27/01/2014 BBC Weather


27/01/2014

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It's going to get colder than it's been all winter. Ahead of that,

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though, the showers keep going and going through tonight and into

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tomorrow. Some of them heavy, possibly thundery too. Here's the

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satellite. We can pick out the swirl of cloud here. The bands of shower

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clouds that have been streaming into the UK. All driven and wrapped

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around an area of low. That is the driving force for the showers that

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we have at the moment. The centre close to Northern Ireland, which is

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why it's been so wet earlier in the evening. As the low drifts south, it

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takes more showers into England and Wales. With fewer breaks in the

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cloud overnight, it won't be as cold as last night. The ice risk

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restricted to northern Scotland. Most of the showers will be of rain,

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but we could have showers over the Highlands. Mostly rain and across

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the easten side of the country. Still some showers in Northern

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Ireland. Beginning to ease way from all but eastern counties. Across

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England and Wales, a lot of cloud for the rush hour in the morning. A

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lot of showers this time not just in the south-east, but across the south

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and into Wales. The reason we are getting more showers across the

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south is that the wind direction is changing and we are drawing in the

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showers from the warmer Channel. Around the north of that low, we are

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the rain going. A bit dryer across the west of Scotland. With the low

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pressure pulling away from Northern Ireland, it should be less wet here,

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but a lot of showers for England and Wales. Temperatures six to nine. On

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a par with today. We start then with a lot of showers. The risk of

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localised flooding. Mid-week, temperatures take a tumble and we'll

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have more widespread frosts and icy conditions, but briefly it will be

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dryer. The really cold air is in the north-east of Europe and

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Scandinavia, below freezing all day. We'll not be as cold as that, but as

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the low pressure that's bringing the showers drifts south into Europe, we

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start to draw in an easterly wind and drag in the cold air and we have

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the conflict with the fronts off the Atlantic.

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