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A cloudy but dry day for most, however there will be a little rain and drizzle around, this most likely in the northeast where the rain could be a heavier at times.
Western and northwestern parts will have some sunshine and it should turn brighter in the southeast through the day as well.
It will be breezy though, especially in the southwest where there is the risk of gales, which will make it feel chilly despite the mild temperatures.
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Cloud cover will keep temperatures overnight a little warmer than usual for this time of year. Expect some mist and fog by morning.Read the full story ›
Disappointing grey skies, with a lot of cloud cover for most of the UK, but it will remain mainly mild for the time of year.Read the full story ›
For many it will be another dull, damp and misty day with extensive fog across central and eastern England with some rain here as well.
The dull and damp conditions will extend north into southern and eastern Scotland whilst there is likely to be an improving picture over southern UK.
It should be mainly dry and somewhat brighter in the west and northwest with temperatures on the mild side however it will become breezy in the southwest.
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