The latest weather forecast.
Browse content similar to 15/01/2013. Check below for episodes and series from the same categories and more!
us here though a very good night to Friday maybe a few days ago, if you
have cross country travel plans for that day, don't go to bed quite yet.
It's cold out there. This evening temperatures have dropped to minus
10 and minus 11 to Aberdeenshire. Widespread frost. Icy where we saw
snow showers today. Not as icy further west. More cloud producing
spots of rain or drizzle, particularly for Cornwall.
Temperatures will hold up. The widespread frost and fog patches in
the east. Where the snow lies across eastern parts of England and
eastern Scotland temperatures could be around minus 10 or minus 12.
Scotland on Wednesday morning will be bright, but frosty. Frost-free
in Northern Ireland. Here, one or two spots of rain possible. Much of
England and Wales should start the day bright. We have the dense fog
through parts of York, Trent Valley and the Midlands. Cloud to the
South West of England with drizzle for Cornwall. Most start the day
dry. The far east of Kent, small area could be affected by this,
perhaps the snow showers through the day could mount up to give
problems later. Rain and sleet showers to the south-east of Devon.
They may turn wintry across Dartmoor. Elsewhere largely dry
except for Northern Ireland and western Scotland. In the sunshine
only limping above freezing. Further west, temperatures will
hold up, the weak weather front will continue to edge in a little
bit further eastwards. Some light snow fixed -- mixed in with the
rain. Thursday into Friday it will get interesting. Battle lines are
drawn between the cold air in place and mild air from the Atlantic.