
For the weekend, weather fronts will cross the country but will be fairly
weak. They will thicken up the cloud at times and bring some patchy rain,
particularly across northern and western parts, but with high
pressure in close attendance I'm reasonably optimistic for the vast
majority through this weekend. There will be a lot of dry weather. The
best of the sunshine across the more southern and eastern areas, where it
will feel quite warm, though tempered by a blustery wind.