Morning Call - April 03, 2012
Wintry mix heading south
Strong gales developing

Issued: 0530hrs Tuesday, April 3rd 2012
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski


Milder by Thursday

Today the far south holds onto some mild weather but for the last day as and area of rain, sleet and snow moves south down into northern England. Some heavy falls are possible over the hills, even with some to lower levels. Temperatures of just 2C to the far north of Scotland, around 10 to 13 Celsius for most of England and Wales.
 


Strong, cold north east winds develop as that area of rain, sleet and hills snow heads down across Wales and southern parts of England. . Minimum temperatures will be down to -2 to 2 Celsius.

 
 
 


If you're heading abroad, much of Europe along with the western Mediterranean is looking unsettled with snow across eastern Europe and Scandinavia. Lots of showers to come across Spain as well.

Be sure to check out the Weatheronline Week Ahead forecast for more information on the weather across the United Kingdom for the next seven days. Have a good day.
Simon
Email me at simon.keeling@weatheronline.co.uk


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