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Good evening. The chilly weather is here to stay for the time being.
Other than that, the weather will be fairly quiet, maybe some troublesome
mist and fog, but that is pretty much it. The stormy autumn weather
is across the Mediterranean. You may recall the storms we had in Sardinia
and that nasty area of weather is still there, producing snow across
the Alps. We are closer to the high pressure where the weather is much
quieter. No snow on the way, but it is going to be chilly, clear and
cold. Not everywhere will it be clear and cold. Across the North
East of England and towards the South East, it will be raining. For
most of us, however, we will have those clear spells. A widespread
frost on the way for Scotland and Northern Ireland. Temperatures will
dip away in rural spots. As far as the morning is concerned, there will
be mist and fog around, particularly across the Lowlands. Here, it is
minus 3 at 8.00am. To the south of that, we have got still - well, it
is not frosty, but it is cold enough. We still have those pesky
showers there on the Kent coast carried in by that cold breeze
coming in off the North Sea. So chilly anywhere. The further west
you, the lighter the winds will be, the more sunshine you will have and
the least cold it will feel. Once again, across the Lowlands, where
that fog persists, it could be around freezing. Tomorrow evening,
not much changes. Wrap up warmly. That area of high pressure is here
to stay through the weekend and into next week. You will notice the flow.
The winds are still around this high pressure here. The lighter winds
will be the further west you are across the UK, so that translates to
a lot of dry weather, light winds and chilly weather and that means
fog in the morning and freezing fog, so if you are an early morning
commuter, take it steady on the roads. Other than that, the weather
will be set fair. Jack Frost is around, but not everywhere.