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outlook is often cloudy. Mainly dry, perhaps a little milder. If you like


the mild weather, you'll have to head elsewhere in the country. Find


out more in the national weather forecast. Our weather is going


against normal expectations this week. In Highland Scotland some snow


to be seen on the hills. Temperatures as high as 12 Celsius


today. Over the next few days the coldest air is in the far south-east


of England where there is sunshine to be had. Four or five Celsius in


Kent. Differences remain over the next few days and here is why. I


pressure in control of the weather. Some clear a continental air, but


coming into Scotland from the Atlantic plenty of clouds around.


Outbreaks of rain through Scotland and Northern Ireland overnight,


patchy drizzle into parts of England and Wales, but where you've got


cloud the temperatures are holding up. Clearer skies in parts of


south-east England and East Anglia, could get below freezing as the day


begins. One or two fog patches around. Here is the picture at 8am,


damp and justly in Scotland and Northern Ireland. Hill fog around.


Rain in East Scotland, parts of northern England and North Wales.


You could encounter some drizzle. As we move further south-east across


the UK, you notice how these temperatures are coming down, close


to freezing in the coldest parts of East Anglia and south-east England


with a touch of Frost. So sunshine will follow. Eastern Scotland should


begin to brighten up into the afternoon and could see 12 or 13


Celsius. Elsewhere plenty of cloud. Tending to be on the milder side for


many. A further south-east you are common cold it will feel despite any


sunshine you might see. Under clearer skies parts of East Anglia


and southern England on Tuesday night, fairly widespread and quite


sharp frost developing. You will feel that on Wednesday morning.


Cloud keeping the temperatures up. Best sunshine in southern England.


Mild and breezy into northern Scotland. Less pronounced


differences on Thursday and Friday. I pressure keeping most prices


settled into the weekend. The weather for the week


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