06/03/2014 BBC Weather


06/03/2014

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by the students are likely to choose. Let's get the weather

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outlook for tonight and tomorrow now, from Judith.

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It has been a wet evening but the rain continues to clear living much

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of the country dry. We have some drizzle for southern parts. Tomorrow

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it will be quite different. It is a cold day. The showers piling across

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western Scotland and extend further east. As we head towards the

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afternoon, they become fewer and lighter. Once we seek cold wind

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digging in, those showers turned increasingly wintry. By the end of

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the afternoon, we should see drier conditions. There is some good

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spells of sunshine but it will be windy.

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And that's Reporting Scotland. Our next update is during Breakfast at

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6.25 tomorrow morning. But, from everyone on the late team here in

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Glasgow and around the country, goodnight.

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outlook for London. Temperatures stay like this.

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Hello, after the teenage tantrums of the last couple of months, the

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weather is going to move into more sedate middle age will stop maybe

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tonight is the midlife crisis because it is still likely -- middle

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age. Breezy and cloudy for most will stop but it will not be cold, but

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wet, particularly across Cumbria. The railway -- the rain is reluctant

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to move from Northern Ireland, Scotland, increasingly wet across

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Wales later. More patchy. West England, the Midlands and East of

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the Pennines, temperatures no lower than 10 degrees. Not a cold night

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anywhere. A wet start tomorrow across parts of England and Wales

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but that rain will ease away and cloud will rake. Brighter skies

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spread in from the North West a different outlook to the afternoon,

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particularly for Wales and south-west England where it has been

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cloudy. Beautiful blue skies tomorrow, light winds, temperatures

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up to 14 degrees, possibly 16 degrees in some parts of the South

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East. Further North, 20 of sunshine and drier weather but temperatures

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lower and winds are stronger. A cold afternoon. And, snow showers on low

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levels. Some ice is around across Scotland overnight on Friday, and a

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cold night generally across Scotland, England and central and

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eastern of Wales. Further West, the wind will dig up because of this low

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session. It will stay to the West. It will bring some rain to Northern

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Ireland and Scotland through the early part of Saturday. Cloudy skies

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for England and Wales to start with for the weekend but it will write in

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from the South -- Brighton. -- it will brighten up. Sunday, the warmer

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weather will linger across the South East particularly. Disappointingly

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cloudy elsewhere operator for Scotland and Northern Ireland, some

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rain left. But that has disappeared by next week and this is what we

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will be looking at, high-pressure settling across the whole of the UK.

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Many places could stay dry throughout next week, possibly

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beyond. Warm sunshine by day, frosty by night, so if you get carried away

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