Sunday morning forecast 16/02/20

By | February 16, 2020

Sunday morning forecast 16/02/20
Sunday morning forecast 16/02/20
Hello and welcome for Sunday morning, full cast from here at the Met Office. Storm Dennis is still willing to lie with us, as we wake up first thing this morning continue see a lot of rain and wind around the cross country on the number of warnings can enforce. The strongest winds will be up towards north of the UK Circle. In 60 or 70 miles an hour here as a blustery showers supposed to bring some sleet or snow over the tops of the mountains, will it rain that came in from Dennis yesterday, there’s still some heavy downpours here. As a result, warnings of student Force Arena Crossing about some Amber warning that until later on, in the day, strong winds, wind warnings remain in force for the whole of the UK.

First thing this morning, as well as we had through the afternoon, which might that way. If it wasn’t part of the UK and again, it was either turn into sleet or snow over the higher ground of Scotland that ring finger down in the Southeast. Finally, see that me we’re into the day for the places that but the strong blustery winds from the West Lucifer the Westin Park overnight in the shower food in a sweep snow over The High Ground of Scotland on Monday morning. It’S going to be another windy day. Still have wind warnings out for a parts of Northern UK on Monday and I’ll bring in further blustery showers, and that really will make things feel much colder and it has done over the weekend now.

There is no flock turn on without weather. At the moment, number of warnings out for the next 2 or 3 days. You want to know more detail about where you live. That’S more information on the mouth, its website through a mobile app where you can follow us on social media.
16 February – National weather forecast presented by Simon Partridge

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