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there's something heading your way coming the end of this week.
For the time being, the real cold air is either side of us.
There's one blast of Arctic air that's sitting in place
across much of eastern Europe and there's another one out
towards the east coast of the United States.
We're sitting in mild air at the moment, but as the jet stream
wakens up this week, we see an initial touch of cold air to start
the week, milder weather mid week and then towards the end,
we open the door at last to some Arctic air,
which for some will mean a bit of snow.
Certainly not out there for Monday, but it does get colder
through the day as this weather front pushes its way southwards.
Clearing Scotland and Northern Ireland by the end of
the rush hour, spreading south across England and Wales
late morning into the afternoon.
South-westerly winds will continue towards the south-east corner.
Double figure temperatures here, but even with some sunshine,
a scattering of showers,
it feels colder for the second half of the day the further north you go.
We could see severe gales affect northern Scotland
to take us into the night.
The showers continue here and around some other western areas.
Southern and eastern parts become dry and clear and there could be
a touch of frost for some to take us into Tuesday morning.
So a colder start to the day compared with Monday morning
and a colder start to Tuesday itself with north-westerly winds in place.
We will see, though,
through the day as this high pressure builds across
the mid Atlantic, the wind's got a little bit more westerly
and so with it we'll see more cloud spill in,
the occasional rain and drizzle.
We're back to the murky conditions over the hills,
brightest for longest down eastern parts of Scotland and England.
Here, though, a fairly cool day, whereas in the west, we finish
Tuesday afternoon with temperatures back into double figures.
So a mild end to Tuesday, a mild night to come. Pretty windy night.
In fact, strong winds throughout this week, really.
Strongest overnight will be across northern Scotland.
Severe gales, some heavy rain here.
Cloud and patchy rain elsewhere,
but eventually after a grey start brightening up very quickly.
But we're back into north-westerly winds.
Temperatures actually dropping throughout Wednesday.
Back down to around 4 or 5 degrees across the north later in
the day and we start to introduce some snow flurries.
By the time we finish Wednesday and go into Thursday,
this is when the doors really open to the Arctic.
The air flooding its way southwards.
We could just see a little weather feature push in across the south
of England and the English Channel bringing rain,
a little bit of sleet on its northern edge.
But elsewhere, icy winds, frequent snow showers across the north
and west giving a cover of snow for some of you even at lower levels.
Pinpointing those areas, though, very uncertain this far ahead
but even further east we'll see a few flakes of snow at times.
So I think most of you will see at least one or two flakes of snow.
But wherever you are, a bitterly cold day in the wind.
Temperatures made to feel more sub-zero thanks to that strength
of the wind and that maintains through Thursday night into Friday.
Through the night and into Friday,
severe gales expected and high and rough seas down North Sea coasts.
We could still see some snow flurries.
Icy conditions to start the day
and we'll still see some wintery showers.
Northern and western areas in particular.
Maybe some longer spells later on in the day.
Temperatures struggling to get above freezing.
Made to feel colder in that wind. Winds ease to take us into Saturday.
It could be a very cold start to the weekend.
But what happens beyond that,
it looks like this area of low pressure
is set to dominate the chart
eventually bringing in south-westerly winds
through the weekend and returning us back to greyer skies,
damp and drizzly weather and those murky conditions across the west.
There is just a small chance, and it is a diminishing chance,
that high pressure will build across Scandinavia and easterly winds
could tap into cold air across eastern parts of Europe
at the moment meaning a much frostier and colder outlook.
But at the moment, this is a most unlikely scenario.
It looks like the milder winds will gradually win back. Bye for now.
Body of a young woman's just been found,
on the beach of the Malbonne estate.
I know this is a difficult time, but I need to ask a few questions.
Can you open up, please?
What were you and her arguing about?
I had nothing to do with her death.
Strange, isn't it? Doesn't quite make sense.