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Hello. We have just had the warmest day of the year so far in Northern
Ireland. Very pleasant in the Sunshine - 20 Celsius in County
Tyrone. Similar temperatures in western Scotland, and it is this
part of the UK that will see the best of the weather this week. These
are the shower clouds we saw earlier in England and Wales. White wet
across the south-west, but now dry. More low cloud coming into eastern
Scotland and north-east England. Towards the south-west, there could
be one or two mist and fog patches after the earlier rain. Touch in
Highland Scotland. High pressure will dominate the weather later in
the week. This cheeky weather front here could spoil things a bit across
central and eastern parts of England on Tuesday. We start the day with a
mishmash of cloud and sunshine. As the wind picks up the cloud
increases across eastern areas and bring some showers. For most of the
day, it will be fine and sunny across south-west England and Wales.
Quite warm in the sunshine. Turning cooler as the club thickens. Some
showers, mostly light, but the odd heavy one in the south and east in
the afternoon. Not a bad day for the north-west of England. Although
there is a bit more cloud, Northern Ireland and western Scotland will
see temperatures of around 16 Celsius. The shell was further south
do eventually get blown towards Wales and the south-west. Then they
will fade away. We get a brief respite, but more thickening cloud
comes in from the North Sea to bring chambray bursts of rain into eastern
England and anywhere south of the Humber. More sunshine in the West.
The sunniest skies are written in the north, in the North of England,
Northern Ireland and Scotland. These are the current sea temperatures. It
is starting to warm up at this time of the. 10 Celsius if you're lucky
across the southern North Sea. I show those because the wind is
coming from the North Sea. This high-pressure dominates. What does
it mean? Essentially, later in the week, it will be dry. There could be
a few showers across southern England. There will be windy, and
with the wind from the North Sea, it will be