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UK Forecast - August 12, 2017
Pleasantly warm
Main dry, sunny spells

Apart from occasional showers across the Western Isles and north west Scotland, it's a fine, dry morning. Any early morning mistiness soon disperses to lots of sunshine. The afternoon sees scattered showers across northern parts of Scotland. More in the way of cloud develop in the afternoon but elsewhere it's a dry afternoon. Still some sunshine to come at times. Feeling pleasantly warm in the sunshine, especially in the south. Expect maximum temperatures of 16 to 23 Celsius.

Sunday Night
An area of low pressure and frontal system approaches from the west to bring some late evening rain to Northern Ireland and cloud to western parts of Britain. Eastern areas will be dry with some early evening sunshine. Overnight it becomes windier with an area of moderate to heavy rain across Northern Ireland, western Scotland, Wales and south west England. Fair and dry to the east. Expect minimum temperatures of 10 to 14 Celsius.

East Anglia and the south east are likely to be dry through the day with some hazy sunshine. The rest of Britain looks overcast and damp with outbreaks of rain and some showers, some heavy. Through the evening and the night it's expected to stay wet with showers and longer spells of rain. It remains quite breezy into the evening and the night. Expect highs of 15 to 24 Celsius.

A breezy and cloudy morning with rain near North Sea coasts and a scattering of showers across the country. In the afternoon more in the way of sunshine develops with a few showers, these most likely across western areas. Any showers fade away early in the evening with lots of early evening sunshine on offer. Showers are likely across north west Scotland overnight otherwise a fine, dry evening with clear skies and some patchy mist by morning. Expect highs of 17 to 23 Celsius.

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