BBC Weather: Carol Kirkwood reveals where to enjoy warmest temperatures amid cold front

BBC Weather: Carol Kirkwood forecasts ‘warm conditions’

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BBC Breakfast presenter Carol Kirwood has forecasted the “sunniest and warmest” weather is to be enjoyed in the western regions of the United Kingdom. On the other hand, the weatherwoman predicted that a cold front is to move in from the northeast bring clouds and fog sweeping across parts of England and Eastern Scotland. Northern Ireland and West Wales are the places set to enjoy the balmiest conditions with temperatures predicted to land in the mid-twenties.

Ms Kirkwood told BBC Breakfast: “This morning once again we are being dominated by high pressure.

“There is some mist and some fog around, some low cloud as well.

“A lot of that will break but not all of it as we go through the course of the day.

“The sunniest and warmest conditions will be in the west.”

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She added: “Yesterday in Strathallan the temperature got to 26.6 degrees celsius.

“In Glasgow and Castle Derg in Northern Ireland, we reached 25 degrees so similar in similar places today

“But the high pressure which is dominating our weather at the moment you can see centered here is allowing all this cloud to topple around it.

“Plus we have a cold front coming our way coming in from the northeast.”

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The meteorologist continued: “So we are starting off with the low cloud mist and fog, a lot of that lifting.

“You can still see we have this area of cloud that we had yesterday slipping southwards.

“And we are shrouded by cloud across the north and west, and parts of eastern Scotland.

“Southern areas though through the course of the day seeing some sunshine.”

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“Breezy through the English Channel and also the southeast of England,” she added.

“This cloud could be thick enough for the odd spot of drizzle but for west Wales, Lancashire, and Cumbria we are looking at some sunshine.

“And after this morning’s mist and fog, it will brighten up with some sunshine in Northern Ireland and the same to in western and southern Scotland

“Where we could hit 26 degrees.”

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