UK Weather: Weekend weather – Windy again and wintry for some 03/02/22

Met Office – Weather published this video item, entitled “Weekend weather – Windy again and wintry for some 03/02/22” – below is their description.

It’ll be another windy weekend and the stiff winds will constantly be changing the skyscapes. Wet weather will move across the north on Saturday but also bring milder air before Sunday sees some damp conditions in the south and the return of wintry showers to the north.

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