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rain on Saturday. The national picture now from Nick Miller.
It looks like next week high pressure will become a player again
in our weather, settling things down for some of us for a time but until
then it is low-pressure, rain moving across the UK overnight but not wet
all the time. Many of us at a fine day today, this was at you from West
Yorkshire and Yorkshire and northern England and Northern Ireland will
farewell tomorrow, after this frontal system has pushed on through
the UK with rain. But as it does, it introduces milder air so for the
rest of the week we will have temperatures widely into double
figures. Back to the here and now and that rain which has been like an
patchy across the west of the UK during the day and is now gathering
strength and pace with heavy bursts as it pushes west to east and some
snow on top of the hills in northern England and especially in Scotland
for a time. A mild night across southern parts with the rain
lingering into the morning and colder feel in Scotland later in the
night with a stronger wind, strong to gale force tomorrow pushing
through plenty of showers especially northern Scotland. Not many in the
central belt, or southern Scotland and for Northern Ireland and
northern England it should be dry for both is -- most of us with some
sunny spells. Dry in North Wales and North Midlands but elsewhere in the
Midlands and South world of East Anglia and the southern part of
Ingleby deep cloud around and we will have outbreaks of rain
occasionally -- part of England. Still those very blustery showers
throughout the day in northern Scotland with some gusts of 60 mph
but in southern Scotland, Northern Ireland, northern England, North
Midlands and North Wales, mainly dry and in the sun trap it will feel
mild and quite pleasant. Tomorrow evening, still in the southern
England and South Wales outbreaks of Wales and in Scotland through the
night these blustery showers. They will still be there first thing
Thursday but they will ease off. Still stump cloud in the far south,
maybe some patchy cloud in the far south-west but you can see the fine
weather on Thursday, bright or sunny for many of us but on Friday there
will be a band of cloud and rain spreading north and keeping plenty
of cloud across the UK so still mild for most but it will look very
different. The picture at the start of the weekend, still low-pressure
and weather front moving through, spells of wet weather, dry brighter
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