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UK Forecast - February 28, 2018
Severe wind-chill
Snow for many

Thursday
Snow showers and strong winds affecting eastern Scotland and northeast England, feeling bitterly cold in the wind here. A few snow showers in western Scotland, but these more scattered than in the east. A further area of snow is expected to be edging into southern and southwest England as well as Wales, eastern and southern Ireland. This area of snow becomes more persistent into the afternoon, most;y through Wales, southwest England and Ireland. Drier elsewhere but windy for all. A severe wind chill with highs at 0 to -3C.


Thursday Night
A windy night with an area of snow spreading through southern and southwest England and Wales as well as southern Ireland. Further snow showers in eastern Scotland and the far northeast of England. Elsewhere dry but staying windy for all. Lows at -3 to -10C.

 
 
 


Friday
An area of low pressure to the south of the Uk on Friday maintains the bitterly cold easterly flow across the UK and Ireland. An area of snow extends through southern Ireland and into Wales, central and southern England. This area will be light and patchy overall, but may become more persistent later. Snow showers affecting eastern Scotland and the far northeast of England. Drier in western Scotland, northwest England and Northern Ireland. Highs at -2C in Scotland, 0 to -1C in much of England, but perhaps to 5C in the far southwest of England as milder air arrives here.


Saturday
Low pressure to the west and south of the country through Saturday. Bitterly cold air remains in Scotland and northern England as well as Ireland. A risk of snow across Ireland, northern England, Wales and the northern Midlands, as well as southern Scotland. Possibly milder in the far south of England although misty and murky here as more rain arrives in the afternoon. Snow showers in eastern Scotland but drier to the west. Highs at 1C in Scotland, 4C in the far south of England.