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the team, good night. -- Newsnight Heavy rain, strong gusty winds and
even snow showers. It has been a lively day of weather. It is all
starting to come down over the next few days. Most places having a dry
and bright day. It will be mild by the afternoon. First thing tomorrow
afternoon will be chilly. This strike of cloud bringing heavy rain,
and it has been followed on by a rash of showers. We are continuing
to see snow showers over Weston Hills. Showers continuing for
Northern Ireland and north-west England. The showers bring the risk
of things turning icy on the roads as the temperatures are dropping.
Towns and cities staying above freezing but it will be below zero
and rural spots. It will be a chilly start to Thursday but for
much of the country it should be bright, fine and sunny. It will
cloud over in south-west England and also in Wales during the day.
The chance of some showers in North Wales and north-west England first
thing. Showery rain possible on the north coast of Northern Ireland but
generally, it will be dry and cloudy here. Still a strong wind
blowing in western Scotland of the snow will be confined to the tops
of the Highlands. Eastern Scotland and eastern England having a fine,
bright start. We should see quite a bit of sunshine across the Midlands
and the south-east. Don't forget, it will be calls to start. As we go
through the day, we will see clouds spilling in. It will not be sunny
everywhere. Essentially, dry and bright. Sher is continuing over
north-west England, and south-west Scotland. For most, it will be dry
and after that cold start, to produce up to nine or 10 by the
afternoon. Lighter wind than today, feeling mild. The wind is an
important factor over the next few days. High pressure in the South
keeping things tried but around it, we are drawing in warmer and more
moist wind. Cloudy skies on Friday across England and Wales. A weather