UK Forecast - October 07, 2012
Rain in south west
Mainly dry, sunny

Monday
Cloudy across central and southern England and Wales this morning with outbreaks of rain across south Wales and southern England. This may be heavy in the south east. In the afternoon light rain is likely from the South Midlands into southern England and South Wales but may become heavy across Cornwall. To the north expect a dry day with good sunny spells after a cold start with patchy frost. Expect top temperatures of 11 to 14 Celsius.


Monday Night
This evening and tonight the rain becomes confined largely to south west England with the bulk of Britain dry. Another cold night in the north with a risk of a frost from North Wales into northern England and Scotland where skies will be clear. Expect minimum temperatures of 0 to 2C in the north, 6 to 10 Celsius in the south.


Tuesday
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 and may spread into the extreme southern counties of England. That rain persists in the south west, South Wales and the far south into tonight while a frost develops in the north again with well broken cloud. Maximum temperatures of 10 to 12 Celsius.


Wednesday
More cloudy across western parts of Britain today. Patchy light bits of rain across south west England and Wales drift north into Northern Ireland in the afternoon. Tonight the rain spreads in across Scotland and continues across Northern Ireland, Wales and south west England with a few heavier bursts possible. To the east it remains dry but with more cloud, not as cold in the north. Maximum temperatures of 11 to 15 Celsius.


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