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The overall pattern is set to persist this week with low pressure anchored to the west and high pressure to the east feeding southerly winds and some rain over the UK. The rain is not expected to be as prolonged or as heavy as recently with the south and east likely to get most rain around mid week.
The week will start dry and sunny for most with a touch of frost for sheltered areas, rain will move up from France mid week, the more persistent of which will be in central and eastern parts. Northern areas will have a better week and barring a few showers will stay largely dry untill late in the week and next weekend when a band of rain makes slow progress in from the west.
Temperatures 9-12c by day with little or no frost by night after Monday. Winds southerly-moderate with no gales expected.