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Plenty of fine weather after early cloud and rain clears.

Today: Early cloud and patchy light rain clearing the south by late morning, allowing a fine, sunny day to develop. All parts dry and sunny with light winds through the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 8C.

Tonight: Long clear periods overnight with all parts dry. Breezy at first but slowly easing. The odd mist or freezing fog patch may form after midnight along with a sharp frost. Minimum Temperature -4C.

Friday: Early mist and freezing fog patches slowly clearing to leave another fine day with long bright or sunny intervals. Breezy especially near the Wash. More cloud later. Maximum Temperature 9C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday: Saturday, cloudy and breezy but most parts dry. Winds easing later. Sunday and Monday will be fine with lighter winds and some bright spells. Breezy later on Monday. Mild.

UK Outlook for Monday 13 Feb 2023 to Wednesday 22 Feb 2023: Monday is expected to be a largely dry day. Some patchy fog and frost initially, but this clearing to broken cloud, allowing sunny spells to develop across much of the UK. However, some patchy rain likely along coasts and hills in the northwest. Into mid-week, the south and southeast are likely to remain dry, but the far north and west probably seeing rain at times, which may extend a little further south and east with time. Further into the period, a transition away from higher pressure in the south allows for more unsettled conditions to become widespread across the UK. Temperatures generally mild, although potentially cold in the south overnight, especially earlier in the period.

UK Outlook for Thursday 23 Feb 2023 to Thursday 9 Mar 2023: Generally changeable weather conditions with near or above average temperatures across the UK as a whole until late February. Bands of rain and strong winds are expected, especially in the northwest, with a risk of some wintry showers in the intervening colder brighter interludes between these frontal systems. Some of these frontal systems perhaps spreading further to the southeast, although much of the south and southeast will likely be relatively drier. Confidence in the forecast around the turn of the month becomes much lower, and whilst the more likely scenario is one of a continuation of similar conditions experienced through the latter half of February, there is a low probability of some much colder weather developing.

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