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breeze I suspect it will feel
temperatures in double figures. Can
we keep it up? The long answer to
that is yes, we can. Maybe a little
bit of rain on Sunday. Good evening.
The temperature has been inclement
over the last couple of days. We had
a spinning mass of cloud on our
satellite picture. This band of
cloud dragging its heels at the
moment across parts of the
south-east. There is further rain to
come here. Overnight, these guys
will clear. We will see a fair rash
of showers pushing in from the west.
It will be a chilly night, not as
cold as last night. Cold enough for
a patchy frost and ice in northern
areas. For most tomorrow it will
start with dry skies and son --
sunshine. Some showers will be
wintry. Generally speaking, the
further south you are, the few
showers you will see. The better
chance of staying dry with some
sunshine. Our high resolution model
shows a few showers in Wales and
Northern Ireland. A few for the
western side of northern Ireland.
Generally quite breezy up to the
north-west of Scotland and a real
split in temperatures as well. Five
in Edinburgh compared with 11 in
London. High pressure will extend
more of an influence across southern
areas as we get into Friday. Some
dry weather to come here. Further
north, the low pressure not far
away. We will continue to see some
showery rain and hill snow. Further
south across England and Wales,
perhaps the cold frosty start but a
fair amount of sunshine. Still
pretty mild. Further north
temperatures showing signs of
creeping upwards. Saturday should
bring a fair amount of dry weather.
Some showers up towards the north
and generally large areas of cloud
floating around. Still relatively
mild. 11 or 12 degrees in the south.
A bit of rain showing its hand out
west. There is a lot of uncertainty
about this part of our forecast but
it may be across Saturday night into
Sunday, we do see some rain crossing
eastwards across the country.
Whichever way we live at it as we