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Early rain will become confined to the west of the region by midday, with some brighter spells developing in the east. However outbreaks of rain will spread back from the west towards the London area by evening. Maximum Temperature 11C.
Outbreaks of rain will spread east across all parts during the evening, to give a wet night, and with extensive mist by Friday morning. Minimum Temperature 5C.
Rain, perhaps heavy in places, becoming lighter and more patchy from the west during the day. Some drier spells are likely in the west, but staying cloudy and rather misty. Maximum Temperature 12C.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Although the odd light shower can't be ruled out on Saturday, most parts should be dry with some bright or sunny intervals over the weekend and into Easter Monday.
Updated at: 0336 on Thu 02 Apr 2015
Fine across central and eastern Britain but cloud and rain across the west and southwest will edge slowly eastwards. There will be extensive hill fog across southwestern parts of England and Wales, and it will feel cold under the cloud.
Dry at first across eastern Britain with ground frost possible. Rain will slowly move east, with some hill snow across northern England and Scotland, and heavy rain across western parts.
Mainly cloudy at first with occasional rain, however, it should become drier through the day with cloud breaking to allow some sunny intervals across western parts of the UK.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
The rest of the Easter weekend should be mainly dry with light winds. It is likely to be rather cloudy but some sunny intervals are possible. It should feel milder.
Updated at: 0434 on Thu 02 Apr 2015
UK Outlook for Monday 6 Apr 2015 to Wednesday 15 Apr 2015:
It should remain largely dry with some sunny spells and light winds on Easter Monday, particularly over southern and southwestern parts, however skies will likely remain fairly cloudy in general. Parts of the northwest may be affected by some light rain and drizzle too. High pressure is then likely to remain dominant through to the middle of the month with a good deal of dry weather and with some sunny spells likely, and with temperatures probably around average, perhaps just above during the daytime. However, northern and western parts could see some rain at times with some windier periods too, although any rain should weaken as it edges southeast into other parts of the country.
UK Outlook for Thursday 16 Apr 2015 to Thursday 30 Apr 2015:
From the middle of April it is probable that the high pressure will decline away, allowing a more westerly flow with conditions more typical for the time of year. As such some spells of fine, dry weather are likely, the best of these probably over southern parts. Occasional bouts of more unsettled and windier weather should also be expected with colder, and occasionally showery conditions, more especially across northwestern parts. Temperatures are likely to be around normal for the time of year with marked differences from day to day, and with localised frost still possible.
Updated at: 1210 on Wed 01 Apr 2015
Location: 51.3156, -0.5594
Altitude: 37m above mean sea level