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A very warm welcome to you.
Let's see if there's any warmer weather on the way,
because in the last couple of days it's been on the chilly side,
and it certainly has been very cold in the Highlands of Scotland,
cold enough for snow, and a rare red squirrel there playing in the snow.
And talking about red,
a beautiful red sunset here in King's Cross in London.
So, the next few days are certainly going to be that little bit milder.
We're not talking about any particularly high temperatures,
but you'll notice those temperatures creeping up by at least
three or four degrees across most of the UK.
And the reason for it is we have the jet stream, which is pushing
in weather fronts in our direction. That means some cloud and rain.
Then you can see this wedge of slightly warmer air
drifting off the Atlantic and the cold air that's been over us
the last few days moving away towards the east.
And this process is under way, so we have a lot of cloud,
spots of rain around across some northern and western areas,
but it's not going to be like it for everybody on Tuesday.
In fact, there is some fine weather around, as well,
and that's going to be across Scotland. Here, a lovely autumn day.
It is going to feel on the nippy side, though.
Temperatures around six degrees,
so perhaps not everywhere is it going to be mild.
But by the time we get to northern England,
the Midlands and the south, here temperatures will be
into double figures during the course of the afternoon.
You can see it's not going to be sunny at all,
because there'll be a lot of cloud around
and there'll be some dribs and drabs of rain.
That's because the weather front is pretty much
sitting on top of southern parts of the UK. So that's Tuesday.
Now, Tuesday night,
it looks like it might turn quite foggy almost anywhere across the UK,
so there could be some problems with
travel first thing in the morning on Wednesday.
So let's have a look at that mist and fog, then.
It will be mostly across the southern half of the UK,
but I wouldn't rule out some fog patches further north, as well.
So, early in the morning, a lot of low grey cloud.
There'll be mist and fog particularly in the prone areas
but certainly not everybody,
because there will be some sunshine first thing, as well.
Those temperatures could actually get up
to about 13 degrees if the sun does come through.
In the north, always a little bit colder, closer to seven degrees.
There was a little bit of rain across the north of the country,
and on Thursday we are expecting another weather front to
move in, so north-western areas on Thursday, a cold front moves
through, we have some cloud and rain, the breeze picks up, as well.
To the south of that, if the clouds break, briefly temperatures could
even get into the low teens, around 13 degrees, for example, in London.
But that weather front is through by the time we're through the week,
and you can see those temperatures behind the cold front dip down
a little bit, back to single figures across, say,
the northern two thirds of the country.
And then into the weekend. Once the weather fronts have gone,
it looks like this high pressure will start to build.
This high pressure's going to do one of two things.
First of all, in the south, west and central parts of the country
it'll be calm, so we could see a return of mist and fog here.
But northern and eastern areas,
quite a stiff wind blowing out of the north or the north-west.
So the thinking is that that high pressure which is going to
be affecting many central and south- western areas through Saturday
will probably drift across the UK into Sunday
and we'll all be under the influence of that high pressure,
and the thinking is it won't be sticking around just through
the weekend but also well into next week.
So here's the summary for next week.
The high pressure persists, it'll be fairly chilly,
and with that will come a risk of frost and fog.
That's it from me. Thanks for watching.