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here, good night. Good evening. Mother nature through just about
every weather elements act as today, but unfortunately the sunnier
moments were very short lived. The winds peaked at 70 miles an hour on
the east coast of northern Ireland. There was heavy rain, hail and snow
on the hills. Tonight things are getting a bit quieter. Rain, sleet
and hill snow is pushing southward overnight. There will be a dusting
of snow on higher ground. The coldest conditions will be in
western Scotland and Northern Ireland. There is a chance of frost.
Where the ground is down in Scotland there is a chance of ice as well on
Thursday morning. But it is a dry and reasonably bright start. Eastern
Scotland will cling to the showers and they will continue through the
day with a strong north east wind pushing them in off the sea. There
will be showers in many parts of England and Wales. Whether you have
got the showers or not, it is going to feel very cold in the breeze. We
will seek areas holding onto the showers. The winds will remain
strong. Even though the temperatures are at the highest at eight, it will
probably feel colder. A few showers will continue into the evening, but
on Thursday night it is a bit quieter. The risk of ice to take us
into Friday. But the general story for the rest of the week is that
things are getting quieter. By the end of the weekend there will be
folk as well. On Friday most will have a dry day after a frosty start.
It could be quite a wet day in Kent and it is also staying windy. This
area of high pressure will put a cap on the atmosphere. Not a completely
sunny weekend, but a good deal dryer.