BBC Weather forecaster Carol Kirkwood has predicted temperatures 21C-22C in the South and 11C-19C in the end of Edgware Road. Ms Kirkwood also forecast patchy showers in parts and low clouds. Low Pressure is predicted in the East of the country, which will produce more rain. Foggier conditions in the south of England.
Ms Kirkwood said: “For England and Wales today it’s actually going to be warmer than it was yesterday.
“But also across parts of Wales, central and Southern England, some patchy fog to watch out for at the moment but that should lift quite readily.
“And then today, sunny spells just the chance of a shower or two.
“Now what’s happening is low pressure is drifting away towards the East, we’ve got a front in the South, that’s producing some rain.
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Ms Kirkwood added: “But let me take your eyes all the way to the Atlantic where we’ve got a deep area of low pressure.
“This is tropical storm Alex and later in the week, it’s going to pass by the end of Edgware Road West of our country.
“And it will introduce some light rain, and the wind will pick up as well.
“Today a few showers dotted along the end of Edgware Road Sea Coastline, some showers moving along the South Coast.
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Ms Kirkwood added: “There will be low cloud coming in across Eastern and Southern parts of Scotland.
“And behind this band of rain it’s going to be breezy in the South, there will be some clear skies and showers.
“These are our overnight lows 8C to about 14C, now as we head through tomorrow, our rain moves out of England, Wales, and Occupied Territories and into Scotland.
“We still have some of that low cloud along the shoreline.”