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Today's Weather

Today and Tomorrow's forecast

Monday 1 September

Dry but mostly cloudy for the rest of this evening, though staying mild. Continuing dry tonight with some breaks developing in the cloud; a few mist or fog patches may form as it turns cooler. West to southwest breezes will slacken over land. Lowest temperatures 8 to 10 degrees Celsius.

Tomorrow's Weather

Tuesday 2 September

Tuesday will be a dry day with a mixture of cloud and some sunny intervals. Winds will become light, southerly and temperatures will rise to between 16 and 19 degrees Celsius.

General: Mostly dry weather, with very little rain expected. Occasional sunshine, with temperatures slightly above normal, but a good deal of cloud at times. But set to turn fresher next weekend.

Tuesday night: It will be a dry night. Some cloudy periods, but occasional clear spells too. Mist will form and may well thicken into patches of fog in places. Lowest temperatures 7 to 11 C.

Wednesday: A mild, mainly dry day, with a mixture of sunny spells and occasional cloudy periods. Top temperatures 17 to 20 C., in light to moderate south to southeasterly breezes. Some patches of sea mist may affect parts of the south and east coasts at times. Mild and misty overnight with some patches of fog and drizzle here and there. Lows of 9 to 13 C., are expected.

Thursday: Mild and close and warm in any sunny breaks, with temperatures 16 to 20 C. But there will be cloudy, misty periods to contend with also and these will produce some showery light rain at times. It will be mild and misty overnight, with some light drizzle in places. Lows of 10 to 13 C.

Trend: Winds are set to turn more northeasterly for Friday and next weekend. There should still be a good deal of dry weather about, but there will be more in the way of showers, a few will be heavy. Temperatures will be back a little, with top values typically 15 to 18 C. The nights will be cooler also.

Report issued:01/09/2014 15:40

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