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UK Forecast - March 26, 2017
Sunny spells and mild
Becoming more unsettled

Monday
A mild day across Britain and less breezy for most. More in the way of cloud may affect Scotland, northern England, The West Midlands, south west England and Wales. In the morning there may be a few spots of drizzle here across Yorkshire for a time. Best of the sunshine may be found across Northern Ireland, East Anglia, the south and east of England. Expect maximums of 11 to 15 Celsius.


Monday Night
A dry evening with some late sunshine across the country but always more cloud out to the west and some patchy drizzle may affect north east Scotland. Dry across much of the United Kingdom through the night with more in the way of cloud and we could see showery rain into south west England. Expect minimum temperatures of 4 to 8 Celsius.


Tuesday
Breezy today across England and Wales. There is an increasing risk of showers and some rain across parts of England and Wales through the day. Largely fair and dry across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Generally dry across the country for the evening but overnight some rain may affect Wales, south west England and perhaps the channel coast. Expect high temperatures of 11 to 16 Celsius.


Wednesday
A cloudy, breezy day to come and most parts of the country are likely to see some rain. The rain looks heaviest across western parts of Scotland, northern England and Wales. Further rain and drizzle is expected for the evening and night. Overnight the rain may be quite light and patchy and it remains quite breezy. Look for high temperatures of 11 to 15 Celsius.