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Wednesday, 14 December 2011

We interrupt this blog to bring you a weather warning...

And from SKY NEWS...

Winds of up to 70mph could hit the UK again as the country continues to endure heavy rain and stormy conditions.


A small area of low pressure is due to move across to southern parts of Wales and into central and southern England tonight, pushing up wind speeds.

The rest of the day will see sunshine and showers, turning wintry on higher ground and with heavy and frequent downpours for southern Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England.

Southern and south eastern parts of England may have an area of wintry showers moving eastwards, with a few snowflakes possible over the Chilterns and the Cotswolds.



Other areas of the UK will also see some wintry showers spreading eastwards this afternoon, but most of these will be on higher ground.

The Met Office has issued yellow alerts for snow for much of the UK, except Yorkshire and the Humber, the East Midlands, East of England and London and the South East.

Wednesday night is set to be dry with clear skies and a widespread frost but there will be more wintry showers on Thursday.

Rain and severe gales are set to move in later into Thursday, with heavy downpours spreading east across central and southern England and Wales.

There could also be snow on higher ground in Wales and the Midlands.

High winds overnight on Monday caused a beech tree to snap in two and fall onto a diplomat's bungalow in Winchester.

Richard Wilkinson escaped serious injury despite the 30ft piece of tree destroying the roof of his home, where his daughter was also staying.

A lorry driver was killed on the M5 on Tuesday night in a collision believed to have been caused by poor weather conditions, including hail storms and black ice.


Not much chance of getting out on the board then...or is there? :o)

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