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Good evening. It was a pretty grey day across most of the United
Kingdom. Elsewhere there was pretty extensive cloud cover. We are
keeping that cloud overnight tonight, we could see some fog
forming where it breaks from the wash down towards the Bristol area.
With that fog comes a touch of frost. Further north a bit of debris
and rain will help keep the temperature is up at five or six
degrees. It is a great start to the day with a lot of cloud around and
mist and fog in the of the United Kingdom. Away from the fog, a lot of
cloud, but not much rain to speak of. A few spits and sports in parts
of northern England, but it is a dry start here with a lot of cloud. It
is a different story in the north and west of Scotland. This weather
front has been gradually drifting southwards during the day. It is
quite a slow process, and some of it will turn up in Northern Ireland. In
Wales it is a largely dry day. Where the fog lingers temperatures will
struggle. Away from the fog it could be six or seven degrees. In the
evening the weather front is on the move and it will push its way down
across England and Wales. The isobars are getting quite close
together, so on Wednesday it will be quite windy. But a central swathe of
the UK has a decent day. On Thursday this is one to watch. The low
pressure to the north of us and some strong winds and this cold front is
heading south. It is coming all the way down from the Arctic and there
is a blast of cold air and a significant wind-chill factor. The
strongest wind is coming down the eastern side of the UK. This is mid
afternoon on Thursday. It is going to feel close to freezing in the
North of Scotland. As that weather front slips south, the cold air
follows. A real blast of Arctic air is on the way.