It will be mainly dry and bright today with plenty of sunny spells.
There will be a few showers to the far northwest, with a wintry element over the hills of Scotland.
Light and patchy rain will push in from the southwest, and the cloud will thicken across the south and south Wales through the day.
Top temperature will be 12 degrees Celsius (54F).
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It will be a wet start to the day for much of the UK with heavy rain and some snow across northern areas, mainly over higher ground, with strong winds across western Scotland.
Through the morning, the rain and snow will move east, clearing all but the far east by the afternoon.
Drier, sunnier but breezy conditions will follow from the west. Top temperature 13 Celsius (55F).
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Most places will have a dry day with plenty of sunshine, after a cold and frosty start.
However, the odd shower is possible across the east and south-east of England, and cloud will thicken across Northern Ireland and western Scotland later, with rain arriving towards the evening.
It will become breezy as the rain arrives, but lighter winds are expected elsewhere. Top temperature 11 Celsius (52F).
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