It is a chilly but bright start to the day for northern parts. Meanwhile central and southern England, Wales and Northern Ireland start cold and rather cloudy.
It will be a fine day across the north and east of the country with plenty of sunny spells. As for the rest of the UK, the cloud from this morning will gradually melt away to leave a dry and bright afternoon with some sunny spells at times.
Feeling pleasant in any sunshine, combined with the light winds, giving a top temperature of 16 Celsius (61F).
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In Scotland and Northern Ireland there will be cloudy skies and outbreaks of rain for today, although during the evening skies could clear in some areas.
Across England and Wales though, most areas will see some sunshine at times through the day, with the best of the sunshine in the south-east.
For the south-west and Wales, skies will be cloudy for longer periods with heavy showers at times.
During the evening, there will be some heavy showers moving into England and Wales for a time, which will continue into northern England and Northern Ireland overnight, reaching Scotland by the morning tomorrow.
Top temperatures of 18 Celsius (64 F).
A band of rain across England and Wales will move north-westwards today, with heavy outbreaks expected over the hills in particular.
Scotland will see a mostly fine and bright day, perhaps with an odd shower or two in the northwest.
The brightest skies in the southeast will move northwards through the day, with rain arriving in the southeast later.
Top temperature 16 Celsius (61 F).
It will be dry and mostly cloudy for many today.
However, there will be some bright or sunny spells, particularly across the south and east, where it should feel quite pleasant, with temperatures reaching highs of 14 Celsius (57 F).
Meanwhile, cloud and rain will spread eastwards across parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland, followed by sunny spells and a few showers.
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The person was rescued by the fire service but
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