A cloudy end to the day but not as chilly as recent evenings.
Rain in the north and west will sweep eastwards but drying up come dawn leaving a generally dry and bright start tomorrow morning.
Showers will get going tomorrow afternoon but many areas will stay dry with spells of sunshine. Highs of 19C in the south-east possible but a cooler, fresher day in the west - more so in the notable breeze.
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