UK Forecast - October 31, 2016
Rain in Scotland
Dull, misty south

A band of cloud across central and eastern parts of England this morning, associated with a weakening cold front. This may produce one or two spots of rain in East Anglia and southeast England, although this tending to fade away. The cloud should break with some bright or sunny spells coming through. Feeling much cooler than recently. Cold and breezy in Scotland with some showers around the coasts. These penetrating further inland during the afternoon and turning to snow on hills. However, the central and southern parts of Scotland should be staying dry and bright. A bright and chilly day for Ireland too with some reasonable spells of sunshine throughout. Highs at 8 to 14C.

Tuesday Night
Showers in northern and eastern Scotland overnight with a brisk northwest wind blowing here too. Elsewhere it will be dry with some clear spells, the best of them in southern and western parts of England and Wales. A few showers could affect west coasts of Scotland and north Wales. Lows near 0 to 5C so a touch of frost through many central and southern parts.

A much cooler day for all on Wednesday with low pressure to the east of the UK and a ridge of high pressure to the west. This results in a northwest flow affect all areas. It will be brighter for many with some good spells of sunshine, the best of these in the west. Some showers around the coasts of Scotland, an odd one on the coasts of eastern England too. Northern Wales may catch the odd shower. Highs at 7 to 10C.

A ridge of high pressure across England and Wales on Thursday. This brings morning mist and fog patches as well as a widespread frost. The mist and fog slow to clear, but once it has the day should be fair with reasonable spells of sunshine. Low pressure to the northwest of Scotland brings rain to much of western Scotland and Ireland. Feeling cold with highs at 7 to 10C.

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