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afternoon. Feeling cool. I leave you with an outlook for the next few
days and Peter Gibbs will afternoon. Feeling cool. I leave you
with afternoon. Feeling cool. I leave you
through the bank holiday weekend. Hello again. The atmosphere
through the bank holiday weekend. torrential downpours and an area of
thunderstorms worked northwards across many
thunderstorms worked northwards is going out of things now. More
showers spiralling in around an area of low pressure. Many places
showers spiralling in around an area see further rain at times
showers spiralling in around an area tonight. The rain
showers spiralling in around an area Ireland, fairly patchy hair. A chill
in air here, potential for snow across
the tops of the Grampians. A cold day here
the tops of the Grampians. A cold take a closer look at 8am tomorrow
morning, into the rush hour. take a closer look at 8am tomorrow
across northern England. Once you get into the East Midlands, East
Anglia, the south-east, these are likely to be the drier places to
Anglia, the south-east, these are start the day. Head further
this sets the scene for what you can expect from much of the day.
Slow-moving areas of expect from much of the day.
fair bit of water on the expect from much of the day.
England and Wales and the western parts of the Midlands. A bit quiet
England and Wales and the western of the Northern Ireland. The cool
breeze is a feature. Temperatures nine or 10 Celsius to start with,
colder than that across Scotland, particularly central and northern
Scotland. It will stay grey and damp, a chilly winter temperatures
struggling as a result. Across England and Wales, the heavier
outbreaks of rain tend to continue across these western parts. As you
go into central and across these western parts. As you
few brighter spells breaking through as the day wears on. Temperatures
up-to-the-minute or high teens, just 11 Celsius and eastern Scotland and
north-eastern parts of England. You might be thinking about the bank
holiday weekend. This does not look too promising to start with. An area
of low pressure across the southern half of the UK. It will produce some
slow-moving outbreaks of quite heavy rain. A few drier spells in between.
Temperatures lower generally. Not too much rain getting up into
Scotland and Northern Ireland. As the weekend goes on the
Scotland and Northern Ireland. As becoming generally fewer and further
between. A bit more sunshine breaking through, and as it does it
should start to warm up to some extent.
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