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Morning Call - January 30, 2021
Unsettled south
Cold, fine north

Issued: 0530hrs Saturday 30th January 2021
Duty forecaster: Claire Darbinyan


Outbreaks of rain, sleet and snow affect much of Ireland and Wales as well as southwestern and southern parts of England. Persistent rain over southwestern areas could be a concern. Drier and brighter conditions today for Scotland and Northern Ireland as well as northern and eastern parts of England. Cold here too.

Good Morning,
 


A wet and windy start to the day for Ireland and the southwest of the UK with outbreaks of rain, these locally heavy, affecting the Republic of Ireland and Wales as well as southwest and southern England. This will readily turn to sleet and snow over higher ground in Wales. Through the morning this will increasingly turn to snow at lower levels too across southeast Ireland, Wales, the Midlands, through parts of the Home Counties and into the southeast. A mostly dry morning with good spells of sunshine for Scotland and Northern Ireland as well as northern and eastern parts of England. Cloud increases further south in this region while isolated wintry showers affect the far northeast.


Rain, sleet and snow tends to fade through the afternoon becoming increasingly confined to the West Country where it will be rather persistent and, locally, heavy. Brighter conditions spread south across the region from the northeast with the best of the sun over Scotland. Frequent wintry showers persist over the Northern Isles.


A mostly dry evening across the UK and Ireland as rain continues to slip to the south. Wintry showers continue over far northern areas with the best of the clear skies through the evening over northern Scotland.


Have a good day!



Claire


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