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Weather Forecast Summary: Headline:
Mostly dry. Chilly in places tonight. Sunny spells tomorrow.
Weather Forecast for This Evening and Tonight:
Any residual light showers soon dying out, then becoming dry overnight, with light winds and some clear spells developing. Turning chilly in clearer spells with a touch of ground frost in places. Minimum Temperature 1C.
Weather for Saturday:
A mostly dry day with sunny spells, although there remains the chance of an isolated light shower, mainly near the coast. Feeling warmer than of late, and becoming breezier later. Maximum Temperature 14C.
Weather Outlook for
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Sunday, bright and breezy, and staying mainly dry. Rather cloudy on Monday with some rain for a time, winds easing. Tuesday, mostly dry with sunny spells developing.
UK Outlook for Wednesday 3 May 2017 to Friday 12 May 2017:
It will be largely fine and dry on Wednesday and Thursday, with bright or sunny spells likely. A few light showers are possible in the south, but it will be warm, or very warm in the west. Then from Friday onwards we are likely to see high pressure dominate. Easterly winds will develop, with largely dry and settled weather prevailing, and increasing amounts of sunshine. The settled weather is also likely to bring rather warm temperatures, especially during the sunnier interludes. It will feel cooler along eastern coasts however, and there will be the risk of sea fog at times here too. Some isolated showers may also be possible, again in the south or southwest.
UK Outlook for Friday 12 May 2017 to Friday 26 May 2017:
Heading into the middle of May, continued dry and settled weather remains most probable. There may however be some occasional wetter interludes though, with the south most likely to see these. Temperatures are likely to remain above average for the time of year, and they will possibly become very warm at times. It will also likely continue to be drier than average.
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