Early Mist & Fog Lifting To Variable Cloud & Sunny Spells

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Thursday 4th September 2014: Early Mist & Fog Patches Lifting to Mainly Dry, Variable Cloud Amounts & Bright or Sunny Spells.

High pressure across Scandinavia loosely influences the weather across England, Scotland and Wales. Low pressure sits to the South West. Sandwiched between high and low pressure there will be plenty of cloud, but remaining mainly dry.

Any early mist and fog will gradually lift to bring variable amounts of fair-weather cloud and some bright and sunny spells. It will be mainly dry across much of England, Scotland and Wales – albeit with a slight risk of patchy drizzle or showery rain skimming Western Scotland.

During any sunny breaks it will feel pleasantly warm across Scotland, England and Wales with a temperature range of 16ºC to 20ºC, locally across Southern England and Wales temperatures will feel warm with a range of 19ºC to 23ºC, perhaps a sneaky 24ºC.

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