BBC Weather forecast sunshine and low temperatures
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High-pressure is expected to give Britons dry and settled weather for the weekend with some sunshine breaking through the cloud in places. However, Ms Keith-Lucas has warned BBC Weather watchers on Friday that temperatures will remain “not great” for the time of year as a stubborn cold front remains. The bright and dry weekend weather is likely to give way into next week with meteorological charts noting a spike in the likelihood for snowfall in parts of the UK, most notably Scotland and the North-East of England, from Wednesday.
Presenter Ms Keith-Lucas said: “High pressure keeping our weather rather dry and settled.
“Not just today but through the next couple of days as well.
“Fair about of cloud, some sunshine breaking through the clouds but temperatures not great for this time of year.
She added: “It is feeling quite cool out there, we have a cold air mass with us.
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“High pressure but quite cold air with us.”
Limited rainfall is also predicted for the East Coast of England and south towards the Channel Islands.
“Most other areas looking dry with light winds,” said Ms Keith – Lucas.
“Temperatures around about five to eight degrees.”
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The forecaster did predict a cold snap beginning the weekend with frost expected on Saturday morning with temperatures plummeting to around minus four degrees.
Sunday will see temperatures of around six to eight degrees for most of England with a high of nine or ten enjoyed across the North-West of Scotland.
“Viable amounts of cloud a bit of sunshine,” added Ms Keith – Lucas.
“Some decent weather for getting out and about.”
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Moving into next week an Atlantic weather front is due to clear out the high pressure over the UK, this will clear the way for less settled weather.
Charts show the chance of snow slowly starting to increase from Wednesday.
The Highlands of Scotland receive the highest likelihood of snow with the possibility of snowfall reaching more than ninety per cent in high areas on Thursday
Parts of England are also likely to see some snow over the course of next week, mainly in the North-East
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