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The after a mild and cloudy day-to- day, a different feel tomorrow.
Most of us, for the first time in a couple of days, will see some
Sunshine, but it is going to feel cold enough for a wintry feel to
the showers. There will be snow in places. It is mostly rain we have
seen today, and this is the radar showing that across Scotland and
Northern Ireland. The rain is working across northern England and
Wales. It is a cold front providing all of us with some rain. Behind it,
the air is turning colder and temperatures dropping down to
freezing, and that may well allow things to turn icy, slippery
conditions on the roads in the morning. The morning rush-hour in
the east, well, it is going to be grey and wet, but quickly that rain
will tend to scoot away. Much of northern England will start dry,
but there is a risk of ice across much of Scotland with temperatures
hovering about freezing. And then we see those wintry showers coming
in across western Scotland and Northern Ireland. There will be
snow over the hills, but some at low levels cannot be ruled out.
Across Wales, showers will be chiefly of rain, but across the
Cambrian mountains some flurries through the day, as across the
moors. Even at low levels, there is a chance of some hail mixed in with
the showers throughout the day. Heading further east, we are back
with the overnight rain band which will clear away from the London
area and from Kent and East Anglia quite quickly through the morning.
That will allow skies to Brighton, we would get sunny spells, but we
will also see showers developing more widely. That mingy -- wintry
mixes possible anywhere. For a time, since no in the middle part of the
afternoon over the central part of Scotland. Single figures, feeling
fresher than it has done today. Court tomorrow, A touch of frost,
the showers will mean there is a risk of icy conditions. Friday
Again, a mixture of Sunshine and showers, more showers across
northern England, more snow for the Cambrian mountains and the Pennines.
The cold air will last into the weekend, but there is a lot of