UK Weather: Week ahead – Turning dry & colder as we head into Christmas week 13/12/21

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Met Office – Weather published this video item, entitled “Week ahead – Turning dry & colder as we head into Christmas week 13/12/21” – below is their description.

After a bit of rain early in the week high pressure will move across the UK bringing lots of dry weather and probably plenty of cloud too. Fog could become a problem towards the end of the week and as we head towards Christmas. Alex Deakin has the details.

The forecast and any weather warnings within this video are accurate at time of recording. To ensure you have the most up to date weather information, check the forecast on www.metoffice.gov.uk or via the Met Office app.

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