09/01/2017 Weather for the Week Ahead


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09/01/2017

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there's something heading your way coming the end of this week.

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For the time being, the real cold air is either side of us.

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There's one blast of Arctic air that's sitting in place

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across much of eastern Europe and there's another one out

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towards the east coast of the United States.

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We're sitting in mild air at the moment, but as the jet stream

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wakens up this week, we see an initial touch of cold air to start

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the week, milder weather mid week and then towards the end,

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we open the door at last to some Arctic air,

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which for some will mean a bit of snow.

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Certainly not out there for Monday, but it does get colder

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through the day as this weather front pushes its way southwards.

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Clearing Scotland and Northern Ireland by the end of

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the rush hour, spreading south across England and Wales

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late morning into the afternoon.

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South-westerly winds will continue towards the south-east corner.

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Double figure temperatures here, but even with some sunshine,

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a scattering of showers,

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it feels colder for the second half of the day the further north you go.

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We could see severe gales affect northern Scotland

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to take us into the night.

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The showers continue here and around some other western areas.

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Southern and eastern parts become dry and clear and there could be

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a touch of frost for some to take us into Tuesday morning.

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So a colder start to the day compared with Monday morning

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and a colder start to Tuesday itself with north-westerly winds in place.

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We will see, though,

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through the day as this high pressure builds across

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the mid Atlantic, the wind's got a little bit more westerly

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and so with it we'll see more cloud spill in,

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the occasional rain and drizzle.

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We're back to the murky conditions over the hills,

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brightest for longest down eastern parts of Scotland and England.

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Here, though, a fairly cool day, whereas in the west, we finish

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Tuesday afternoon with temperatures back into double figures.

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So a mild end to Tuesday, a mild night to come. Pretty windy night.

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In fact, strong winds throughout this week, really.

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Strongest overnight will be across northern Scotland.

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Severe gales, some heavy rain here.

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Cloud and patchy rain elsewhere,

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but eventually after a grey start brightening up very quickly.

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But we're back into north-westerly winds.

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Temperatures actually dropping throughout Wednesday.

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Back down to around 4 or 5 degrees across the north later in

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the day and we start to introduce some snow flurries.

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By the time we finish Wednesday and go into Thursday,

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this is when the doors really open to the Arctic.

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The air flooding its way southwards.

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We could just see a little weather feature push in across the south

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of England and the English Channel bringing rain,

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a little bit of sleet on its northern edge.

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But elsewhere, icy winds, frequent snow showers across the north

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and west giving a cover of snow for some of you even at lower levels.

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Pinpointing those areas, though, very uncertain this far ahead

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but even further east we'll see a few flakes of snow at times.

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So I think most of you will see at least one or two flakes of snow.

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But wherever you are, a bitterly cold day in the wind.

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Temperatures made to feel more sub-zero thanks to that strength

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of the wind and that maintains through Thursday night into Friday.

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Through the night and into Friday,

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severe gales expected and high and rough seas down North Sea coasts.

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We could still see some snow flurries.

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Icy conditions to start the day

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and we'll still see some wintery showers.

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Northern and western areas in particular.

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Maybe some longer spells later on in the day.

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Temperatures struggling to get above freezing.

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Made to feel colder in that wind. Winds ease to take us into Saturday.

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It could be a very cold start to the weekend.

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But what happens beyond that,

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it looks like this area of low pressure

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is set to dominate the chart

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eventually bringing in south-westerly winds

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through the weekend and returning us back to greyer skies,

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damp and drizzly weather and those murky conditions across the west.

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There is just a small chance, and it is a diminishing chance,

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that high pressure will build across Scandinavia and easterly winds

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could tap into cold air across eastern parts of Europe

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at the moment meaning a much frostier and colder outlook.

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But at the moment, this is a most unlikely scenario.

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It looks like the milder winds will gradually win back. Bye for now.

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Body of a young woman's just been found,

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on the beach of the Malbonne estate.

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I know this is a difficult time, but I need to ask a few questions.

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Can you open up, please?

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What were you and her arguing about?

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I had nothing to do with her death.

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Strange, isn't it? Doesn't quite make sense.

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