A Nice and bright this morning.
B Yes, much better than yesterday.
A The wind’ll probably get up later. The wind velocity will increase. In AmE and in that context you would more likely hear/read, "pick up" as opposed to "get up".
B As long as it doesn’t rain. The wind is OK with me, but I hope it doesn't rain.
Could you please explain what the sentences in bold mean and in what way they are connected logically. It's clear with the first two sentences, but I can't make it out with the next two.
A It seems to be clearing up.
B It makes a change, doesn’t it? OR in AmE "It's changing, isn't it?" I don't think you would hear/see "makes" in BrE either.
A Apparently it’s going to turn colder.
B Still, another month should see us through the worst of it. In one month we should expect the weather to improve.
What does the phrase in bold mean?