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Cooler and fresher with good sunny spells

early september morning

We're in a cooler and fresher air-mass across the country today with high pressure building back from the north-west. All places will be dry with good sunny spells, though it's possible there could be a few showers around south-eastern coasts this afternoon. Temperatures reaching 13-19c.

It's going to turn pretty cold tonight with clear spells and the risk of a touch of ground across parts of Wales and Northern England. Temps should pick up a bit later in the night for Scotland as clouds thicken. Monday will be a dry day for most with good sunny spells and temperatures recovering to 19c in the south after a chilly start. The north and west of Scotland could turn cloudy with patchy rain in later.

Tuesday will see cloud and showery rain extending across Scotland and Northern Ireland with England and Wales staying mainly dry with sunny spells. This north/south split lasts's into the middle of the week with the north always more unsettled than the south. Cooler, cloudier with some showery rain at times for the north while the south should remain mostly dry, all-be-it perhaps rather cloudy at times.

Gavin Partridge. 21/9/14. 9:30

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