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Morning Call - January 04, 2021
Dry, fine, cold northwest
Showers east & south

Issued: 0530hrs Monday 4th January 2021
Duty forecaster: Claire Darbinyan

High pressure to the northwest of the British Isles keeps conditions dry and fine for many in the north and west today. An easterly breeze further south brings cloudier skies to parts of England and Wales and blows in some wintry showers from the North Sea. A trough running along the length of the English Channel, brings patchy but mostly light rain into southern and southeastern coastal counties at times. Staying cold.

Good Morning,

A cold start, especially for northwestern areas. Some patchy light rain for the far southeast of England this morning while eastern parts of Ireland and England as well as eastern and southern parts of Scotland are at risk of catching an isolated wintry shower or two. Otherwise a dry start to the day across the region with the best of the sun to the north and west.

Continuing much the same into Monday afternoon with eastern areas always at risk of seeing a few showers develop. These turn wintry inland and over higher ground. Patchy rain remains a risk too for southeastern parts of England. Again, the best of the sun is over northwestern areas. High temperatures in the low single digits for most, perhaps 6 or 7C for coastal areas.

Conditions stay much the same into Monday evening. Staying cold with a widespread frost and icy patches forming.

Have a good day!


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