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Across the southern half of the UK today there will be variable amounts of cloud and sunny spells.
It will also be warmer than Wednesday with the highest temperatures in the southeast with 20C (68F) likely to be reached in the London area.
It will be cloudier and breezier across northern parts with some rain at times, most of which will be across the northwest Highlands where it will be persistent and heavy in places.
Tonight will remain dry across the south but it will feel quite chilly with a touch of frost in rural areas.Read the full story ›
Tonight it will remain dry and quite clear across the south but still feel quite chilly in rural areas.Read the full story ›
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Scattered locally heavy showers will affect the east and southeast of England today.
Meanwhile increasing cloud will feed patchy rain in across northwestern parts of the British Isles.
Elsewhere after a chilly start in places, any early showers will largely die out to leave a good deal of dry and bright weather.
There will still be a cool northwesterly wind today, although it will be lighter than of late and so it should feel more comfortable out and about. Temperatures will peak at 17C (63F).
With the wet weather leaving us overnight, we are left with colder, drier and clear night. However some will experience showers tomorrowRead the full story ›
Showers become confined to coastal areas, with clear spells for many leading to a colder nightRead the full story ›