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UK Forecast - March 23, 2017
Cool & breezy south
Brighter to north

Friday
The risk of drizzle in the far southwest of England today. This should be clearing away quickly. It should then be mostly dry for all. Northern Scotland may see some more cloud and a few spots of drizzle here. Elsewhere it will be dry with sunny spells. Some areas may have cloud at first, but this breaks as the morning progresses. Early fog patches affecting northern England, southern Scotland and the northern half of Ireland. Again this is going to be clearing with sunshine developing. The breeze in the far south of England making it feel cool here. Highs at 9 to 13C.


Friday Night
A dry night to come with clear skies for many. There will be some fog patches developing in northern England, Wales, Ireland and central and southern Scotland. Breezier conditions for the far south of England with some clear skies here too. Thicker cloud in the north of Scotland bringing some drizzle here at times. Lows at -1C under the clearer skies, 4C in he breeze in the far south.


Saturday
High pressure is going to be centred over the UK on Saturday. This brings plenty of dry weather for all. There will be some cloud affecting eastern parts of England although more western areas will be brighter with sunny spells. The best of the sunshine in Northern Ireland and Wales as well as western Scotland. Breezier in the far south and feeling cooler here. Temperatures at 15C in the sunshine in the west, 12C in the breeze in the south.


Sunday
High pressure remains over the UK and Ireland on Sunday. Breezy again in the south and it is here where there may be some cloud, the thickest in the east. More northern and western areas will be drier and brighter with sunny spells as well as feeling milder too. The cloud in the south breaking with some bright or sunny spells forming. Highs at 11 to 15C.