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Nazaneen Ghaffar
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Weather Presenter for Sky News. Ex BBC/ITV Weather Presenter. These views are mine only.
Weather Presenter for Sky News. Ex BBC/ITV Weather Presenter. These views are mine only.

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Some spring sunshine soon?
Here is your Friday forecast....
It'll be mainly dry across Ireland, northern England, southern and eastern Scotland this morning, with sunny spells. However, the rest of England, as well as Wales and north-west Scotland will begin today cloudy, with some light rain for Shetland, Orkney and the far south of the UK. This afternoon will continue largely fine and dry for the majority of places, and the cloud across the Midlands, central England and Wales will thin and break to allow for some sunshine there. Eventually southern England will brighten up too, although Devon and Cornwall are likely to stay cloudy all day. The north of Scotland will remain grey as well, with some drizzle at times. Temperatures will be slightly higher than recently at up to 12-14°C, that's 54-57°F. 
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Who's feeling the cold today? And who's seen some snow?!
Here is your Tuesday forecast....
A sunny start across England and Wales this morning and largely dry, although there will be a few showers scattered across Wales, northern and western England.
On the other hand, Scotland and Ireland will be cloudier with blustery showers, mostly to the west of these areas where they are likely to be wintry over high ground.
A few sleet and snow showers may break out over the Pennines and Welsh mountains too.
There will also be the risk of ice for northern areas of the UK and Ireland this morning.
The mixture of rain, sleet and snow showers will continue this afternoon, most frequent across northern and western areas, with hail and thunder at times as well.
Central and eastern parts of both England and Scotland will be driest and brightest today, but a few showers will spread to these areas too.
Later cloud and rain will move across to southern Ireland, Wales and south-west England.
Feeling cooler than yesterday, with top temperatures of 8-11°C, that's 46-52°F. 
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It's getting colder through this week!
Here is your Monday forecast....
Blustery showers this morning across western Scotland and Ireland, some of them wintry across the Scottish Highlands as well. Elsewhere will see spells of heavy rain over Wales, northern and western England, and some lighter outbreaks over the east too. This afternoon the rain will spread south-eastwards to the Midlands, central-southern and eastern England. As it does, the north and west of England and Wales will become dry with sunny spells, and eventually so will the Midlands and central-southern England. On the other hand, Scotland and Ireland will continue to see blustery showers spreading eastwards, in between drier and brighter spells. Wintry showers will still break out across the high ground of these areas. Becoming cooler from the north-west through today, with top temperatures ranging from 8-14°C, that's 46-57°F. 
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Ah man! :(
Yesterday was the warmest day of the year so far - but today isn't looking as warm. Read all about it below....
Generally cloudy for most places this morning, with some showers over Ireland and western Britain. Some dense areas of fog are likely over central and southern areas of the UK this morning as well. This afternoon the patchy rain will continue across the west and at the same time a band of more persistent rain will move down to Scotland and Ireland, and then later to northern England and Wales. Elsewhere will remain largely dry for the Midlands, central-southern and eastern England but it'll stay predominately cloudy across these areas too, although a few sunny spells may break through at times. As the rain clears from the north-west sunny spells will develop for Ireland and Scotland, but it'll be colder with some showers that are likely to turn wintry across the Scottish Highlands. It'll be a windy day for Scotland too. Top temperatures of 11-14°C, that's 52-57°F - but turning colder across the north later today. 
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Here is your Sunday forecast....
Cloudy and murky for the majority of places this morning, with showery rain over eastern Ireland spreading to western Britain. There will also be some light outbreaks across eastern Scotland, central-southern and eastern England. These areas of rain will spread eastwards through today, so by this afternoon Northern Ireland and the Republic will become drier and brighter, although a few light showers are likely to the west. Eventually Scotland and the far west of Wales and south-west England will see the rain clear too, with so some late evening sunshine over these areas. However, the rest of Wales, western England, the Midlands, central-southern and eastern parts of England will likely stay cloudy and damp all day. Cooler than yesterday, but still fairly mild with top temperatures of 11-14°C, that's 52-57°F. 
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Here is your Saturday forecast....
A grey start for most places this morning, with spells of rain across Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic. The patchy rain will slowly spread south-eastwards to northern England and the north-west of Wales this afternoon. As it does western Ireland and northern Scotland will become drier and brighter. Central, southern and eastern England should see some sunny spells develop through this afternoon as well. However, the Midlands, the west country and most of Wales will remain predominately cloudy. A mild day again for the time of year, especially across the south-east. Top temperatures ranging from 14-17°C that’s 57-63°F. 
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Here is your Tuesday forecast....
A chilly and frosty start for the majority of Britain this morning, but otherwise starting off mainly dry and sunny. However, there will be a few showers over western and north-eastern areas of Scotland, and perhaps for far eastern coastal counties of England. Ireland will be cloudy, with spells of rain across there, also edging into south-west England.
This afternoon the rain, along with strengthening southerly winds over Ireland will slowly spread eastwards, reaching western parts of Britain. Most of the downpours will be light and patchy. Ahead of the rain it'll gradually become cloudy from the west of Scotland, Wales and England through today, although East Anglia and the south-east should stay mainly dry and bright. Top temperatures today of 8-12°C, that's 46-54°F. 
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Here is your Monday forecast....
A largely cloudy start this morning, with showery spells of rain across western Scotland, northern and eastern England. A more persistent band of rain will be across both the south-west of Ireland and England, where early one some sleet or wet snow is possible to the high ground of these areas. This afternoon the light showers over the west of Scotland will spread eastwards, and patchy light rain and drizzle will continue to affect northern and eastern England too. The rain over the south-west of England will gradually ease away, so most of southern England, as well as central areas, the Midlands and Wales will have a largely dry and bright afternoon. However, Ireland will see the rain across the west spread eastwards through this afternoon, although most of it will be fairly light. Top temperatures today ranging from 7-10°C, that's 45-50°F. 
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Here is your Friday & weekend forecast....
There will be outbreaks of rain this morning for central and southern parts of England and Wales as well and the majority of Ireland. Northern England will experience some patchy rain too, and there will be a few showers for the far north of Scotland. However the rest of Scotland will start off mainly dry and bright this morning, but chilly with a frost.
This afternoon the rain across central and southern areas will slowly push northwards towards northern England and the Midlands, so it'll therefore become drier across the south, but overall it'll remain cloudy there with some patchy downpours to the south-west. Ireland will see the rain persist all day, with some locally heavy downpours. However, Scotland will stay largely dry and sunny, although the south will cloud over before the end of the day. Still a fairly cool day for most places, with top temperatures of 8-12°C, that's 46-54°F.

Tonight the rain over England and Wales will push a little further northwards to central-southern Scotland by dawn, with some snow likely. However, northern Scotland will have a mainly dry night, although it'll be rather cloudy there. Ireland will stay wet with further spells of rain, and central and southern areas of England and Wales will become drier by the early hours as the rain there spreads northwards.

It'll stay unsettled through this weekend.

Most places will have a cloudy and wet day on Saturday. There will be outbreaks of rain moving northwards across Scotland and northern England, as well as another area of rain spreading in from the east across central and eastern England through the afternoon, and Ireland will continue to experience outbreaks of rain. However, Wales and western England will have a largely dry day.

Sunday will be a cloudy day with spells of rain for central and northern England. Scotland will be bright with a few wintry showers. Ireland, Wales and most of southern England will become drier and brighter through the day, after the early rain clears through. However there will also be some heavy and possibly thundery showers for the south where it'll also be windy. 
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Here is your Thursday forecast....
Southern parts of Ireland, Wales and England will start off mainly dry and sunny this morning. However, for northern England, the Midlands, Wales and central and northern parts of Ireland there will be spells of rain and hill snow. Scotland will be rather cloudy as well, with blustery showers across the north and west, some of which will be wintry. It’ll be windy for many areas too, with gusts up to 60mph, especially across western coasts of England and Wales.
Through this afternoon the patchy rain over the central belt of the UK and Ireland will tend to fizzle away and at the same time the showers will ease from western Scotland. So from around mid-afternoon most of England, Wales and Scotland will be largely dry and sunny. However, northern Scotland will continue to experience blustery showers and before the end of today Ireland will cloud over with heavy rain to the west.
Still a fairly cool day for most places, with top temperatures of 8-12°C, that's 46-54°F. 
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