Cloudy with rain continuing, mainly affecting western facing hills.
However, this clearing southeastwards, allowing clearer, colder conditions to spread in from the north, reaching across the region by the early hours.
Some blustery showers giving snow on hills. Remaining windy. Minimum Temperature 4C.
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A wet and windy day in the west with some heavy and persistent rain likely across some western slopes, especially the Pennines.
The rain may be more intermittent elsewhere, but it will remain cloudy for all. Strong and gusty westerly winds.
Maximum Temperature 12C.
Outbreaks of rain will persist during the morning, heavy over the hills, and staying mild.
However clearer spells are then likely across Cumbria by dusk, as rain gradually clears southeastwards. Maximum Temperature 13C.
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Temperatures hitting 12C for parts of the region - well up on the 6.7C average for December.
The price we pay for that is plenty of cloud and some rain.
It will stay mild tomorrow before temperatures drop away by Friday.
Rather cloudy, with outbreaks of rain, especially over the hills and later in the day.
These could be heavy at times with widespread hill fog likely. Mild, with the best of any brighter spells in the east. Maximum Temperature 13C.