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Outbreaks of rain for England and Wales today.

Easter 2013

Happy Easter to all readers and viewers.

Low pressure will be across southern England on Easter Sunday. Outbreaks of rain already in the far south and south-east will move erratically north and east with most of England and Wales turning dull and wet by the end of this afternoon. Northern limit on the rain probably North Wales to Lincolnshire. Northern England will stay dry with a lot of cloud while Scotland and Northern Ireland will stay dry with bright or sunny spells. Temperatures picking up a little bit compared to recent days. The rain should ease tonight as it slips to the west. Most places dry by morning, though showers could continue around Irish Sea Coasts. Showers could develop across England and Wales on Bank Holiday Monday, one or two of these may be heavy. Scotland and Northern England staying dry with bright or sunny spells. Potentially very warm with temps up to 20c. Showers heavier and more widespread on Tuesday and Wednesday - A risk of hail and thunder with longer spells of rain for some.

20/4/14. 9:45

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