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UK Forecast - October 01, 2016
Sunny and mainly dry
Chilly night, touch of frost

A few early, residual showers across eastern parts of East Anglia and Kent will soon clear away to the east. An area of high pressure will dominate the weather across Britain. Any morning mist and fog across Scotland, Wales and the south west will clear. Lots of sunshine to come across the country today. Quite breezy across eastern parts of England, Expect maximums of 12 to 17 Celsius.

Sunday night
Through the evening and the night it becomes very windy across western parts of Britain. A fine, dry evening to come with well broken cloud. It continues dry overnight with more cloud spreading in across Northern Ireland and north western parts of Scotland. Some mist and fog patches are likely to form across central and southern parts of England. A touch of frost may develop in some rural locations. A chilly night with minimum temperatures of 4 to 8 Celsius.

It continues quite windy across the western half of Britain today. Some rain may affect the Western Isles at times. Most parts of the United Kingdom though will be dry with long spells of unbroken sunshine. Feeling pleasantly warm across central and eastern areas with less wind. Fine, dry and clear into the evening and the night but an area of rain is expected to move in across Northern Ireland before morning. Expect top temperatures of 14 to 18 Celsius.

Quite a breezy day for all today, especially towards the north west. Outbreaks of rain across Northern Ireland will gradually spread in across western parts of Scotland into Wales and perhaps south west England. The best of the sunshine today should be across the far south and across south east England. Most of the rain tends to fizzle out tonight with skies clearing from central and southern parts of England. Look for high temperatures of 14 to 18 Celsius.

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