Channel 4 News’ Weather presenter Liam Dutton blogs on the highs and lows of the weather.
During the past few weeks, the jet stream has been south of the UK, steering low pressure and cold air our way. However, this weekend the jet stream is going to move just north of the UK, allowing high pressure to have an influence on our weather – especially for England and Wales.
On Saturday, the best of the sunshine, albeit with a breeze, will be across much of north east Scotland, England and Wales – except for parts of Cornwall, Cumbria and western coastal counties of Wales, which could be cloudy and drizzly.
On Sunday, the best of the sunshine will switch to Scotland and Northern Ireland, as England and Wales turn cloudy with a little rain. (more…)
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With a big area of high pressure across the UK this week, you’d probably think that us weather folk have got an easy ride. However, the opposite is true!
Even though all parts of the UK have been cold for around a week, many southern areas had yet to experience any snowfall. Last night that changed, with an area of snow spreading across southern and
This week will see the cold weather continue, with further snow in places – although from midweek onwards, high pressure will build from the west, leading to a drier theme for many.