BBC Weather: ‘Touch of frost’ to hit parts of UK as new front brings disruptive weather

BBC Weather: UK warned of 'frost' as temperatures drop

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Carol Kirkwood spoke to BBC Breakfast and explained temperatures in the north will drop below freezing and bring frost in some areas as weather fronts bring mist and rain for parts of northern England. While previous weeks have seen hot weather and heatwaves, this week will see UK temperatures split with colder weather in the north before flipping to the south on Wednesday. Ms Kirkwood added parts of the south will see 20C in some places but will be accompanied with dry and cloudy weather. 

Ms Kirkwood discussed the weather on BBC Breakfast and said: “It is a beautiful start to the day across Scotland, northern England and parts of Wales as well. 

“But as you come down into the southeast, we’ve got a bit more cloud and some rain that will clear. 

“And for many of us today, it’s going to be a dry day with some sunshine but some changes afoot. 

“It will be a cold start [to Tuesday] in the Highlands, temperatures in some parts well below freezing. 

“So we are looking at a touch of frost but you can see where we’ve got the sunshine the clouds and the rain moving away from the southeast through the course of the day and the sun coming out here. 

“But at the same time, the cloud will thicken across western Scotland and Northern Ireland heralding the arrival of a new weather front bringing in some rain later on. 

“Now temperatures ranging from 12C in the north to 20C in the south.”

Ms Kirkwood then looked at the rest of the week and how the weather will continue.

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She added: “As we head on through [Tuesday] evening and overnight, we still will hang on to clear skies for the bulk of the UK to start with. 

“But you can see the weather front coming in, introducing all this cloud, and some patchy rain. 

“Some hill fog and coastal mist in parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland into northern England and not too far away from north Wales. 

“Quite different temperatures tonight in the north, if you think for some it will be below freezing. 

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“[Tuesday overnight] we’re looking at 11 degrees and a little bit cooler in the south than it is at the moment. 

“So we’re going [into Wednesday] with some blue skies for southern England and southern Wales. 

“But our weather front will continue to advance very slowly southward taking its cloud with it.

“Some patchy rain still with some hill fog as well and also some coastal mist in the West.

“And temperatures [Wednesday] 13 to 21C and that will feel quite pleasant if you are in the sunshine.”

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