BBC Weather: UK set for strong wind and unsettled conditions
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BBC Weather forecaster Owain Wyn Evans said the UK can expect more wet and windy weather over the weekend. He noted that a new weather front will move into the UK through Saturday and bring with it strong winds and more rain. Temperatures are expected to fall away as well but frost is unlikely due to the strong winds.
Mr Wyn Evans said: “The low pressure that is driving our weather at the moment is positioned to the north.
“It is swirling all of these weather fronts away and it is also bringing us these strong winds.
“Overnight we saw gusts of 60 or 70mph, we lose this heavy rain across eastern parts of England through Saturday.
“But it is not a dry story, further heavy showers will be moving in from the northwest.
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“Some of these showers will be turning wintry on hills.”
The BBC Weather forecaster noted that there will be periods of sunshine between the showers.
Across the country, temperatures will mostly stay between six and 10 degrees on Saturday during the day.
Mr Wyn Evans continued: “Things should brighten up on Saturday and we should see some sunny spells.
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“This will be across much of England and Wales and eastern parts of Scotland as well.
“Temperature-wise we will get to about 10C in the east but for most of us it will be somewhere between six and eight Celcius.”
Powerful gales will continue to be an issue through Saturday evening.
Gale speeds will vary across the country, from as low as 31mph to 58mph.
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The forecaster said: “Through tonight we hang on to those blustery winds with gusts reaching for 50 or 60 mph.
“We will see more of those showers moving in as well, it will still be quite windy.
“Under clear skies, temperatures will fade away but I do expect with the strong winds frost is unlikely.”
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