18/10/2016 BBC Weather


18/10/2016

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Good evening. As you've just seen from your local outlook, not a huge

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amount changes over the next few days. The weather patterns will be

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blocked again. What is driving that? It's a deep area of low pressure,

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the remnants of hurricane Nicole in the Atlantic. That's heading towards

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Greenland. Set to pile up the snow here, metres of it in the next few

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days. It's dragging a lot of warm air into the North Atlantic on the

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Eastern flank. What that does is build this, high pressure. That s

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not going to move a great deal over the next few days. To the east, low

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pressure in place. That means Eastern England always prone for

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further showers through the rest of this week. For the rest of the UK,

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largely dry, some sunny days, but also rather cool nights and a few

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misty mornings. Some of you start that way in the morning.

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Temperatures in single figures for the most part. A north-west breeze.

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That brings in showers to the west first thing. Most prone across

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Liverpool bay, Greater Manchester, Cheshire and North Wales. They drift

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away southwards through the morning. Showers elsewhere will become fewer

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in number except down Eastern parts of the country. We will see more of

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them through the afternoon. For Scotland and Northern Ireland,

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better day than today. Winds lighter, fewer showers around by the

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afternoon. It will feel a touch warmer. Same for north-west England

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once the morning cloud and showers clear away. East of the Pennines,

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get ready, the showers are on the way for the second half of the way.

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Isolated showers through Wales and the south-west. Most of you spend

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the day dry, even if it's a fleeting shower that pushes through. One or

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two isolated showers in the Midlands. Greatest chance of showers

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Eastern counties of England through the afternoon. They'll be heavier

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along the coastal strip. Accompanied by gale-force wind in places. It's

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going to feel raw at times. The showers could come with thunder to

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end the day. They'll continue through the night and through the

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rest of the week. Eastern areas more prone. High pressure to the north

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and west of us. With that, the nights get chillier. A cool start to

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Thursday morning. Greater chance of frost in the west. Pembrokeshire

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down towards Cornwall, Isles of Scilly, a few showers. Down the

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Eastern areas of England, a few showers and quite a breeze. Mostly a

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dry and sunny day. Not especially warm after a chilly start. Nice

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enough under the sunshine. Temperatures drop further with more

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of a widespread frost to take us into Friday. Change on Friday, cloud

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in Scotland and Northern Ireland, splashes of rain. Showers and a

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breeze in the south-east. Most of you dry and bright.

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Is It was the most beautiful view

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I've ever been through. For one second, I was swimming on my

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back, and I was looking to the sky. I was swimming across

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the Aegean Sea.

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