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Good evening. After an exceptionally mild night last night, tonight will
be a chilly affair as we have got much clearer skies across the
British Isles. And we will keep those clearer skies into the early
hours of Saturday, but it will change dramatically as the day pans
out. We are seeing the skies clearing at the moment thanks to
this high pressure. It is this low we are up against on Saturday. So,
first things that they come actually, a lot of dry weather
around. In rural areas, temperatures down to freezing. Towns and cities,
4-5. Into the West, a lot of cloud, the rain quickly following. Key
elements for Saturday, Scotland and Northern Ireland will be windy.
Widespread gales and gusts of wind perhaps touching 70 mph. The wind
certainly strong enough to cause damage and possibly some
disruption. BBC local radio, great place to get your travel
information. Further south, and much quieter start of the weekend.
Already the wind picking up in the south-west of England and for Wales,
to, but quite mild. It will be chilly further east. Clear skies and
early sunshine and the breeze means early-morning problems with mist and
fog. The weather system will slowly plough its way eastwards through the
day, so Northern Ireland and Scotland not seeing much clearance
of the rain in the afternoon. Central and eastern areas of
England, though, won't pick up on the worst of it until after dark.
There are in mind, if you're heading out on Saturday evening, with the
wet across England and Wales. In Scotland and Northern Ireland, some
squalling and wintry showers across here during the small hours of
Sunday. By the end of the night, it all looks pretty calm once again.
The tail end of the previous weather system, the south of the UK, and
then again, as the date goes on, another low approaching from the
Atlantic, so it all goes downhill quickly through the latter part of
Sunday, certainly for England and Wales. More cloud and rain in the
south for the afternoon and then later in the day into the evening,
very strong wind, particularly for the far west of the British Isles.
Perhaps stronger than Saturday. Potentially even gusting up to 80
mph. So, through this weekend, some stormy weather. For England and
Wales, yes, somewhat windy weather but most of it will come through on