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released at 07:50 on Tuesday 20 February 2018


High pressure is building across gradually from Ireland, although the remnants of a frontal system will remain rather persistently across the central spine of England throughout the day.


We are waking to another grey and drizzly picture across the county this morning. Whilst it should turn drier during the course of the morning, we are likely to retain the cloud for much of the day. Areas further west in the county will stand a better chance of seeing any brightness. Temperatures today will peak at around 9C with a light mainly northerly breeze. The cloud may thin and break towards the east of the county overnight, but generally it will remain dry albeit cloudy with lows falling to 4C.


We should be lucky enough to see some brighter weather during the course of tomorrow morning. However, cloud is expected to roll in again during the afternoon and this cloud will be thick enough to trigger the odd spot or two of light rain or drizzle. It will start to feel cooler with highs climbing to 7C. In fact, over the next few days we will start to see a downturn in temperatures with a return to night-time frosts. Lows tomorrow night will fall to 1C. Winds throughout the day will be light and from the north-east. Thursday will most likely be a very similar day. There is the chance that we could see some brightness, but generally there will be a fair amount of cloud which could be producing some occasional drizzle again through the afternoon. With high pressure on top of the UK, winds will remain the same - light and from the north-east. Highs are expected to reach 6C, but as skies clear overnight we could see lows falling below freezing to -1C.

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