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Truro is country's top hot spot as autumn temperatures soar
5:30pm Wednesday 16th October 2013 in Cornwall
Truro made it to the top of the 'hot spots' chart today, with the city being the warmest place in Britain.
Basking in warm sunshine for most of the day, temperatures reached in excess of 18 degrees C, two degrees warmer than the next warmest, Bristol, and a full 13 degrees warmer than the coldest, Aviemore in the Scottish Highlands (5 degrees C)
Mainly dry to start the evening, there will be an increased risk of seeing a few showers overnight, and some of these could be on the heavy side. Remaining quite breezy, especially around the coasts, but much milder than last night. Minimum Temperature 12 °C.
Thursday will see a breezy day with sunny spells and scattered showers, again with odd heavier one possible. It should however feel pleasantly warm in the sunshine. Maximum Temperature 18 °C.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday: Changeable and often unsettled and breezy, with showers or longer spells of rain. That said, it will remain mild by day and night throughout this period.
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