No respite from the unsettled conditions across the UK today as yesterdays low pressure system moves out into the North Sea and another low pressure system hot on its heels moves in from the West bringing further rain, wind and a dusting of mountain snow across the peaks of the Cairngorms.
We start Sunday with this rain across parts of Wales and Southwest England as well as Northern Ireland. Through the course of the day the front moves East into the Midlands and later Southeast and Eastern areas with some heavier, showery bursts developing. At the same time we have the main front moving into Southern Scotland and much of this falling as rain, but some wintry conditions across the higher ground of the Southern Uplands and Cairngorms.
The centre of the low pressure system then moves into Western Ireland and parts of Northern Ireland with further heavy rain and stronger winds around the core of the system later this afternoon.
Temperatures today largely in the 4-6C category for many areas, but milder air for a time across Southwest and Southern England could lift the temperatures to 8-10C this afternoon before the cold front moves through later.
METEOROLOGIST : MARSH
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