PUBLISHED: 08:03, Mon, Dec 16, 2019 | UPDATED: 08:03, Mon, Dec 16, 2019
BBC Weather said the week will start off cold and turn much wetter by Friday. There are two yellow weather warnings for ice in the north of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Injuries or accidents are more likely as there will be icy patches on some untreated roads, pavements and cycle paths.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast, Mr Kirkwood said: “The week ahead’s weather, we’re looking at a chilly start today.
“There’s a risk of ice on untreated surfaces but through the week the temperature will be rising slowly.
“So the for the start of the week temperatures are below average for this time of year, the second half of the week just above average.
“But it is going to turn wetter, it’s going to become windy again and we’ll also see some fog patches.
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BBC Weather: Carol Kirkwood has warned of vicious wintry conditions (Image: BBC )
BBC Weather: The eek will start off cold and turn much wetter by Friday (Image: BBC )
“This morning we have a few showers around, some of them have been wintry on hills, we’ve had some hail and thunder as well.
“Where we’ve had these showers particularly across the north of England and across parts of Scotland,