07/03/2018 BBC Weather


07/03/2018

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weekend. Thankfully not all weekend

long. Rain for us. Elsewhere in the

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UK there is some snow in

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long. Rain for us. Elsewhere in the

UK there is some snow in the

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forecast once again.

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We may have escaped the clutches of

last week's bitterly cold spell, but

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the snow has not completely done

with us yet. No Beast from the East

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this time, in fact a fairly

innocuous looking area of cloud that

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has been pushing in from the

Atlantic. This is bringing some

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outbreaks of rain. It has even

brought some thunder and lightning

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across parts of Wales and the

south-west. It is as this runs into

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what is relatively cold air that it

could start to bring some snow. The

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further south you are, it will

mostly be rain. Pretty windy across

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southern parts of England

particularly further north, for

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Northern Ireland. Full Scotland,

clear spells with a scattering of

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showers. Here, the potential for ice

as temperatures dipped below

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freezing. The potential for

disruptive weather through the early

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hours of Thursday really comes when

the wet weather meets the relatively

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cold air to the north. We are

talking about parts of mid and North

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Wales, especially over the hills. We

could see ten centimetres of snow.

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Across the North Midlands and into

northern England particularly, we

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might see snow not only over high

ground, even to low levels, places

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like Manchester, Leeds, Durham, they

could see a couple of centimetres of

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snow. Any accumulations of snow for

the Thursday morning rush hour could

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cause some travel issues, so it is

worth staying tuned to your BBC

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local radio station. A mixture of

rain, sleet and snow will clear away

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fairly quickly tomorrow. What we

will be left with into the afternoon

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is a lot of dry weather across the

country, spells of sunshine. Still

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quite windy towards this out. Still

some showers pushing from the West,

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with the high ground of Scotland

those showers could still be wintry.

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Temperatures may be a little bit

down on where they have been today,

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six or 10 degrees, not too bad

going. A cold start on Friday

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morning, quite widespread frost,

some mist patches are possible. Then

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we see a lot of sunshine. Still some

showers after the North West, wintry

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over high ground. Then down to the

south, you can't have failed to have

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noticed this, the wet weather

pushing through the Channel Islands

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and into southern England and South

Wales by the end of the day. This is

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what takes us into the weekend.

Friday night we push this frontal

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system northwards, taking that

weather with it. No pressure in the

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south-west, and that means we get a

southerly wind. That means we can

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tap into mild air. Some parts of the

South could get up to 14 degrees.

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With the mild weather we get

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