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Hello again. It seems this snowy weather has been bringing out your
creative side judging by your photos at the weather Centre. This
pair were spotted but we've had polar bears, Easter Island statues
and my personal favourite, a dialect. We're going to the down
side to the heavy weather. Heavy snow in eastern England and
Scotland through the day, likely to cause some travel disruption.
Tonight ice is the main hazard once again. Minus nine in parts of mid-
Wales. In England, a similar low temperatures under clear skies.
Snow in western Scotland later in the night but rain will be pushing
into the far south-west of England, so rising temperatures and a wet
start across Cornwall. Slightly higher in south-west England and
South Wales but you don't have to go too far further eastwards to
meet that frost. Low temperatures, and an icy start. Five degrees and
rain in Northern Ireland, so a change of truly under way here.
Across Scotland, the rain will meet the colder and turn to snow.
Certainly over high ground and down to lower levels at times. The
Highlands, affected, and the Southern Uplands as we go through
into the afternoon. Rain further west but slow progress, which means
for much of Wales, the Midlands, the rest of England, it will be dry
but it will feel cold as the wind picks up. It will feel pretty cold
in the afternoon not helped by clear skies. Friday evening, the
snow marches on a force of the Pennines looking tricky for a time
and, at lower levels, East and parts of England, a good few
centimetres of snow potentially and it hangs around across East Anglia
and Kent, but clearer weather following behind and that's a start
to a big change this weekend. They're coming in from the Atlantic
pushing the cold air away into the near Continent. This is the sort of
thing we can expect. Temperatures, 10 degrees possibly this weekend in