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Outbreaks of rain and drizzle will affect western parts on Thursday, with the heaviest bursts towards the northwest where we could see coastal gales at times.
Central and eastern areas will have a dry but mainly cloudy day, with the best of the brightness over towards eastern coasts.
Top temperatures will be 12 or 13 Celsius (54 or 55 F).
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Cloud and outbreaks of rain and drizzle will affect western parts of the UK throughout the day.
However, it will be a much brighter, drier start in the east with lengthy sunny spells for many.
Into the afternoon cloud and rain will move into central and eastern parts with the best of the brightness in the far south east.
Winds will be gusty along western and eastern coasts as maximum temperatures reach 11 to 12C.
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