The Met Office forecast for today (Sunday) says the weather will remain largely dry with sunny spells.
While yesterday turned out to be windy and cooler than expected under cloudy skies, today started out with plenty of sunshine. The clouds will tend to bubble up as we head towards lunchtime. It will be pleasant in the sun with a maximum temperature of 17C.
Tonight most of the clouds will tend to melt leaving a dry and largely clear night over the entire region. Uneven frost is possible under clearer skies.
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After a cold start tomorrow (Monday) it will be another largely dry and bright day, but a few showers could bubble up by midday. It will feel noticeably cooler with a maximum temperature of around 14C.
The outlook for the rest of the week through Thursday is that it will remain largely dry with varying amounts of cloud and sun throughout the period. Nights remain cool with a continued risk of frosts, and perhaps occasional fog patches.
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