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Hello. Not a great start to the week for many parts of the UK.
It's quite windy, fairly chilly,
and there was a good deal of rain to be had as well.
An interesting week ahead, though,
because it's going to get colder and colder
and as that cold air becomes firmly in place across the UK,
we're going to see some snow showers developing and some of that snow
later on this week could get down to much lower levels.
That's one to keep a pretty close eye on.
A chilly start to the day today,
but no snow, just a chilly start,
but a bright start for many central and eastern areas.
The best of the sunshine here through the morning.
More cloud by the afternoon as some patchy rain drifts its way
from west to east and after a chilly start to the day,
most of us will stay in single figures, seven, eight, nine degrees
will be fairly typical, but a few places
out towards the west may well just about get into double figures.
Through the evening, a bit of patchy rain for a time,
East Anglia and the south-east
as more rain comes into the north-west.
That sinks its way south so that by dawn on Wednesday
there's a lot of cloud around, some rain through the Midlands,
some showers into the north and west of the UK and again quite chilly,
most places starting off well into single figures.
But it will be a windy day on Wednesday, very blustery winds
bringing some snow showers into the north and west.
The snow mainly over higher grounds,
but the further south and east you are,
you should be mostly fine and dry and actually relatively mild,
ten, 11 or 12 degrees, but a good deal colder further north.
On the subject of cold, it's been extremely cold for some parts
of southern and eastern Europe,
staying very cold in the south of Europe
through into Thursday, but through Germany, Poland,
becoming a little bit less cold over the next couple of days.
Back on our shores,
through Thursday the winds are still coming in
from the north or north-west.
The air's coming down from Iceland, from Greenland.
Yes, it's going to be a cold day on Thursday,
a blustery day as well,
with snow showers in the north and west of the UK,
some of those getting down to slightly lower levels
and a chilly feel to things.
We're well into single figures, then you factor in the winds,
and for many places it's going to feel like it is sub-zero.
It's going to feel more like minus two,
minus three degrees
in Glasgow, Belfast, Newcastle and Manchester as well.
So a cold day on Thursday with some snow showers
and then through Thursday night into Friday,
a real squeeze in the isobars along the eastern side of the UK
as the winds continue to come from a long way north,
so very blustery for eastern Scotland,
eastern England and with that comes the risk of snow showers
and some of those again could get down to quite low levels
and further snow showers in the north and west again on Friday
and again we are in single figures across the board
if again you factor in the wind.
As we head towards the weekend, the winds are now coming in
from the north-west and weather systems on that wind
will be bringing a mixture of rain, sleet and some snow.
Most of the snow on the leading edge of this weather system,
which will work its way ever eastwards
and then it turns back to rain,
but it'll be rain mostly drifting south across England and Wales,
maybe a bit of snow over higher ground.
It looks pretty cold into the start of the weekend.
Second part of the weekend looks equally cold with the winds
coming down from the north.
Maybe a bit more from the north-west,
maybe from the north-east, but either way,
it looks like it'll be pretty chilly with that northerly wind.
Then into the coming week, it looks like we'll change
that wind direction to something more of a westerly wind
and with that air coming from the middle of the Atlantic,
it shouldn't be quite so cold,
but I think it'll be unsettled in the north and west of the UK.
There'll be weather systems moving through.
There'll be some spells of rain at times,
with those areas of low pressure, but further south,
it looks like high pressure will be the dominant force,
so with that comes some more settled conditions,
but also the risk of some fog and frost, but generally speaking,
it looks a little bit milder into the coming week.
A bit less windy too.
Most of any rain we see is likely in the north and west of the UK.
A good deal drier in the south and east.
There'll be another update tomorrow night.