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Through this evening and overnight it will remain cloudy with persistent rain, but it will turn drier with some clear spells in the north by dawn.
Cloudy skies and breezy winds will keep temperatures above freezing overnight.
Minimum Temperature 5 °C.
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A deep area of low pressure is moving in later this week and will bring stormy weather to the UK.
Warnings are in place for very strong winds on THURSDAY and the risk of snow over higher ground.
It has become the fourth named storm of the season - Storm Doris.
People in the 'amber area' are being told to 'Be Prepared' for damaging winds.
Snow could cause problems over higher routes.
Several warnings are in place. You can keep up with the updates here.
Some early sunshine, but it will turn progressively cloudier from the southwest, with some heavy rain arriving later in the day.
Mild again, and increasingly breezy.
Maximum Temperature 12 °C.
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The average daytime high for this time in February is around 7C for the Border region.
Today we are around 5C above that with temperatures reaching the double digits.
In fact it has reached 16.5C at Monks Wood in Cambridgeshire, making it the highest temperature of 2017 so far.
But the milder weather is not set to last.
As we make our way towards the end of the week a change in wind direction will bring much colder conditions.
For Thursday there is a risk that rain will turn to snow above 150 metres.
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