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Dry tonight, then turning cloudier and breezier tomorrow.Read the full story ›
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Brightening up today, but turning quite chilly tonight.
A cloudy start, with some rain probably still affecting eastern counties. It will turn brighter from the west, with the best of the sunshine through the afternoon. However, it will feel a little cooler than of late. Maximum temperature 19 deg C.
Tonight: Evening sunshine will give way to a dry night with prolonged clear periods, although a few fog patches may form by dawn. Turning chilly, especially in more rural locations. Minimum temperature 7 deg C.
Tomorrow: A chilly, but sunny start. Cloud will increase through the day, and while most places will remain dry, the odd shower is possible, and it will also become breezier. Maximum temperature 20 deg C.
Outlook: A few showers are possible on Monday and Tuesday, with perhaps a greater risk on Wednesday. Some sunshine in between, with temperatures taking a marked warming trend.