After the wet winter we can enjoy a week of dry and settled weather
With high pressure in charge the days ahead remain largely dry and settled
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We've seen largely cloudy and dull start in the south but cloud will gradually break up to leave another dry day with a good deal of sunshine.
With light winds, it will feel pleasant. Maximum temperature - 13 deg C (55 deg F).
Tonight:Largely dry and clear through the evening, but with clear spells and light winds overnight temperatures will fall, with a frost and patchy mist or fog forming in places.
A largely cloudy and dull start to the day, but cloud will gradually break up to leave a dry and settled day for most with sunny spells and light winds. Maximum temperature 13 °C.
Cloud will persist through the evening and for much of the night, although some breaks are possible in the west where there is a risk of fog patches forming. Minimum temperature 2 °C.
A largely cloudy and dull start to the Tuesday, but cloud will gradually break up to leave a dry and settled day for most with sunny spells and light winds. Maximum temperature 13 °C.
Spring has sprung! After a lovely weekend, it's shaping up to be a good week too.
It is feeling slightly cooler today, due to winds coming from the north-east, so temperatures are back to where we expect for this time of the year.
There will be strong sunny spells for the rest of the day, with more cloud down south, and brightness up north.
Maximum temperatures of around 13C.
It will be cloudy tonight, with a chance of frost near the coast tomorrow morning.
Tomorrow starts with a bit of cloud, but the sun will break through again.
There will be more bright spells, particularly further north, with temperatures up to 13C again.
After a balmy weekend where summer came very early indeed - and temperatures got as high as 17C in Wales - the sunshine is going to continue today.
It will be a bit cooler than Sunday though, with maximum temperatures of around 13C.
It has been a cloudy start, with fog, mist and drizzle in some places. The cloud will linger though, helping to keep the temperature slightly lower.
Tonight, there will be more cloud, and a minimum temperature of 2C.
Tomorrow will start a bit dull, but the cloud will break up to leave it dry and settled, with clear sunny spells, and temperatures up to 13C again.
The weather forecast for this weekend looks very promising - mostly dry, with sunny spells and warm temperatures for this time of year.
It started damp this morning, but that has cleared away, with some beautiful sunshine and temperatures between 10 and 13C.
It will be staying mainly dry overnight, but there will be a few spots of light rain and drizzle on Saturday morning.
They should fade away into the afternoon, replaced by sunshine, and more mild temperatures - up to 14 and 15C.
There will be some heavy bursts of rain in places first thing, but this should ease and clear fairly readily this morning. As the day progresses, it will become drier and brighter, with lengthy sunny spells by this afternoon. Maximum temperature 14 deg C (57 deg F).
Dry, clear and quite chilly for much of the night, with a patchy frost for a time. Clouding over towards the end of the night, and becoming increasingly breezy. Minimum temperature 0 deg C (32 deg F).
A cloudy start, though largely dry. Brightening up through the day, with some warm sunshine for many during the afternoon. Perhaps clouding over in the far west later. Maximum temperature 15 deg C (59 deg F).
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Some warm sunshine on Sunday, especially towards the southeast, but gradually clouding over from the northwest. Brightening up again on Monday, and remaining dry and bright on Tuesday.
After a dismal day today the rain is set to continue overnight.
Friday morning should see some patchy showers but clearing away to leave a bright and sunny start to the weekend.