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This Evening and Tonight:
Little change is expected overnight with mostly cloudy skies and some clearer intervals. The odd drizzly patch will continue and it will be mild once again. Minimum Temperature 10°C.
Another rather cloudy and mild day. Although dry for most the odd spot of drizzle is possible, mainly over high ground. Maximum Temperature 13°C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
After a wet start, turning brighter but cooler for a time during Friday. Rain and cloud once again approaches from the northwest with strengthening, gusty winds by Saturday.
Updated at: 1421 on Tue 01 Dec 2015
sourced from the Met Office
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