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Met Office meteorologists are predicting that most places will enjoy some sunshine during the Bank Holiday weekend before an area of low pressure begins to move in from the Atlantic during Sunday.
'Leaves on the line' can cause significant delays and disruption for the millions of commuters and freight operators who travel the rail network each autumn.
Updated: 22 Aug 2014
During the afternoon of the 16 August 2004 an area of low pressure to the southwest of the UK helped a line of showers to develop just to the east of Boscastle, parallel to the north Cornwall coast from Newquay to Bude.
There are three different ways of turning moist air into cloud, so that it rains or snows.
Research news article published in July 2014.
Find out more about UV levels and how ozone anomalies may affect them.
Updated: 15 Aug 2014
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