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A bit of a mixed bag earlier on today, some of us were cloudy with
rain. This is the view from one of our weather watchers in Cornwall.
But in the Highlands of Scotland, it was completely different, find,
sunny and warm. The satellite and radar picture shows the variety of
weather we have had. It brightened up into the afternoon, early
evening. The north-east of Scotland and England have extensive low
cloud, missed, fog. If you showers getting into the south coast by the
end of the night. It is not a cold night. Into the morning, many
Southern counties will do quite well. There is the chance of a
shower or two, most of them are gone by 9am. A lot of dry weather.
Variable cloud, some sunshine. More cloud for North Wales and other
England. Not too much rain east of the Pennines. Pretty cloudy in
Northern Ireland, rain not too far away. The grey weather into the
morning. Scattered showers for the Western and Northern Isles. It will
always be the western side that sees the strongest wind and more rain and
showers. Head further south and east, the wind is lighter and it is
mostly dry. It will be pleasantly warm. Through the evening, another
band of rain comes in from the West. This will move further leet swiftly
from West to East. Most of it should be out into the North Sea by dawn,
although it will linger for a time in the north-east of Scotland. It
will move out of the way, then we have plenty of sunshine. There will
be some showers developing, most will be in the Northwest. A lot of
dry and bright weather across the bulk of England and Wales. Sunday
night into Monday, we start to see a fairly significant area of low
pressure heading our way. It will turn increasingly wet and windy as
we get on into Monday. Some of the rain in the Northwest could be quite