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precipitation we get will be of a wintry nation and Thursday is one we
have to watch out for. The weekend outlook, it stays chilly with a
northerly wind and possibly frosty nights. The national weather
forecast now. Wet and windy weather across the
western side of Scotland. Blood-pressure is in charge of the
weather, lots of isobars and it remains windy overnight across
northern and western parts of Scotland. It will blow a gale here.
That is the north-west quadrant of the UK, that is where we expect most
of the overnight rain. Within north-westerly breeze it is chilly
and by the end of the night it is three or 4 degrees in major towns
and cities, rural spots lower than that, and a risk of icy patches in
some places. Across the eastern side of Scotland not much rain, more on
the west, still breezy but not as windy as it is now. Northern Ireland
will be fairly cloudy with some rain in the morning, not much in northern
England but some in the Pennines, but for the it will be dry.
Essentially a dry start. More in the way of rain across parts of Wales
and the south-west of England. The east side of England and East
Scotland seemed the best sunny spells in the morning, by the
afternoon more in the way of cloud, as patchy rain drifts eastwards.
After a chilly start most places in single figures through the
afternoon, although one or two in the south-west might get double
figures. In the evening sun patchy rain, and then we will see another
weather system coming in from the north and west drifting down to the
Midlands by dawn on Wednesday with further showers, some turning wintry
over the high ground. Starting Wednesday in single figures again.
Wednesday will be a windy day for sure, blustery winds and lots of
showers across Scotland, getting right across the country. Some of
them will be wintry over higher ground, a few wintry showers over
the hills of Northern Ireland and northern England. Further north
quite cold and you have to factor in the blustery wind making it feel
colder. On the subject of cold, exceptionally low temperatures in
the south-east of Europe, no change for the next couple of days but it
turns less cold in Germany and in Poland. On Thursday, the winds come
down from the north and north-west and lots of isobars on the chart
meaning it will be a windy day and a significant wind-chill factor and
further wintry showers. Later on