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Good evening. A long last we are about to get a taste of winter.
It's going to take a while. The process begins tomorrow. First
hints of the colder air will push in from the north, but to get there
and sweep away the mild air we need weather fronts. They'll bring rain,
but as the chart suggests, strong winds too. Widespread gales for the
north and then later we could see winds of 70mph, just enough to
cause some disruption to tomorrow morning's rush hour. In the south,
winds lighter. Largely dry. A few spots of rain in the west. Clear
skies could cause frost. For most, too much cloud and too much wind.
For the rush hour, northern England, the Midlands and Wales will be
kouldiest. You'll notice the -- cloudiest. You'll notice the patchy
cloud. By the afternoon, the colder air will work into nuch of northern
England. The sun will be out. -- much of northern England. The sun
will be out. There will be more showers in the afternoon and some
will be wintry over the mown contains. In Northern Ireland, a
dry day. Long spells of sunshine throughout the day. Temperatures
around 7 or 8. Closer to what they should be. Plenty of cloud in Wales,
with the odd shower, but breaks in the cloud, allowing sunshine.
Temperatures in Cardiff around 11. Across much of southern England and
the south Midlands, plenty of cloud. Still the chance of a few spots of
rain but 11 or 12, still above what it should be for this time of year.
The colder air will push in as the cloud melts through Thursday night.
Some mist and fog patches, but a widespread frost. These are the
city centre temperatures. In rural parts it will be colder. If you are