World Weather. The frosts still present this Wednesday morning, showers expected on the north half

10:30  14 april  2021
10:30  14 april  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Wednesday morning will start cold with a frost in many places at first and also some patchy fog, mainly in Northern Ireland, Wales and southwest England. Any fog will soon clear and then most places will be dry with some sunshine before scattered showers develop by late morning Looking ahead, from Monday April 19 until Sunday April 25, the broadcaster says "generally we expect a changeable week with the wettest weather in the northern half of the country and some dry, mild spells for southern areas." There are "good signals for high pressure to remain nearby or to the north .

Yellow weather warning still in place for scotland. The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning covering most of the Scottish Highlands. The warning for snow and ice came into force at midnight and is due to last until 10am on April, 9. A statement on the Met Office website Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England will see snow showers , mainly northern Scotland. Elsewhere will be less cold with showery rain for some but though southern England will remain dry. Saturday will see wintry showers in places though some more persistent rain and snow possible for

Le ciel sera chargé sur la moitié nord et finira par donner quelques averses en fin de journée. © Stéphane Cugnier The sky will be loaded on the north half and will eventually give a few showers at the end of the day.

The frosts will still be present during the morning this Wednesday, April 14 and snowfall are to be expected above 1,400 m. On the northern half, the clouds will bring a few showers at the end of the day.

Normandy on the Belgian border and northeast, the sky is shared between cumulus and enlightening, with a few drops possible near borders.

Some wavy also develop on the Vosges and Jura in the afternoon, in the form of snow from 500 to 600 m altitude.

on the Alps, after a start of the day quite bright The sky takes charge in the morning and the waves are triggered in the afternoon, essentially on the Alps of the South, with a snowy limit at 1,400 m.

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The weather is set to remain cold for the rest of this week, reaching highs of just 15 by Sunday. But from next week, people will be able to enjoy warmer temperatures as the mercury reaches 17C by April 23, according to WXCharts. Northern Ireland is set to be the warmest spot in the UK on Wednesday , Mr McGivern said. Yesterday, as pubs and beer gardens reopened across England, some punters shivered in bracing conditions , with the mercury a bone-chilling 1C in the capital this morning . Hungry diners flocking to restaurants will need to wrap up warm in outdoor seating areas as snow carpeted

The fog is expected to have cleared away by midday. We could see a dim shape in the fog. Freezing fog and icy patches are expected to cause problems for motorists tonight. Outside the fields were blanketed in fog. The fog swirled thickly around us. If the weather is misty, there is mist in the air that makes it difficult to see into the distance: The morning will start off misty. It was a damp, misty morning . He watched the misty wraiths of moisture making patterns on the window pane.

The sky becomes cloudy over all Provence too, some wavy circulates to the coast. The sky is variable in Corsica with a low risk of wavy.

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️ Clouds over the day north of the Loire that end up giving some showers.

sky loaded and showers on extreme southeast and Corsica, snow> 1400m.

sunny elsewhere.

many small frozen in the morning.

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On the rest of the country, time is largely sunny, but cold in the morning with still Frequent white frozen.

The minimum temperatures range from -4 to 0 degrees in general on a large north half of the country, from 0 to 6 from the southwest to the Mediterranean.

The maximum vary between 9 and 13 degrees on the North and East, between 13 and 19 of Brittany in the Southwest and the Mediterranean.

Snow, sleet and freezing temperatures to hit UK as pub beer gardens reopen in England .
It's set to be a chilly return to pubs in England today, with snow, sleet and low, single digit temperatures forecast for large parts of the UK. © PA A light dusting of snow covers the outdoor seating area at the Queens Head in Cullercoats, on the North East coast on Sunday, as the pub prepares to reopen its outdoor area today And while the northern parts of England will stay bright this morning, the southern half of the nation faces rain, sleet and snow showers during the day, with flurries seen near Reading, Berkshire and in west London around 7am.

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