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will turn a bit less cold again. All the way up seven Celsius.
At this time of year we can often get the weather stories that reflect
the battle between winter and spring, and that's what's been
happening in New York in the USA. Yesterday, 17 Celsius, but today,
it's been bitterly cold, just a daytime maximum of -2, a significant
wind-chill and some significant snow falling as we speak. This was Times
Square earlier today. For others, it's been a pretty cold day. Not
quite as cold, but nevertheless a lot of low cloud lifting in off the
North Sea and two bridges have struggled. That will continue into
the weekend. -- temperatures have struggled. The easterly breezes
driving in showers. They will turn increasingly wintry as they turn
inland. Ice could be an issue on untreated roads and pavements
tomorrow morning. Temperatures falling below freezing in more rural
spots. We will start off on the cold, cloudy, great note for money.
The breeze driving in a few more showers and continuing through the
day. Sticking out of the West, for example Cornwall and Pembrokeshire,
you might see a bit of sunshine but still pretty cold. Across the East
Anglia coastline, up into Lincolnshire, still the risk of
showers and temperatures 1-2dC at the best. We might see a little more
sunshine across the lake district, through to Northern Ireland and up
into parts of western Scotland. All the time into the north-east, snow
showers are likely to be an issue. With the clear skies by day that
could lead to a significant cold night across the far north of
Scotland, -10 is quite likely. At the same time this little fellow
here will enhance the showers towards the end of the night and
into Saturday morning. We could see 2-3 centimetres to higher ground and
a significant dusting at lower levels for a time. Don't get too
excited about it! The snow will turn back to rain as we get through the
day. It will turn pretty cold, with the best of the sunshine in the
north and west. No significant change for Sunday. It stays cloudy
and cold and breezy but the potential for a significant change
may be into the story as we weave into next week. The high pressure
that has been driving the story drifts down towards the Alps,
keeping a low-pressures out of the Atlantic, but we drag in a south
easterly flow. That means perhaps something
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