Britons awoke to murky weather on Sunday (November 8) with a dense fog covering the country. The misty conditions will continue throughout the day with occasional sunny spells before the weather turns colder and wetter next week.
- The Met Office said Sunday will see mostly dull and misty conditions with occasional rainy spells.
- The best and brightest weather conditions are expected across northwestern Scotland.
- The UK awoke to a foggy start to the day with low visibility and freezing temperatures.
- Flood agencies across the UK have issued alerts for Sunday with a risk of flooding in some regions.
The Met Office forecasters warn of cloudy conditions for most areas in the UK on Sunday.
The weather forecaster predicts foggy conditions will persist for parts of east and northeast England.
The brightest conditions will hit parts of northern Scotland on Sunday.
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7.59am update: BBC weather gives today’s forecast
The BBC weather forecast for today reads: “Unsettled weather as a band of showery rain moves north and eastwards.
“Cloudy for much of the UK, but a few breaks in the cloud giving some sunny spells.
“Milder across much of the UK, cooler in Scotland.”
7.40am update: The Met Office forecast warns of dull and misty weather with bouts of rain
Met Office forecast for Sunday reads: “A cloudy and dull day across most of the UK with fog persisting for parts of east and northeast England.
“Some rain in the west, heavy in places, gradually moving northeastwards.
“The best of the brightness in northern Scotland.”
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