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blowing. On the outlook, it is warming up towards the weekend.
Here's Nick Miller with more. Some of the many faces of spring
weather showed themselves today. Sun in Scotland, snow in the showers
that moved in across England. Hail as well. Adrian took this picture
from Essex and the chilly feel stays with us for the rest of the week
along with further showers. If you don't like this, wait for this!
Temperatures heading up at the weekend. To achieve that, we need to
change the weather pattern which is tailored towards a cold wind coming
in from the North Sea and low pressure giving us showers. Cold
enough for the rest of the night for the showers to fall as snow on the
Pennines and even to relatively low levels, there could be temporary
accumulations. A touch of frost and patchy ice and a bit of mist and fog
here and there as Thursday begins. At 8am, heavy showers scattered
about on the south coast of England into the far south-west. Could be a
rumble of thunder to give you an early alarm call! Elsewhere, a fair
amount of cloud. Some bright and sunny spells with one or two showers
dotted about, some from the word go, in Northern Ireland, some
heading into north-east England and eastern Scotland still with the
chilly easterly wind. Everything moving from east to west on the wind
so a bit more cloud in Scotland, a few more showers heading west. Into
the afternoon, we could see the showers merging to give heavy rain
across northern England. Elsewhere, scattered heavy showers, some with
hail and blunder. Some sunny spells for the afternoon for Northern
Ireland and north-west Scotland. Though cold in the wind, not quite
as cold along the eastern side as today. Friday brings further rain to
the north of England. Further south of that, some sun and still the
chilly wind. Temperature is heading up in south-east England. The first
to get the change that will change things for the weekend will see that
it's all about the wind direction. A warm flow from the continent on a
southeasterly breeze pushing the warm air northwards across the UK
over the weekend. Not wall-to-wall sunshine - some weather fronts close
to the UK threatens some with some rain but that's not set in stone.
Cold air from the sea into eastern Scotland and north-east England with
cloud. Elsewhere very breezy but when you get hazy