15/11/2017 Weather for the Week Ahead


15/11/2017

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Hello. It's time to get a check on

the weather for the next few days,

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and in the short-term it's going to

remain fairly quiet.

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One thing worth mentioning -

on Wednesday morning

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there could be a fair bit of fog

around across England and Wales.

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Some of the fog patches could be

quite dense, they might last

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right through the morning,

possibly into the afternoon,

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but I think for most of us it

shouldn't be too foggy first thing.

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But where the fog does linger, it'll

probably be across

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parts of England and Wales. Scotland

and Northern Ireland,

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I don't think there will be any fog

problems here.

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So Wednesday itself, overall, across

the country,

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especially the southern half of the

UK,

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it is going to be quite a cloudy day

and in one or two spots

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we'll have a some drizzle as well,

for example, southern

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parts of Wales, maybe around the

east of England, too.

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But certainly not the case across

the bulk of Scotland

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and Northern Ireland. Wednesday is

going to be bright,

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quite sunny, but it's not going to

be warm -

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temperatures only around 8 degrees.

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Then we go into Yorkshire, you can

see where all the cloud is,

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it's looking quite damp across

Lincolnshire,

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maybe some of that fog lingering

here across

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the East Midlands into East Anglia,

possibly the south,

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but you'll also notice that the

clouds in one or

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two areas is breaking up. It's very

difficult in this

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situation to tell you exactly where

every break

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in the cloud is going to be, but

suffice to say

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it's going to be quite a cloudy sort

of day.

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On Thursday we see a weather front

moving in out of the north-west

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and you can see it here. This might

bring a spell of

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quite heavy rain, at least for a

short time,

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across some northern parts of the

UK, but behind it

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the skies will clear and we'll start

to see colder air

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moving in. So you can see how clear

it is across Scotland,

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Northern Ireland and the north of

England,

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whereas in central and southern

areas here

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we still hang on to that cloud and

that slightly milder weather.

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The cold front is through by this

stage, Friday morning,

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high pressure builds in, especially

across southern parts

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of the UK, so we're all in that

colder air.

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But it will feel particularly cold

across Scotland

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because this is where the winds are

going to be strong.

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We can see a lot of mild air out the

Atlantic that will

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eventually come back our way, but

not as far as Friday

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is concerned. A lot of sunshine out

there with just a few

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blustery showers across Scotland.

You can see the

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temperatures are mostly into single

figures.

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After a fairly cold Friday, Saturday

morning could

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be quite frosty almost anywhere in

the UK,

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so a nippy start and those

temperatures single figures

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across most parts of the UK, maybe

nudging up to

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double figures depending on how much

sunshine we're going to get.

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And as we head into Sunday this is

where the change is.

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If you were watching yesterday, I

mentioned that the weekend

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is looking completely dry. This has

actually changed now

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and on Sunday we are in fact

anticipating an area

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of low pressure to move into the UK

and bring some wet weather

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to particularly western areas of the

country.

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And that low pressure is going to be

barrelling through Sunday and Monday

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and now the current thinking is

that once we're through this

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wet period Sunday and Monday,

by the time we get to Tuesday,

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that low moves out into the north

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and high pressure starts to build.

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But I must warn you that the

outlook,

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the details for the outlook,

are still a little bit uncertain.

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So, next week, we've got that mild,

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wettish start with the low pressure

coming in, then the high builds,

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and there's a risk of more frost

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and fog later in the week.

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