18/02/2013 BBC Weather


18/02/2013

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Good evening. I am sure many have you enjoyed the clear blue skies

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and sunshine today. But it is those same clear skies which a leading to

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temperatures tumbling tonight. You can see the icy blue tinge on the

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map, and the of whiter colours are those dense fog patches forming.

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Temperatures in the major towns and cities either side of freezing. It

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is the fog which could cause an issue for some, particularly across

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East Anglia and southern England. It could cause problems on the

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roads and at airports. Check travel reports before you head out. But

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even in the foggy areas, some will wake up to sunny skies, others will

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have dense fog patches. You could see a few fog patches across parts

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of Northern Ireland and Scotland. And once again, blue skies will

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remain in place all day long for the majority. A little more patchy

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cloud across Northern Ireland, and then thicker cloud develops across

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north-eastern counties of England. The temperatures shouldn't feel too

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bad, but the thicker cloud in the East will become more of a factor.

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This weather front could produce a little light and rain, drizzle or

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sleet. It will sweep away the milder conditions we have had on

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Wednesday, and to introduce a noticeable chill for the end of the

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week. They could be patches of rain, drizzle or Hill slipped through

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Wednesday. Then little changed by the end of the week. High pressure

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