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UK Forecast - December 05, 2016
Murky & milder
Breezy west

Plenty of cloud around through most areas today. There will be some brighter spells in the far northeast of Scotland. Thicker cloud in western parts bringing some drizzle and outbreaks of rain here, most of it affecting the west of Ireland and western Scotland. Rather murky across the rest of England and Wales with fog patches in places. These lasting well into the afternoon in parts of the the east. Lts of hill fog too. Milder air arrives in the west and south with highs here of 12C, nearer 7C in eastern England and 4C in northeast Scotland.

Tuesday Night
A dull, murky and mild night to come for most. There will be lots of low cloud around with some fog on the hills. Outbreaks of rain in Scotland and western Ireland. Breezy in western areas too. becoming milder during the night with lows for many at around 5 to 8C.

A mild southwest flow covers the whole of the UK and Ireland on Wednesday with low pressure to the west and high pressure to the east. Rather murky with some drizzle in many central and eastern areas, although this tending to fade. Breezier conditions with cloud and outbreaks of rain across Ireland and western Scotland, this edging eastwards during the day. A much milder day for all with highs of 10 to 13C.

The mild southwesterly flow continues through Thursday. A front will be affecting eastern parts of England at first bringing some showery rain. This clears with brighter skies following fro the west. Western coasts and hills may again be troubled by some low cloud and fog, although overall it should be dry. Very mild again with tops at 10 to 14C.