Issued: 0915 Sunday 9th March 2014
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Lots of sunshine
A strong area of high pressure will dominate the United Kingdom throughout the course of this upcoming week giving most parts of the country a fine, settled and spring-like week with plenty of sunshine. Some fog patches and frosts are likely by night with fog patches clearing in the morning.
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It will be settled and dry with strong high pressure over Britain. All parts will be dry with good sunny spells after early frost and fog patches clear. Continued mild. Expect a patchy frost overnight. Maximum temperatures of 10 to 15C.
Continued settled, mild and dry. All parts will be dry with good sunny spells after early frost and fog patches clear. A few fog patches may be locally dense at first. Dry and clear tonight with a returning frost along with some mist and fog. Maximum temperatures of 11 to 16C.
Friday we may see some rain into the far west of Britain later in the day. The rest of Britain stays dry, mild and mostly sunny with morning fog patches in the south clearing. Highs of 11 to 16C.
Milder but perhaps more cloudy with some patchy rain in the west fading, generally dry for most central and eastern areas with the best of the sunshine. Maximum temperatures of 10 to 15C.
Windier in the north today and we may see some rain across Scotland and Northern Ireland - remaining fair and dry for much of England and Wales. Expect high temperatures of 10 to 15C.
It looks to stay quite mild across much of the country with some rain perhaps into the far west late in the day, staying fine and dry across central and eastern areas. Expect highs of 11 to 16C.