BBC Weather: Carol Kirkwood warns to brace for thunder and hail as temperatures drop

BBC Weather: Carol Kirkwood forecasts frost

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The BBC Weather meteorologist said Britons will feel cooler compared to the weekend as breezy conditions are set to persist through Tuesday. Carol Kirkwood said morning frost will be lifting as the morning progresses but temperatures will remain lower and leave wide areas of the UK experiencing a chill. Ms Kirkwood said: “As we go through the day, the forecast is one of sunshine and showers.

“Some of them will be heavy and thundery with some hail and it’s going to feel cold as well. Colder than it has done.

“The low pressure that brought all the wet and windy weather at the weekend has moved away but we still have a lot of showers rotating around it and not as breezy as it was yesterday.

“But still very breezy in parts of the west.

“The frost will lift, the mist and fog patches will lift, there will be a fair bit of sunshine around but there’ll also be a packet of showers as well and some of those will be heavy and thundery with some hail, and by the end of the afternoon, some of them will be wintry in Scotland.”

Ms Kirkwood continued: “As we head towards western Scotland and the north coast of Northern Ireland, it will be a bit breezier.

“Temperature-wise today, 9C to about 12C. 

“Frequent showers also across the Channel Islands.

“Through this evening and overnight, clear skies around. We got showers moving steadily southwards, again some of those will be heavy.

“Under the clear skies it’s going to be a chilly night. Again, some of us will be starting tomorrow morning with a touch of frost, some mist and fog patches forming.”

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