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Good evening. Now that the cold weather is here, there are signs we
could see the conditions continue for at least a good week but to
varying degrees. The clue is in the position and the pattern of the
Jetstream at the moment. This means that weather trends will not change
from day to day. We will see high pressure building tonight, and
because we are on the eastern flank of that high pressure, it is feeding
the cold air to all of us. Everyone will see a frost develop, just
about. A covering of snow across north-western parts of Scotland, and
across in Northern Ireland and north-west England, parts of Wales,
over the hilly ground we could see a covering of snow in the morning.
Despite the cold start, compared to the gloomy conditions most have
experienced in the past few days, a lot more sunshine around. But the
showers will keep going, still wintry across northern Scotland in
the morning, and the risk of some sleet, snow and hail in western
England. They could affect parts of eastern England as well, but for the
most part of the afternoon it is dry and sunny, but much colder than we
are used to. Further north we will see some hill snow quickly turning
to rain through the evening and first part of the night on Tuesday,
and rain will be the main feature is it pushes its ways southwards into
Wednesday. There will be some squally winds, gales elsewhere, and
cold air will surge its ways southwards behind the cold front.
Later these showers turn wintry once again. This low pressure moves down
through the North Sea, the wind switching to the north-east. The
winds remain quite strong and chilly, so the showers could still
be wintry in nature. Not really bringing a huge amount