Rain with strengthening winds in the north-west will move slowly south eastwards over the UK, although this should gradually become lighter and patchier over time.
The south-east however will slowly cloud over after a bright start, but should stay dry till evening.
Top temperature 16 Celsius (61F).
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A chilly start for many this morning but a bright day will follow with a mixture of sunny spells and some showers.
The showers will become heavy at times, with hail and thunder possible across eastern parts, whereas southwestern England likely to see the best of the dry conditions.
It will be less windy than of late and feel warmer too. Top temperature 14 Celsius (57F).
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A mixture of rain, sleet and snow will affect parts of Scotland and Northern England today, this clearing slowly eastwards whilst gradually turning patchier.
Elsewhere, a mixture of sunshine and blustery showers, the showers heavy at times, and some wintry, especially in the north.
A cool and breezy day, with a high of 13 Celsius.