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    You are our oracle.

    Iron-hard frosts here, but not snow exactly where we are. Plenty in Cumbria as a whole, though!

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    A real patchwork of weather warnings for snow and ice today in various parts of the UK https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings.

    Frequent and sometimes heavy snow showers are blowing in off the north sea and these are moving much further inland than the warning area (reaching Leeds, Manchester and Sheffield for example). At the same time the air is warming up and lying snow is starting to melt in places. The ground is very cold underneath and this is a classic skating rink scenario, so please take care out there!
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    Today should be the last of the cold days, at least for now. There may be a frost early tonight in eastern areas, but milder weather is moving in from the west, with inevitable wind and rain. This is the start of a more changeable and milder spell, with fewer frosts and more in the way of rain, especially in the west.

    Whether we have seen the last of the winter cold is another matter. Although the shorter term models seem to be pointing towards less cold weather, there is still time for more cold and snow, and it is simply too soon to tell whether or not the cold will return.
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    The weather is about to become much more active with a very windy 2nd half of the week, particularly in the south at first, but generally from Friday to Sunday as low pressure systems move in. Bands of rain will cross the country as well, heaviest in the north and west. There are yellow warnings for wind covering much of the UK and one for rain in parts of Scotland https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings.

    As the low moves away on Saturday the wind will turn into the north and it will become much colder. There is the potential for some wintery showers over the weekend. High pressure then builds from the south, bringing drier weather. As always, the effect of this on the temperature will depend on the position of the high. If it is centred to the east it will bring mild south westerly winds, if over the top of us we are likely to have frost and fog, if to the west it will remain cold. Models can't make up their minds exactly where this high pressure goes, although the consensus appears to favour mild weather for the middle of February. We shall see.
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