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remaining unsettled. But there will still be dry and bright spells, on
the still be dry and bright spells, on
the cool side perhaps. Darren Bett has the National forecast.
All our weather this week will come in from the Atlantic. We started the
week with some major differences, sunshine here in western Scotland in
the Highlands, temperatures of 25 degrees around Glasgow. Contrast
that with grey skies, cool breeze in Southwold in Suffolk. Temperatures
are struggling to around 15. Still cloud spilling into the eastern side
of England overnight, still rain or drizzle here and there. Away from
here many places will be dry and there will be some spells of clearer
skies following the sunshine. Temperatures in towns and cities no
lower than 12 or 13. A cloudy start, we'll see the nagging breeze easing
away from East Anglia. Drizzly showers pushing through by late
morning and the power breaking up, sunshine coming through. Nice day
with light winds and sunshine. The cloud probably increasing in the
south-west later in the day. There may be one or two showers in the
West Country, south Wales. We could get the highest temperatures of 25
degrees or so and there will be many showers. It'll probably be dry in
the afternoon through eastern England, temperatures inland easily
20-22d, much better day than today. Similar in Northern Ireland,
clouding over in the West later, cloud from northern Scotland. One or
two showers around here perhaps, but on the whole it'll be dry. The is
still to come. Into the Atlantic, this was earlier today, we have to
focus on this area of cloud. At the moment it's a tangle of weather
fronts but things get more organised by Wednesday, deepening area of low
pressure washing our way, pushing in these weather systems. Strengthening
the wind, too. Quite a wet start for many western areas on Wednesday.
Early sunshine in the east. This rain pushing east. We all see some
rain, heaviest in the north, not much rain in the afternoon of East
Anglia and the south-east. Away from here, many areas after the spell of
rain seeing sunshine to end the day. That'll give a late boost to the
temperatures around 1920 degrees. Any remaining rain in the south-east
of England should pull away in the evening. -- around 19-20d. In the
north-west we'll pull in some cooler and fresh air. Sunshine around as
well on Thursday and Friday, but they'll be showers. Heaviest across
the North West, accompanied by some blustery winds as well.