UK Forecast - November 23, 2014
Dry for most
Cold, morning dense fog south

A colder day across the country but with high pressure dominating, much of Britain will be dry. Some fog patches around this morning and these may be dense across The Midlands and southern parts of England. These should lift to low cloud then sunnier spells by the afternoon. An area of rain spreads in across Northern Ireland and western Scotland during the afternoon with the rest of Britain dry with sunny spells. Maximum temperatures of 6 to 8 Celsius.

Monday night
Rain across western Scotland becomes patchy as it drifts into north west England in the evening then fades away in the night. The rest of Britain will be dry during the evening and night with a cold night ahead producing a widespread frost and once again fog is likely to develop, becoming dense across the Midlands into north eastern parts of England. Cloud increase in the south with some rain along the channel coast by morning. Expect lows of -1 to 5 Celsius.

Fog clears the Midlands early this morning but may linger in the north east until afternoon. Outbreaks of rain across southern England and South Wales in the morning spread into much of England and Wales in the afternoon. There is uncertainty how far north the rain across England may extend. Some light, patchy rain may affect Northern Ireland and northern Scotland. The evening and night appears wet across England and Wales and this will keep temperatures up. Expect maximum temperatures of 5 to 8 Celsius.

Overcast, grey and misty across England and Wales. The rain becomes patchy and light in the afternoon. Northern Ireland and Scotland should be fair and dry. Patchy rain may persist across East Anglia and the south east during the evening and the night. Dry and cold in the north and the west with clear spells and a frost. Maximum temperatures of 6 to 10 Celsius.

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