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Good evening. It says a lot about how mild it's been recently that
lowest temperatures so far this winter were back in November. Mind
you it feels more like it tonight. We have temperatures below freezing
in some places already with a frost and nasty patches of fog already
across parts of East Anglia and the south-east. They'll develop more
widely across many central and eastern areas as we go through the
night. Met office warnings are in force. Different story further west,
increasing cloud and breeze and rain heading in to Northern Ireland and
pushing to western Scotland first thing in the morning. Not a pleasant
breakfast time here. Dryer further east across Scotland. Most of
England and Wales will be dry. We will have all that fog across
central and eastern areas. Western parts of Wales and the south-west of
England will see temperatures on the rise with increasing cloud and
breeze. Rain arriving later in the day. Further east you might have to
scrape the windscreen and we will have fog patches to watch out for.
Those will linger into the morning and lift up to low cloud gradually.
It could be a bleak day across eastern parts of England,
particulately north-eastern. That rain heads across Northern Ireland
to the heart of Scotland. Heavy pulses, as well. Some snow up over
parts of the Grampians and Southern Highlands, too. Brightness, nine
across the sooegs but generally feeling chilly can rain in the west.
Tomorrow evening this rain will saunter eastwards in a sporadic
manner. Heavy pulses of rain likely and that rain will get hooked up
across eastern-most parts of the UK well into Wednesday, potentially
cold and drab here. Further west it will brighten up, some sunshine and
reasonable temperatures but sharp showers, as well. Through the middle
part of the week those fronts stranded across the UK, further ones
coming in from the west. They're coming up against a block of cold
air across Scandinavia and north-eastern parts of Europe. Cold
air to the east and mild air to the west. It looks as if eventually the
mild air will win. With it we will see some active weather fronts
pushing in during Friday with heavy rain and strong winds, too. Further
east across the country after a cold and frosty start we will see some
brightness. Eventually we will see that wet weather spreading across
the country as we approach the weekend which obviously is not good
news given the state of