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UK Forecast - October 11, 2016
Chilly again
Showers in east

Wednesday
Another chilly day for all on Wednesday. The easterly wind will be blowing showers into eastern England. Further west and south it should be drier and brighter with some sunny spells developing. The showers are going to be continuing into this afternoon, again most in the east although there could be a few in the northern Midlands too. Staying dry to the west and south with some sunny spells here. Highs near 11 to 15C.


Wednesday Night
It will be a cool night over all parts of the country. Showers affecting eastern coasts once again. Further west it is going to be dry with some clearer skies and the chance of a ground frost in more sheltered areas. A low risk of a shower affecting southern coasts of Cornwall and Devon. Lows at 3 to 8C.
 


Thursday
High pressure over Scandinavia. This brings an easterly flow through the UK and Ireland again. Cloud and some outbreaks of showery rain in the east and along southern coasts of England. The afternoon sees a few showers drifting into the Midlands and southern England, although staying mostly dry to the west with some brighter spells. Highs at 10 to 14C.
 


Friday
Lower pressure to the south of Ireland on Friday. Higher pressure remains to the north. An easterly flow will be bringing a fair amount of cloud through most of the country. Outbreaks of rain to the south and east, with plenty of cloud around for most. A few showers could affect western areas and it is going to be feeling cold for all places too. Highs at 10 to 13C.


 


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