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There was some welcome sunshine around today, but the wind was
howling. The strongest gusts were measured across the North of
Scotland and around Snowdonia, typically around 80 miles an hour.
We had 60 miles an hour in Yorkshire. Tomorrow there is more
bright and quite sunny weather, but the winds will be a feature, strong
and gusty. Recently they had East Down, but is -- it is just
temporary. This band of rain comes in from the West. Some heavy rain
and some squally rain and the possibility of thunder as well.
Very gusty winds developing in northern England again. Gusty winds
in the Midlands and towards the South East of England. It should be
dry with some sunshine early in the morning. There will be a few
showers blowing in on the blustery winds. We could see a good deal of
sunshine away from the showers. A scattering also for the north-west
of England. For Northern Ireland it is a bright and sunny start, but
also very windy. The overnight rain get stuck in central Scotland. To
the north it turns cold enough for a touch of frost. Elsewhere, we
have got this rain sticking around all day and there could be some
snow in the hills. But it looks largely dry, and the showers
passing through very quickly. Many places will be dry and bright sunny,
but it will be windy again, taking the edge of the temperatures. The
winds ease down tomorrow evening and tomorrow night, but we see
another area of low pressure heading our way, coming in off the
Atlantic. The extent of the wet weather is still in doubt at this
stage. It will be heavy in the south for a while. There is the
risk of some snow in the Welsh hills. It turns brighter but colder