PUBLISHED: 07:56, Mon, Feb 3, 2020 | UPDATED: 08:02, Mon, Feb 3, 2020
BBC Weather’s Carol Kirkwood warned low pressure is dominating Britain’s weather as temperatures are expected to drop over the next couple of days. Rain and cloud will cover the south of England and the snow level in Scotland will reach 300m. The Met Office warned of the potential adverse outcomes of the wind, explaining that a potential “danger to life” was a real threat.
Ms Kirkwood said: “It’s quite windy at the moment across Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England but this evening and overnight those winds are really going to strengthen.
“A low pressure is dominating our weather. As it approaches us the isobars get tighter which is why later on we are looking at these really strong winds.
“It’s cloudy and drizzly in the South but later across southern England we will see this weather front come in bringing all this rain so, a wet day particularly so in the Channel Islands.
“But in-between there will be some sunshine, quite a few showers, those showers wintry on the hills.”
READ MORE: UK long range weather forecast: Will UK see snow in February?
BBC Weather’s Carol Kirkwood warned low pressure is dominating Britain’s weather (Image: BBC )
The Met Office warned of the potential adverse outcomes of the wind (Image: WXCHARTS)