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High pressure stays in charge of the next few days, no great changes over
the next few next few days, no great changes over
the next few days, more sunshine on the way.
Despite high-pressure sitting across the country so only slow changes in
the weather, we have had a variety of different weathers, for example
this beautiful sunset in Southampton which was shared by a Weather
Watcher, but grey and misty in Derby thanks to an awful lot of cloud
around and very little deviation by day or night from the rather grey
routine. That is because we have a weather
front, albeit very weak and very little wind to move the cloud and
the mist on. Those areas furthest from the weather front to the south,
we will see frosty weather under clear skies and to the north and
east, but for most of us the code acts like a blanket, stopping
temperatures from falling down so relatively mild. Under the clear
skies it is another harsh frost. There is fog around and the cold air
is never too far away, it is a really harsh period of winter at the
moment down to the Mediterranean and at times the cold right,
particularly towards the weekend, will further our way. Where we have
cold and the frosty weather, these are the sorts of seeds we have. That
was West Berkshire this morning, those scenes will be quite prevalent
across the southern half of the UK. There could be mist and fog across
East Anglia, the Midlands and Wales and we have seen how misty it is to
Derbyshire, that low cloud is sitting on the hills.
Very few breaks in the cloud initially elsewhere except perhaps
the East and the north-east, then we have another weather front, some
patchy rain across the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, although it
looks set to pull away from Shetland tomorrow. A slightly better chance
of more brightness coming through in Northern Ireland, we will have that
in parts of eastern Scotland, some breaks elsewhere but the majorities
in the south, perhaps more so than today. We could see more cloud
coming into East Anglia and the south-east later. Temperatures have
evened out somewhat, five to nine Celsius.
Subtle changes on Friday, perhaps more brightness across Northern
Ireland and Scotland, less in the South, meaning less frost on the
whole. The high-pressure keeps things drive for the weekend. There
could be spotted drizzly rain and even sleet and snow but