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It will be another cold and blustery day with wintry showers in many places this morning.
There's a risk of snow to settling to low levels in Scotland and Northern Ireland at first, whereas in England and Wales the main concern is for local icy stretches and hill snow. However, there could be a few centimetres of snow briefly settling in parts of the Midlands.
Later on, during the afternoon, the showers in the south will ease and there'll be plenty of sunshine. We'll see further rain, sleet and hill snow this afternoon in the north, mainly across parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Strong, gusty winds will make it feel cold. Highs of 9 Celsius in London.
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It will be a cold and windy day with a mix of sunshine and showers.
Showers will be heaviest and most frequent in the north and northwest where they'll be wintry in many places with snow settling over hills.
Further south, showers will be a mix of rain, sleet and hail at low-levels with snow confined to hills. Turning drier here this afternoon with some sunshine.
Feeling cold everywhere in the blustery wind, especially near any heavy showers.
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Gales in the northeast at first will ease during the day. There'll be sunny spells and blustery showers, especially in the north and west, where they will be heavy and turning increasingly wintry.
Further south over England and Wales this afternoon, a band of heavy, squally showers will spread east and they may turn to sleet and snow over north Wales and northern England. Top temperature 11 Celsius (52F)
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