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This weeks sees the UK stuck in a 'col' which is neutral pressure with neither High or Low pressure dominant. Monday and Tuesday will see some rain in the west, perhaps edging into central areas, but generally most places further north and east will be dry and fairly cloudy.
Mid week will see the west join the rest of the UK in a dry theme with sunny spells, temperatures will be nudging 20 c so feeling warm in a very light breeze. Mist and fog likely to form overnight.
Some signs that the Atlantic is geering up to make a move over nextweekend to bring a wet and breezy spell but this could well be delayed.