01/05/2017 BBC Weather


01/05/2017

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Hello. We have just had the warmest day of the year so far in Northern

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Ireland. Very pleasant in the Sunshine - 20 Celsius in County

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Tyrone. Similar temperatures in western Scotland, and it is this

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part of the UK that will see the best of the weather this week. These

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are the shower clouds we saw earlier in England and Wales. White wet

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across the south-west, but now dry. More low cloud coming into eastern

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Scotland and north-east England. Towards the south-west, there could

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be one or two mist and fog patches after the earlier rain. Touch in

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Highland Scotland. High pressure will dominate the weather later in

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the week. This cheeky weather front here could spoil things a bit across

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central and eastern parts of England on Tuesday. We start the day with a

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mishmash of cloud and sunshine. As the wind picks up the cloud

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increases across eastern areas and bring some showers. For most of the

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day, it will be fine and sunny across south-west England and Wales.

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Quite warm in the sunshine. Turning cooler as the club thickens. Some

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showers, mostly light, but the odd heavy one in the south and east in

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the afternoon. Not a bad day for the north-west of England. Although

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there is a bit more cloud, Northern Ireland and western Scotland will

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see temperatures of around 16 Celsius. The shell was further south

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do eventually get blown towards Wales and the south-west. Then they

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will fade away. We get a brief respite, but more thickening cloud

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comes in from the North Sea to bring chambray bursts of rain into eastern

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England and anywhere south of the Humber. More sunshine in the West.

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The sunniest skies are written in the north, in the North of England,

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Northern Ireland and Scotland. These are the current sea temperatures. It

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is starting to warm up at this time of the. 10 Celsius if you're lucky

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across the southern North Sea. I show those because the wind is

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coming from the North Sea. This high-pressure dominates. What does

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it mean? Essentially, later in the week, it will be dry. There could be

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a few showers across southern England. There will be windy, and

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with the wind from the North Sea, it will be

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