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potentially leading us into a chilly start to the weekend. Time for the


national weather prospects if you are on the move.


Good evening, a lot going on with the weather in the next few days,


numerous weather warnings in for so buried in mind if you have travel


plans. Lots of isobars on the chart overnight which means it will be


windy for all. The strongest winds in Scotland, lots of wintry showers


with snow getting down to increasingly low levels and some


wintry showers in Northern Ireland and northern England. A cold night


for Northern England, particularly in more rural spots, frosty and I


see for some and some of the snow really blowing around over higher


ground in Scotland. Strong wind and further snow to take us into


tomorrow. It may well make for some tricky travelling conditions. The


forecast for tomorrow in the southern half of the UK's quite


tricky. We have got mild air bumping into colder air. The boundary


between the two, it will be an ugly mix of rain, sleet and snow


developing. Mild air comes in behind the weather front but the rain ahead


of that will be mixing with the cold air. Details are a bit elusive even


at this stage but it looks like snow will develop over the higher ground


of Wales and may be down towards the higher ground in the south and west.


In the afternoon and evening, the whole area of rain, sleet and snow


moves ever eastwards and some looks like it will get down to lower


levels. Further north, a bit more straightforward, in the cold air,


showers across Scotland mostly of snow but not too many for the


eastern side and a mixture of rain, sleet and snow in Northern Ireland


and England, two, but some spells or sunshine as well but a significant


wind-chill. Two or three degrees of the phenomenon -- thermometer but


factoring in a wind, it will feel like -2 or -3 so significant. In the


evening, that area of rain, sleet and snow crosses East Anglia and the


south-eastward could leave recovering even at lower levels and


behind it, it turns very frosty and icy and another area of persistent


rain, sleet and snow heading south on a fairly stiff wind. That will


get down towards the Midlands by Dawn on Friday. By which stage, the


frost will be quite widespread and not just frosty, it could well be


quite icy for some. Potentially quite a slippery start to Friday


morning. That area of rain, sleet and snow moves across the south-east


and east Anglia fairly quickly through the morning and is gone by


late morning. A strong wind down the North Sea coast will generate large


waves and further wintry showers around the east Coast, along the


north coast and maybe western coastal areas as well. Inland,


mostly dry with sunshine but cold, five or 6 degrees at the very best


but feeling