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weekend and we could see the low 20s by Sunday. Here is Darren with the
national weather. Hello. The weather has been a big
news in North America across the Masters in Augusta, for the first
time the par-3 competition was abandoned, the storms moving away
and sunshine windy for a while. Temperatures about 17, which is on a
par with what we had today in the south-east of Wales, blue skies
around here. That's from one of our weather watchers. More sunshine over
the next few days. Little or no rain once again, it's looking dry and as
we get more sunshine, especially in England and Wales this weekend, it
will be warming up. In stark contrast with what we are seeing at
the moment, dhil chilly out there where we have clearer skies across
the West Country, eastern Scotland, north-east England. It should and
dry night for most and temperatures generally about send in up tos and
cities. Tomorrow high pressure means light winds, probably in general we
will have more cloud than today. Biggest difference is we will come
across Scotland, because we have a stronger wind here, western Scotland
will see cloud and drizzle. Eastern Scotland will break up the cloud and
get some sunshine. Probably not much sunshine for Northern Ireland
through the day but some breaks and blue skies in north-east England.
Through the Midlands to East Anglia and the south-east more cloud than
today. It was very thin t will be bright and there will be sunshine at
times. Probably more sunshine across south-west England and South Wales.
Similar numbers really on Friday, if anything the cloud thinner so skies
should be brighter but again it is fine and dry. That's because we have
high pressure in charge but the position of the high will change as
we head into the weekend. This is where things really warm up. The
high pressure moves out into Europe. These weather fronts approach the
north-west. Especially during the second half of the weekend we get
more of a southerly breeze, that will draw in some very warm air and
bring more sunshine. Especially to England and Wales.
A good day on Saturday, it will be dry and fine away from the
north-west, some sunshine around, as well. Not really in the warm air
just yet but temperatures could get up to 16 or 17. It's really on
Sunday where we get bluer skies across England and Wales, sunshine
for a while for eastern Scotland. Generally coming into Scotland and
Northern Ireland there will be more cloud and this band of rain arrives
later in the day. It's not going to be warm everywhere on Sunday. The
real warmth likely to be across England and Wales where towards the
south-east of England we could see temperatures of 23.