UK Forecast- September 02, 2014

Warm & dry

Broken cloud


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With high pressure building in across the United Kingdom, for much of the country it's going to be a fair, dry day to come and a warmer one as well. There may be some locally dense fog patches across central, southern and north eastern parts of England at first this morning, otherwise expect a day of varying cloud and sunnier intervals. Expect maximum temperatures of 17 to 24 Celsius.


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For much of the country it's going to remain dry through the evening and the night and were likely to see a good deal of low cloud developing. Where skies are clear, some locally dense fog patches are likely to develop. Expect minimum temperatures of 8 to 12 Celsius.



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Another fair and dry day to come across England and Wales with sunny spells and variable amounts of cloud after morning fog patches disperse. Warmer too. More in the way of shower activity is expected across much of Scotland and Northern Ireland and a few could be on the heavy side. By evening the showers will have faded all parts of the country then dry into the evening and night. Where skies are clear, could see a few dense fog patches developing. Maximum temperatures of 19 to 24 Celsius.


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Very warm across England and Wales today. Most places will see early low cloud and mist breaking to a dry day with sunny spells. There is a risk of a few well scattered showers across Wales with more showers expected across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Most places become dry this evening then cloudy overnight with fog patches. Maximum temperatures of 21 to 26 Celsius.


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