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from time to time. Staying settled still. Nick has the national
forecast this evening. Hello. If you are watching the
football earlier it turned out to be an evening for football fans in
Lincolnshire. This is how it looked at the start of the day. No idea
whether this weather watcher is a football fan, it's a fan of weather
that matters here. All sorts of weather, from 13 in Aberdeenshire to
two, despite the sunshine in Kent. I wonder if this six in the cloud
across the Midlands into northern England and parts of Wales felt
colder, particularly in these misty and foggy conditions in this weather
watcher view. Some drizzly rain around at times still from the
thicker cloud into parts of England and Wales overnight, hill fog too.
Cloud for Scotland and Northern Ireland, although a few breaks in
eastern Scotland and close to freezing, but the coldest weather
overnight is where the skies are clearest, that's parts of the
south-east. A hard frost setting in for some in the countryside, already
close to minus four in a couple of spots. Minus seven is possible in
the morning because this part of the UK is closest to the cold air
starting to feed in but that's about as far as it's going to get because
most have the air coming from the Atlantic. Mild with plenty of cloud.
There is a frost for the Channel Islands and much of south-east
England and parts of East Anglia to start tomorrow. It will feel cold
even though you don't have a frost in this cloudy zone, into parts of
Wales and some in northern England, still damp and drizzly in places and
fog patches are possible. A lot of cloud in Northern Ireland, mainly
dry and drizzly rain also pushing into the hills of western Scotland.
A bit of rain developing into Shetland. For eastern parts of
Scotland during the day bright and sunny spells developing and brighter
breaks into north-east England. Generally speaking, sunshine will be
hard to come by, from thicker cloud you could see some rain. Probably
the best of the sunshine into the far south-east of England. Perhaps
developing into parts of south-west England. Here temperatures lower
compared with elsewhere. Still very mild for the time of year but breezy
in northern Scotland. Looks like the clear skies tomorrow evening and
night not as extensive across southern most parts of the UK.
Plenty of cloud going into Thursday, despite the cloud many places will
be dry but again you could encounter patchy rain or drizzle. And little
change with high pressure in control for the rest of the week and into
the weekend, maybe at the weekend better chance for seeing sunny
spells but also catching frost overnight and where you are mild now
temperatures come down a few degrees. The forecast for where you
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