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keep it going into the weekend? It looks as though we can, a bit more
cloud looks as though we can, a bit more
cloud on Sunday. Now the national picture.
Good evening, it will gradually get colder in the UK in the next few
days, something we don't have to worry about in Australia at this
time of year. Of course it's the Australian tennis open at the moment
and there's a big storm moving through Melbourne at the moment.
Hopefully it will have cleared through by the time of Andy Murray's
match. We have high withers and light winds and some interesting
contrasts despite things being very slow moving, with the sunshine to
the south of the weather zone but stuck underneath the weather zone,
it's been another miserably grey day. No doubt quite dreary with some
patches of drizzle. This is how it looked in Staffordshire, under the
weather front. In the sunshine, despite the Frosty start, a
sparkling day and a fantastic sunset here in the Isle of Wight. Some
areas, in parts of Northern Ireland that haven't seen much sunshine this
week, actually saw the sun come out. This is Enniskillen. We are chasing
cloud, and where we don't have the cloud in northern Scotland there is
a good chance of seeing the aurora borealis overnight tonight, but it's
cold. The cold in the south is more widespread. There is less cloud
around. We are seeing fog developed through Cambridgeshire and parts of
the Wash and into Lincolnshire, but in the countryside, minus six
potentially tomorrow morning, just like this morning. Widely Frosty
across the southern half of the UK, with some patchy, freezing fog. Also
we could have the odd pocket of fog for the eastern side of the
Pennines, the Vale of York and parts of Northern Ireland where we have
had breaks in the cloud and the north-east of Scotland, where there
are holes in the cloud. That's where we will see the best of the sunshine
again. More widely tomorrow it looks as though Wales and across East
Anglia and Lincolnshire, not only warm, still only 5-7dC, very little
is going to change this weekend. The weather front is still withers,
slightly different orientation, so it's likely any bits of drizzle and
potentially snye turned -- sleet and snow for the Pennines will be in
eastern areas. The Pennines and perhaps up into the Grampians will
fare better. In the south-west we pick up more cloud. The temperatures
are lower than they have been this week, as I hinted at the beginning.
It's going to get colder this weekend, so a widespread frost. We
are gradually moistening up