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Morning Call - December 29, 2020
Early snow fades
Coastal wintry showers

Issued: 0530hrs Tuesday 29th December 2020
Duty forecaster: Claire Darbinyan


It's another cold day for the UK and Ireland today with early snow fading from southwestern parts of the UK. There will be plenty of dry and fine weather around inland but coastal areas could see a scattering of showers, some of which will be wintry. Some of these may also merge to give longer spells of rain or sleet at times too.

Good Morning,
 


A cold start on Tuesday across the country with a risk of frost and ice patches through much of Scotland (especially to the west), through northern and western parts of England and across eastern Wales too. Temperatures will be slightly above freezing across much of Ireland, Northern Ireland and eastern England. Showers affecting many coastal areas this morning too, some of these merging to give longer spells of rain and sleet while an area of snow passes through west-central England, eastern Wales and later into south-central parts of England.


Scattered showers, some wintry, persist for coastal areas into the afternoon while longer spells of rain and sleet affect western Wales, southwest England, eastern Scotland and northeast England. There will be plenty of dry weather around however with the best of the sun over southeast Ireland, southwest Scotland, western and central England and east Wales. Staying cold with highs topping out at just 6C in southeast England.


Cloud thickens over Ireland and the west of the UK into the evening as low pressure approaches from the Atlantic. Showers persist over western and northern coasts, where some will be wintry, but tend to fade from eastern areas.


Have a good day!



Claire


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