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UK Forecast- December 03, 2016

Cold, sunny, breezy and dry

Frosty by night


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A cold, frosty start across Scotland and the far north of England. Here locally dense fog patches will clear this morning. Rather windy today across England and Wales and feeling cold. Lots of sunshine will be on offer across much of the United Kingdom today. Perhaps more cloud may be near some North Sea coasts and also across Northern Ireland. Expect maximums of 4 to 7 Celsius but feeling colder in those brisk east to north east winds.


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The winds will lessen as we go through the evening and night. It remains fine and dry into the overnight period with clear skies across Britain. Light winds and little in the way of cloud will allow a more widespread frost to develop along with the risk of some dense patches of fog. Expect minimum temperatures of -3 to +4 Celsius.


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Morning fog patches and frost is expected to clear away. For much of Britain high pressure to the south east will give another dry day with plenty of sunshine. The exceptions being across Northern Ireland, southern Wales and south west England where it will be cloudier. Fine and dry into the evening and for most places it remains dry overnight but some patchy light rain is possible across Northern Ireland and south west England. Central and eastern areas will see a frost overnight with more cloud in the west. Expect top temperatures of 2 to 8 Celsius.


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It becomes milder today. Some morning sunshine to come across eastern parts of England this morning. Elsewhere its cloudy with some patchy coastal rain and drizzle. A cloudy afternoon to follow with rain and drizzle expected across Northern Ireland, western Scotland, Wales and western parts of England. Eastern and southern areas will remain dry. A misty, murky and damp evening and night with outbreaks of rain and drizzle, this heavier in the north and the west. It also becomes windy in the west as milder conditions spread in across Britain. A good deal of low cloud and mist will affect western coasts and west facing hills. Look for high temperatures of 3 to 12 Celsius.


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