Heavy rain set to batter Portsmouth

Heavy rain set to batter Portsmouth

"Further north there is a snow risk overnight on Sunday with snow and sleet across the moors of England and hills and mountains of wales". Right now, the chances of anything beyond snow showers looks pretty small, but I'll keep an eye on it.

The Met Office have issued weather warnings this lunchtime, with Wrexham being alerted to the possibility of snow on Monday.

Rain is not likely to interrupt Easter celebrations, and Moss said the day will get even more pleasant later, with temperatures remaining in the upper 60s at 8 p.m. Strong easterly winds will lead to some deep drifts of snow.

By Tuesday, temperatures will soar into the lower 70's.

A storm system will graze the area from the south. Snow showers are expected Sunday night into early Monday morning.

Scots are bracing for a chilly Easter break as the threat of snow looms on Easter Monday for much of the country, extending a previously more modest forecast.

SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy, chance for a few showers.

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Wind speeds will rise with gusts topping 30mph, lower than earlier forecasts had suggested. Rain chances do return over for late Monday night, and spill over into the first half of Tuesday, as well.

Since Jan. 1, Madison has received 4.81 inches of precipitation, 0.30 inches above normal. Snow is expected after midnight, with low temperatures in the lower 20s.

As per the National Weather Service of Great Falls: Known flooded and closed roads are.near Snake Creek.New Hope Road south to Cline Road.

Thursday night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 33.

Wednesday, it will be sunny with a high of 52, the weather service said.

A low pressure system pushes our way from the Pacific Northwest bringing with it heavy, wet snow.