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Good evening. Looking ahead to 2017 it looks like we will start off on a
cold note. This weather front will move south in the next day or so
bringing rain with it, but also much colder air following a lull behind.
It will sweep the fog away. It's grey for some places this afternoon.
You could hardly see across the river in the Greater London area.
Met Office warnings are in force. Stay tuned to BBC local radio, they
will keep you up-to-date with the situation where you are and where
you are headed. The visibility could be as low as 100 meters or less
overnight. Tricky on the roads. Some of that fog will be freezing in the
south eastern corner. That adds to the mix. No problems in the north
and west of the UK. We have a south-westerly breeze, that will
keep things mild. There will be rain in northern Scotland. Into the
morning, slow improvements, the fog will be a problem at #. 9.00am. But
slow improvements. Maybe a few breaks in the cloud for northern
England through the morning. We get up into Scotland it will be cloudy,
windy to the north and west. Rainfall totals adding up.
Reasonable start in Northern Ireland, mild and breezy. The
weather front is slipping southwards, rain turning up in the
central lowlandsening, creeping into Northern Ireland as well. The fog
further south should lift into low cloud. It will improve into the
afternoon. Nine or ten degrees. Brighter weather to the east of the
Pennines. Head towards mid niegd, the weather front gets down into
northern England and into parts of Wales. Around midnight it will be
good in the south-east, dry, fairly mild, cloudy. To the north of our
weather front it will be cold with wintry showers to the north of
Scotland. Further wintry showers coming down in the cold wind for New
Year's Day. Our main weather front contains