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+The Met Office provides comprehensive weather forecasts as it affects England's motorways and major roads on behalf of the Highways Agency during the Autumn and Winter seasons.
Tuesday evening and overnight:
Showers, mainly in the north, should die out soon after dusk to leave a dry, clear evening. During the night it should become more cloudy with rain and drizzle reaching Cumbria and Cornwall by the end of the night. Rain and drizzle will be slight, hardly enough to need windscreen wipers for, but will be accompanied by poor visibility, particularly on highest roads in Cumbria and Cornwall.
After a sunny start in the east and southeast, the dull, damp weather in the southwest and northwest will spread eastwards to affect much of the country by the end of the afternoon. Rain will be slight on most roads and accompanied by a strong south to southwesterly wind. But in the southwest, in particular Cornwall and Devon, the rain will be heavier, more persistent and road users should be prepared for sudden crosswinds.
Last Updated 3:40 pm on Tuesday 12th April 2011.
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