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UK Forecast - October 06, 2012
Rain in south west
Mainly dry, sunny

A dry morning to come across the United Kingdom with good sunny spells. Some patches of ground fog and patchy frost in the north clears. Cloud will be increasing through the morning across south west England and some light rain will spread into Cornwall and Devon through the afternoon. The rest of the country stays fine and dry with sunny spells and patchy cloud. Expect top temperatures of 11 to 14 Celsius.

Sunday Night
It turns cloudier across Wales and much of central and southern England through the evening and night with some patchy bits of rain though this may be a bit more steady across south west England ands southern Wales. To the north it starts dry with clear spells with a frost across Scotland and northern England. Expect minimum temperatures of 1 to 3C in the north, 5 to 10 Celsius in the south.

More cloudy across England and Wales today with some rain to come across Wales and south western parts of England. This may drift into the far south and the West Midlands in the afternoon. Continued dry across the remainder of the country with sunny spells. The rain lingers in the far south and south west into the evening and night with a cold, frosty night in the north under clear skies. Maximum temperatures of 12 to 14 Celsius.

So a cold start with a frost in the north. Not much change to come today with rain across South Wales and the south west of England. This may turn heavier in the afternoon. That rain persists in the south west into tonight while a frost develops in the north again with well broken cloud. Maximum temperatures of 11 to 15 Celsius.

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