20/02/2014 BBC Weather


20/02/2014

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you in just the second. But here is the outlook. On Sunday, we have grey

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skies and a bit of drizzle, too. Good evening. You may have had the

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latest from the Met Office about the rainfall we have had this winter,

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the wettest winter on record. It is sometimes difficult to visualise the

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numbers. Let me explain how much rain we had. If you think about a

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stretch of land across the UK, we had about half a metre of rainfall

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falling so far this winter. That is, if the water didn't sleep into the

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ground. We have a huge amount of water brought in by areas of low

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pressure. 15 of them have been big storms, causing lots of damage. As

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far as the shorts is concerned, it is just a breeze. We have a few

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shells on the horizon and that is pretty much it. You can see where

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the weather is coming from the moment. It has come in from the

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Atlantic. Just a few scatter shower words here and there. It is going to

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be a bit colder tonight compared to last night. Last night tempered as

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were about seven or eight degrees, tonight they could be frost across

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eastern areas of the country. -- temperatures. The showers will

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continue through tomorrow morning into the afternoon. Most of them

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will fall across Northern Ireland and Scotland. Here, gale force winds

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are in fact blowing. The showers will drift eastwards through the

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day. Mostly dry weather in the north-east. The same weather

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patterns continue into Friday evening. Don't get caught in some of

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those hefty showers. The weekend, not a stormy as last weekend but it

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is still going to be a windy one. We are going to start on a bright

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note, especially Saturday. It will be mostly bright. It will be windy.

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Then, on Sunday, more and more of us will get the rain. This is the

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forecast for Saturday. This is the area of low pressure that will be

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increasing our wind, cloud and rain. That translates to 50 mph

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winds in western coast. It will be June I for most of the country. The

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rain gets into Northern Ireland and Scotland. -- it will be try for most

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of the country. By Sunday, the rain will slip eastwards so there will be

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some heavy rain around Cumbria,

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