As the temperature descends to single digits, the BBC recommends Brits to “get out their winter coat.”

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As the temperature descends to single digits, the BBC recommends Brits to “get out their winter coat.”

The BBC recommends Britons to “get out their winter coat” as temperatures plummet to single digits.

According to BBC WEATHER, a low pressure system is forecast to sweep across the UK this weekend, plunging temperatures to single digits.

According to BBC Weather’s Sarah Keith Lucas, temperatures will dip to 4 degrees Celsius in Aberdeen and 0 degrees Celsius near the border.

“This weekend, we’re going to get a bit of a weather change,” she predicted.

The weather is moderate and pleasant today, but it will be much cooler tomorrow.

“We had temperatures of 17°C yesterday in Aberdeen, which is much above usual for this time of year, but the temperature will drop significantly as the week develops.”

“Temperatures will plummet to 4 degrees Celsius by Friday, a 13-degree drop.”

It’s definitely time to put on your winter coat.

“This evening and tonight, the overcast in the south will disappear, and we’ll have clear sky to work with.”

“It’ll be a cooler night than we’ve enjoyed in the past few weeks.”

“In the north, there is widespread frost, with temperatures hovering around 5 degrees Celsius.”

“Then, across Scotland, a northerly wind will bring showers that might be fairly heavy and thundering.”

A “whirlwind” relative, a “quick-as-lightning” goalkeeper, and a daughter who “leaves a trail of destruction” are among the new storm names.

Over 10,000 names for the strongest weather systems projected to affect the UK, Ireland, and the Netherlands in the following year were submitted to the Met Office.

The first storm of the year will be named Arwen, a name said to be of Welsh origin and popularized by JRR Tolkien’s Lord Of The Rings books. It will last from September 2021 to the end of August 2022.

Names offered by the public and adopted by the Met Office, Met Eireann, and the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI), the Dutch national weather forecasting service, include Kim, Logan, Ruby, and Dudley.

According to a Met Office spokesman, Kim was nominated by several parents and grandparents in honor of a “whirlwind” relative and self-confessed weather watcher, while Logan, a Scottish name, was nominated by several parents and grandparents in honor of a grandson who “runs through the house like a tornado” and another who is “as quick as lightning.”

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