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freshening breeze and fine and dry. The national picture is with John
Hammond. This was the scene in south Dakota
earlier, the earliest snow for well over 100 years.
We have had a plunge of cold weather from the Arctic, coming down to the
plains of the US. Brought about about I a kink diving to the south.
Let's follow the jetstream across the Atlantic. It takes on another
kink. It is splitting into two. Stranded between is the island in
the stream here, a vortex. Around that there are clouds spiralling
around like a Katherine wheel but going nowhere fast. It is stuck
there. It will take a week or so before arriving on our doorstep In
the meantime, the low pressure is kept at bay. We looked at the high
pressure and the air from the east for our weather over the next few
days. At the moment nearly all of us are dry and will stay that way for
the next couple of days. There are areas of cloud around. One such area
is moving north-westwards across England and Wales. To the north of
that are clear skies but fog developing in north-east England,
Scotland and Northern Ireland. Temperatures in the towns and the
cities in double figures but under the clear skies across the glens of
Northern Ireland and Scotland, another chilly one. Milder in the
south with the cloud cover. Through tomorrow morning, starting misty and
murky. Some places starting off sunny. So a mixture. Things to even
themselves out during the day. Most of us looking forward to fine sunny
weather at times but areas of cloud floating around. The main thing is
that nearly all of us will be dry. Feeling dry and pleasant.
Temperatures getting up to the high teens and the low 20s. The winds not
too strong. Just a light easterly across the southern counties. If you
have outdoor plans you will not be disappointed, it is set fair almost
nationwide tomorrow. The same through the weekend. Dry weather.
Some sunshine around. The odd shower. A greater chance of showers