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That is when the wind is going to pick up. Thursday looks like a
quieter day. Good evening, a roller-coaster ride
of weather continues across the British Isles. We want to get off,
but unfortunately we have got more white knuckle rides to come. This
area of low pressure is bringing wet and extremely windy weather. It
happens again on Friday with another deep low moving in from the
south-west. That means that potentially over the next five days
we could see as much a 60 - 80 millimetres of rainfall, among's
worth in just five days. Before that there are lots of tricky conditions
out there at the moment. We have got snow across Scotland and Northern
Ireland. As these showers pushed further inland and temperatures fall
away, we could see snow at lower levels as well. It is a similar
story for South Yorkshire and into Derbyshire and perhaps the Midlands.
Even if we do not get the snow, and we keep the showers, it will be a
cold night, so that could lead to icy stretches on the roads. That
will pale into insignificance because the wind is already picking
up and an intense band of rain continues to push in across the
country. This time it will be a bit more prolonged for tomorrow. The
wins either significant feature. There is an amber warning for the
gusts of wind. Let's look at the afternoon. In the Northern Isles and
the far north of Scotland it is quite quiet. Snow continues across
the mountains and sharp showers in northern Ireland and northern
England. The winds pick up into the North West and the South of Wales.
The band of rain is still clinging on to East Anglia and the Essex and
Kent coasts. Blizzard conditions are possible overnight in Scotland and
on the higher ground. By Thursday things potentially get a little
quieter. There will be some showers around, but wet and windy weather
set to return as we move towards Friday.