Wednesday 9 December 2009, 16:04
Following more than 50 days of wet weather, it finally looks like we are in for a drier spell of weather!
The jet stream, which steers areas of low pressure in from the Atlantic bringing rain and strong winds, is going to move away towards Iceland.
That will allow high pressure to build across Britain over the next couple of days. It will also turn colder.
Temperatures will be falling a few degrees with a risk of some light frost and a few fog patches here and there.
Longer term, it looks like it might turn very cold next week, with winds blowing in from Russia.
This is not definite at this stage - just a possibility, but the risk is there so I thought I'd warn you.
I will be keeping a close eye on things over the coming few days...
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