UK Forecast - October 08, 2015
Variable cloud, some sun
Increasingly breezy south

High pressure centred toward the east of Britain brings a dry and bright day for many areas. Early fog patches will thin during the morning, leaving a good amount of sunshine for England & Wales. Partly cloudy skies affect Scotland & Ireland giving some drizzly rain at times, mainly in the west. Light winds overall, but expect a breeze from the south or south-east in the west & north. Highs 15 to 18C, warmest south, but locally also 17C in north-east Scotland.

Friday night
The easterly breeze will continue to freshen in the far south, otherwise winds will be very light overnight. Mist and fog will form across sheltered inland areas, mainly in the north, most widely Vale of York and central-southern Scotland. Drizzly rain in the far north-west, otherwise it stays dry. Overnight lows ranging from 8C in the south, to between 2 and 5C in Wales & NW England. Scotland & Ireland nearer 6 to 10C where cloud persists.

High pressure to the east of Britain maintains dry weather for most areas. Fronts toward the west & north-west of Britain & Ireland bring cloudy conditions and a few spots of rain here. Sunshine breaking through from time to time, most frequent in the north-east, whilst west Wales may also fare well for sunshine. A brisk easterly breeze for England & Wales, strongest around the south coast. Sunshine likely best in the north & east. Highs 14 to 16C.

High pressure located to the east, and also west of the British Isles, whilst weak frontal systems are to the north and south. A lot of cloud is likely, with limited sunshine overall, although most areas should remain dry. However, a little rain and drizzle is expected in north-west Scotland, perhaps a few other western regions. A breeze from the east or south-east, making it feel cool along North Sea coasts. Top temperatures 13 to 16C.

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