Issued: Saturday 31st December 2022
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
Higher pressure gradually moves in more across the UK and Ireland through January while temperatures slide away too making fog and frost more common from mid month onwards.
*2/1/23 - 8/1/23*
High pressure ridges in more from the near continent this week.
Lower pressure still out in the North Atlantic.
Still a mixed and changeable weather week.
Perhaps less wet through southern and eastern areas.
Mild in south though generally cooler in the north.
*9/1/23 - 15/1/23*
Weak high pressure across the country.
A more or less westerly wind direction will bring some rain at times.
Temperatures steady and around average.
*16/1/23 - 22/1/23*
High pressure ridges in across the country this week.
A predominantly dry week for most.
Mist and fog could be common.
A cooler week with the increased risk of overnight frosts.
*26/12/22 - 2/1/23*
High pressure again dominant.
Dry and settled.
Freezing fog common with widespread overnight frosts.
A chillier week still.
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