Portsmouth’s sunny spell about to end

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Forecasters warn that Portsmouth’s sunny spell is about to end.

Met Office forecasters say that clouds will blanket the area from the weekend as temperatures drop.

The Met Office forcast says that overnight tonight looks like staying generally clear with little in the way of cloud around, meaning it will be quite cold with some fog and a touch of grass frost as temperatures drop to “c.

Tomorrow is likely to bring early mist and fog, clearing to a sunny morning. But cloud will make it hazy during the afternoon although it will still feel warm with winds continuing light. Temperatures are likely to peak at 20C.

The outlook for Saturday to Monday is not so good.

The Met Office predicts it will be cloudy with outbreaks of rain overnight on Friday and during Saturday. It is expected to be wet on Sunday with some heavy rain at times and much colder and windier on Monday with sunshine and some heavy showers.