BBC Weather: Mist and fog forecast across the UK
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BBC Breakfast’s Louise Lear told viewers despite the fog Saturday will be a mild day for many but as the day wears on a wet weather front is forecast for northern and western areas.
Ms Lear told the show how a dense area of fog where a weather warning is in place is currently blanketing the much of the south east, London and East anglia.
But she stressed the fog is not isolated to this region and is in place across much of the UK on Saturday and it is patchy.
She added how the fog will be met with a large wet weather front pushing its way eastwards across Scotland through the morning.
While it will also drench Northern Ireland, areas of northern England and Wales but dry and sunny weather will follow in its path.
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Saturday will see highs of 19C in Birmingham, 18C in London, 18C in Newcastle, 17C in Belfast and 16C in Aberdeen.
Despite the temperatures almost hitting 20C on the mercury, the forecaster warned the widespread fog could hang about as low cloud throughout the rest of Saturday.
She added: “As we move through the evening, some patchy rain across Wales and northern England, fading out towards the end of the night as the rain pushes into East Anglia.
“It is a little fresher to the north of the front, temperatures in single figures to the south.”
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The weather presenter went on to stress how recent, unseasonably warm weather has been the result of warmer fronts pushing their way up from the Atlantic but this is set to end dramatically on Sunday.
She said cooler air will arrive which will send temperatures plummeting to the mid teens.
Sunday will see highs of 20C in Cardiff, 18C in London, 17C in Hull, 16C in Norwich and 14C in Glasgow.
Despite the temperature plunge it will be “a lot brighter” for Scotland and Northern Ireland on Sunday with some scattered showers in areas.
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Gusty winds will are expected to blow into Scotland on Sunday while still weather will remain in place in the south of England.
While Ms Lear added how temperatures will be “closer to average” for October next week ahead.
Monday will see highs of 15C in London, 13C in Manchester, 13C in Belfast and 13C in Edinburgh.
While Tuesday will see temperatures plummet further to around 12C for much of the UK.
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