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Soggy Sunday for the North West. Further rain later on Monday

Overlooking Burnley & Pendle Credit: PETER STAWICKI

SUNDAY:

Rain will turn progressively heavier for most during the morning before pushing away to the North. Thundery showers could develop during the afternoon but also with the potential for some late brightness where it will feel more pleasant. Highs 16°C.

OVERNIGHT:

Mainly dry barring a few showers early on. Fog is likely over high ground with temperatures noticeably cooler giving a chance of grass frost in rural locations. Rural lows could dip to 3°C over Lancs. Pennines and Cumbria.

MONDAY:

Mist and fog in places to start before a dry morning with a few sunny spells. Cloud will increase and into the afternoon rain approaches from the southwest. Feeling cooler out of any brighter breaks. Highs 13°C.

OUTLOOK:

Sunny periods will be likely for many during Tuesday, well scattered showers, feeling warmer.

Strong winds and rain return into Wednesday and perhaps again on Thursday, but with some sunshine in between.