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Good evening. The good news is that it will be a reasonably sunny start
to the Easter weekend. The bad news is that it will not stay that way
for many of us. Overnight tonight, many of us will be dry with patchy
rain across Scotland. Some of us will -- some of this will track into
northern England and were. Quite patchy in nature. Not a lot of rain.
Dry further south. Maybe a touch of frost across the far south-east. The
other end of the UK, blustery showers across the North West of
Scotland but further south, patchy rain across northern and will. --
North England and were. A sunny start across the far south-east of
thing and after a chilly dawn, it will warm up nicely. For most of us,
more cloud in the sky then recently. Blustery showers across Scotland.
Showers brightening, coming sunny. -- turning sunny. Potentially as
high as 20 degrees in London. For most of us, a good deal cooler. Good
Friday, and after a potentially frosty start for some, high pressure
will build in. A lovely day for many of us with plenty of sunshine. A
cool breeze near the east Coast. Further west, light winds, sunshine,
and things warming up. Into Saturday morning, another frost and then
another lovely day for most of us. Plenty of sunshine. Perhaps the odd
shower later on in the day. To sum up, it will be a dry start with
plenty of sunshine. Nico most of it because it will turn for many of us.
Trouble looming on Easter Sunday across the continent. A developing
area across the continent. We are confident that we will see wet
weather across the south-east, spreading westwards through England
and Wales. Some pretty strong and cold wind. Potentially, temperatures
helped back to eight or nine degrees for much of the day. Contrast this
with Northern Ireland and western Scotland, it will probably stay
sunny, and could be as high as 15 or 16. On Easter day, contrast. Easter
Monday, and Sheffield with showers. -- unsettled with showers.