Arctic Air to Bring 60mph Winds and Snow Later in the Week

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Before sunrise, the thermometer will read in the upper 60s but by the end of the day we'll be in the low 50s and upper 40s - a 30-plus degree difference from Monday to Tuesday.

A dense fog advisory is in effect for parts of central and south Alabama early this morning; the foggy mornings have been the result of a persistent pattern with a clear sky, light wind, wet ground and temperatures falling to the dewpoints during the early morning hours. Whilst many places will remain dry with sunny spells through the day, occasional sleet or snow showers are expected giving localised accumulations and icy patches. Temperatures could rise by as few as six degrees for a partly sunny, 48-degree high Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

Right now there is no pattern change being seen that would bring us back to warmer than normal temperatures in the next few weeks. Low around 36. Up to quarter-inch of rain possible. "Snow is likely at low levels in Scotland on Thursday but to low levels in some southern parts of Britain on Friday". Rainfall amounts of up to 1 inch will be possible tomorrow with some isolated spots possibly seeing more than that as the line of storms moves through.

Prolonged periods of cold weather can be unsafe, especially for the very young, very old or those with chronic diseases.

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The forecast for Dublin today is that it will be mostly cloudy with some patchy drizzle and mist.

"A much colder air mass will then take charge from Thursday morning". Highs will reach the upper 40s.

If you want more information about how cold weather can affect your health please visit the NHS website here. That slackens off a bit to about 60 percent chance of rain Tuesday night, when temperatures dive down to 40 to 47 degrees.

The latest forecast is the most recent indication that the United Kingdom is set for its coldest December for seven years, breaking a cycle of unusually milder weather for the time of year.