22/02/2018 BBC Weather


22/02/2018

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had through the weekend,

particularly into next week. More

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particularly into next week. More

details in a national forecast with

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Louise Lear.

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Good evening. We've seen some

record-breaking cold this winter in

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North America but that changed on

Wednesday, we had some

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record-breaking heat. The reason

being a warm, moist air coming up

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through the Gulf of Mexico, right

across the East Coast, so

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temperatures for New York City

soared on Wednesday. Highs of 26

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degrees, the warmest late February

day for over 88 years. To add insult

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to injury lets move closer to home

across the pond and talk about how

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cold it is going to be for us over

the next few days. Still under the

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influence of that high-pressure,

winds and air coming from Siberia,

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bitterly cold across Europe. As we

head into next week it's going to

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get colder still for us across the

UK, bitterly cold winds, widespread

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hard frosts and yes, even the chance

of some snow. Let's get closer to

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home to the here and now. Through

tonight it looks as though it will

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be a quiet end to the day with clear

skies. Temperatures are likely to

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fall away with the exception of

cloud through Northern Ireland and

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western Scotland so here we keep the

Greens, the blues denoting a

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widespread frost right across the

country. A cold start for money.

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With a little more cloud just

spilling in off the North Sea we

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could have one or two isolated

showers here first thing. A little

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bit more cloud through central and

eastern England. We keep the crowd

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in Northern Ireland. Sandwiched in

between the two, it's a sandwich of

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sunshine. It will feel quite chilly,

5-7 at the very best. As we move out

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of Friday we still have the area of

high pressure that's going to be

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influencing the story for quite some

time. Sitting across Scandinavia, so

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the cold air starting to push around

that high all the way across dry

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continental Europe, so it's not

going to warm up, so that means on

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the exposed these sides it's going

to feel chilly. Lots of sunshine to

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start the weekend after a frosty

start, not a bad story. Quite

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acquired story. Providing you have a

few extra layers on it should not be

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too bad with the sunshine coming

through, 4-7 across the country. It

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will be a case of spot the

difference on Sunday, really. Dry,

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settled, sunny but cold, colder

still on Monday. Through the latter

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stages of Monday there's a potential

for snow showers. The snow showers

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look likely to be more widespread as

we go from Tuesday

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