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WEATHER: Outlook of 'April showers' this week

by Kerrie Gosney
Rainbow in close up Credit: CAROL GREY

After the balmy end to March, wintry start to April & wet Bank Holiday - a more seasonal selection of weather this week.

From Tuesday a mixture of sunshine & showers. Some showers will be heavy and contain hail or thunder. Lighter winds later in the week could merge showers into longer spells of rain

WEATHER: Latest rainfall picture

by Kerrie Gosney
Radar rainfall 9th April 11.30am Credit: MET OFFICE

A lot of heavy rain in the south today. Much of the Border region will remain cloudy and showery.

Showers will develop for us overnight - some of them heavy and even falling as snow over the very tops of the hills.

A light dusting of the white stuff is possible by dawn.

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WEATHER: Bank Holiday Monday - pack an umbrella!

by Kerrie Gosney

Some would argue that tomorrow is a 'typical' weather day for a bank holiday.

A wet & windy morning with outbreaks of rain, heavy over hills. Sunny spells from the west later but heavy, thundery showers possible too.

Next week: Seasonal. Sunny spells. Heavy showers (often containing hail and thunder)

WEATHER: Easter Sunday

by Kerrie Gosney
Weather chart for Sunday 8th April Credit: MET OFFICE

A cloudy start with some rain & drizzle over hills. It should then dry up and brighten up a little.

Another weather system is due from the west later. This will bring thicker cloud, outbreaks of rain and strengthening winds. Temperatures not as chilly as yesterday 10 or 11C

Weather Update : A lot of cloud

by Kerrie Gosney
clse up of northern UK satellite image 4.15pm 7th April 2012
satellite image at 4.15pm 7th April 2012 Credit: MET OFFICE powered by GOOGLE

As you can see from the latest satellite picture - quite a lot of cloud today. Some good breaks over the last hour to Carlisle, Penrith, parts of the Galloway Forest and up towards Galashiels.

Expect cloudier and wetter conditions overnight, especially over hills.

The latest on ITV1 at 5.50pm

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