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and as we head towards Friday temperatures will pick up
and as we head towards Friday temperatures will pick up towards 21
degrees. Good evening. Across the whole
country today the showers have been losing intensity, but still a
cluster across North Kent, stretching from Lincolnshire and
also into western Scotland and we will keep a few showers as we go
through the night which are moving their way into northern England.
Another potential areas developing through Wales and the South West but
in between there will be dry weather, clearer skies and the
northern Scotland the clear skies could lead to a touch of Frost the
temperatures dipping away. A chilly thing first thing on Tuesday morning
and already we have a few showers are here and they will develop as
the day goes on with the possibility of locally heavy downpours. Although
some subtle change in the frequency of the showers, and really where we
are most likely to see them is on balance, a bit more sunshine in
Scotland than it should be fine and dry. A bit warmer through the low
lands. The greatest risk in Northern Ireland is in the south-east, and we
don't expect too many through the afternoon for parts of West Wales
and south-west England but the risk will increase as we had further
inland. Away from the showers, with light winds it should not feel too
bad at 14 or 15 degrees. The showers will clear away on Tuesday evening
and throughout the night it becomes dry and we could see patchy mist and
fog but underneath the clear skies temperatures will drop away. A cold
night to come, and the risk of a touch of Frost, so as we start
Wednesday morning it will be quite chilly, but any mist and fog should
lift to give most places a fine, dry and bright day. A bit more cloud
moving into the north-west where the breeze will pick up with patchy
light rain and drizzle arriving through the afternoon, and there is
the very small chance of an isolated shower and you will be unlucky to
catch one in the bright skies. Temperatures beginning to rise
between 15 and 20 degrees. There is a change happening in the end of the
weather week courtesy of high pressure building in. The weather
front is flirting with the North at times and will introduce a bit more
cloud, but most places should be dry. Brighter skies further south
and those temperatures starting to rise by the end of the week, where
we could be into the low 20s. Dry weather with sunny spells, worn by
the day but still the potential for things to be fairly chilly night --
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