Temperatures set to rise this week in Portsmouth

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We might be heading into the winter months, but the forecast for Portsmouth is looking brighter than the last few days.

The Met Office is predicting a cloudy outlook for this week, with temperatures likely to rise over 10C on most days.

It comes after a period of cold sub-zero temperatures in the city, which saw frost develop and a weather warning for fog issued.

There may be some patchy rain on Tuesday but is likely to bright or sunny spells on Wednesday.

Forecasters have predicted maximum temperatures of 13C on Friday.

Despite this temperatures are set to drop early tomorrow morning with a low of 3C.

For the latest weather updates go to metoffice.gov.uk.

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