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Remaining Fine

After a superb start to the Easter weekend for many, the fine weather continues today for most, but by the time we get to tomorrow more unsettled conditions will be developing across parts of England and Wales as low pressure moves in from the southeast.

This morning is starting off on a fine and sunny note across just about all parts although it is rather chilly with a touch of frost across many regions. There are still some areas of cloud drifting in off the North Sea across eastern and south-eastern parts of England, whilst the far north and west of Scotland is also being plagued by cloudier skies and some patchy rain. On the whole it will be another fine and sunny day across the country with only patchy fair weather cloud developing, so another excellent day for getting out and about. Once again across the far northwest of Scotland the cloud and patchy rain will hang around, most of the rain across the northern and western Isles. Temperatures will be very similar to those of yesterday, and it will feel very pleasant in the sunshine.

Those temperatures will drop quite quickly tonight under clear skies and light winds with a touch of ground frost forming, mainly across central and northern districts. North-western parts of Scotland will again remain cloudier and milder with a risk of some rain at times although even this should ease away later in the night. Meanwhile increasing cloud towards south-eastern parts of England will threaten a few showers as the first signs of that more unsettled weather begin to appear. So for Easter Day there will be a lot more in the way of cloud around across much of England and Wales with outbreaks of rain, heavy in places, slowly pushing north-westwards. It should be drier and brighter across Scotland and Northern Ireland though with some sunny spells continuing here.

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Easter Dilemma Continues

So... will it be the parents? The in-laws? Or shelves?

Finally the weather is starting to become a little clearer as to what we can expect for the long Easter weekend. So, without further ado here is the latest forecast and recommended activity planner for the Easter Weekend :-

Good Friday
Go to B&Q and look at shelves! Probably the best of the days across the bulk of the country as high pressure ridges back in from the West. Dry for many areas with more cloud across Scotland and Northern England. Temperatures 13-15c but perhaps 16 or 17c across Central and Western England.

Easter Saturday
Go to B&Q and buy the shelves! Mostly cloudy across much of England and Wales with sunshine in Scotland. A keen Easterly picking up across Eastern England with some showers edging into South-east England later in the day

Easter Sunday
Make space on the living room floor and unpack the shelves! Heavy rain pushing North-west across much of England and Wales with some cool, gusty winds developing across much of the UK. Scotland will however see the best of the sunshine for much of the day.

Easter Monday
Spend 2 hours looking for the chuck key for the drill then put the shelves up! Low pressure across the UK will bring a cool, showery day across much of the country. Heaviest will be in the North as well as Northern Ireland.

So, there you have it. If your parents live in Scotland then go and see them. If your in-laws live in Scotland then go and see them. Other than that you'll be putting shelves up on Monday like the rest of us.

Have a fantastic and peaceful Easter from all at Metcheck.

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Metcheck Easter Egg Hunt

Aww you didn't think you'd get no Easter eggs from Metcheck this year did you?

Well as we all wind down for the long Easter holiday weekend it's time for a few fun and games on Metcheck. We've hidden some Easter eggs around the site. In fact, some of the eggs have been opened... (Ed. What?)

So in true Metcheck style we are going to give away an Easter egg which comes complete with a crap mug to whoever can find all the Easter eggs on the site. You don't need to tell us where they are but just tell us how many Easter eggs we've hidden on Metcheck and then post your guess to the Metcheck Facebook page.

We will then pick a winner at random and will actually send them a *real* Easter Egg with the worst mug we could find here in the Metcheck Towers cupboard.

So... what are you waiting for? Go hunt!

PS - We've hidden them in some strange places
PPS - The mug is really crap! (Ed. But clean?!)

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