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High pressure building. Settled few days ahead for the North West

Conditions look good to end the working week and start the weekend.

THURSDAY:

After a cloudy and damp start, some sunny spells developing - and remaining in the south for much of the afternoon. Further north and west cloud will gradually become thicker, with rain developing over the Cumbrian hills. Warm and fairly humid highs to highs 21°C.

OVERNIGHT:

Cloud and patchy (mainly light) rain will travel southeastwards during the evening, clearing into the early hours to leave a cold and clear second half of the night. A few fog patches are possible in prone locations. Lows 7°C.

FRIDAY:

A chilly start, but with plenty of sunshine. Staying dry with sunny spells through the day, and feeling pleasant by the afternoon with light winds. Highs to the mid September average of 18°C.

WEEKEND:

Another chilly start on Saturday, but staying dry, sunny and feeling warm during the day. Sunday will turn cloudy from the north with some rain later. Fresher on Monday.