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Still very cool. Mixed Bank Holiday weekend


Yet another much cooler day than would be expected on Friday. Northern and eastern regions will have a few showers, but many southern and western parts should be dry. They'll be sunny spells today, but also quite a lot of cloud more especially in the east. Temperatures will be below par at 13-20c.

High pressure will start to ridge in from the Atlantic on Saturday, so although eastern counties will still have a risk of showers on Saturday, many central and western regions will be dry with sunny spells. Temperatures could reach 21c (70f) on the south coast. Sunday may start very cold with a risk of ground frost as far south as Wales and the Midlands, but with high pressure over the country it should be a nice day on Sunday with good sunny spells. Temps reaching 21c on the south coast.

The weather goes down-hill on Bank Holiday Monday with low pressure bringing cloud and outbreaks of heavy rain to Ireland, England and Wales. Scotland may stay dry with a few sunny spells. Temps could be exceptionally cool under the persistent rain at just 10-15c! The weather may dry out and warm up a little bit later next week, but it's highly uncertain at the moment.

Gavin Partridge. 22/8/14. 8:40

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