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Temperatures creeping up a notch or two and turning milder into the
weekend. A guarantee on your journey to work
tomorrow, if you are nipping out to the shop for a paper, somebody will
talk about how cold it is. Looking at today, the weather front pushing
Southwest, mild air stay in south-west, but behind it is colder
air from the Arctic. Behind it, windy conditions. Bleak across
northern Scotland, a cold day with temperatures struggling to get above
two. If you think that's cold, look at what's happening outside as we
speak. Temperatures falling below freezing quite widely across the
country and towards dawn they could be as low as -8 in rural parts of
Oxfordshire. I guarantee you will be scraping the ice of the car
windscreens first thing in the morning. Some cloud running down the
North Sea coast and some cloud across Lincolnshire and East Anglia.
A few showers here, but further inland the temperatures fall away.
Towns and city centres also below freezing. Widespread hard frost
first thing. The exception might be down in the south-west, a little
cloud first thing in the morning, but it will be a cold and frosty
start. Maybe even some patchy freezing fog in places. Hopefully
fairly isolated. The risk of some showers across the East Yorkshire
coast and ligature, but those showers will ease through the day
and perhaps a bit more cloud around for Northern Ireland so not as cold.
Not as windy tomorrow across the north-east of Scotland. Fewer
showers around and we will see some sparkling sunshine through the day.
Yes, it will be cold, but the frost will lift and it will be a lovely
day in terms of sunshine coming through. Brighter skies out to the
West. Temperatures here at around seven or 8 degrees, but elsewhere it
will feel pretty cold. Looks as though a south-west wind will kick
in moving towards Friday, pushing weather fronts in from the Atlantic
so see wet and windy weather arriving. Ahead of that, the
potential for dense and freezing fog in the south-east first thing. The
rain getting heavier, weeping as it pushes south and east. A milder day
on Friday, between seven and 11 degrees. The front clears away, high
pressure building as we move into the weekend. Looks though the
quieter mild weather is set to continue. Lots of mild air around at
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