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Weather Forecast Issued at 19-Jan-2021 16:00:00: PM
Weather Forecast Summary: Headline:
Outbreaks of heavy rain associated with Storm Christoph. Flood Risk.
Weather Forecast for This Evening and Tonight:
Spells of heavy rain will continue through this evening and overnight posing a flood risk. Heaviest and most persistent over high ground. Mild and windy. Minimum Temperature 8C.
Weather for Wednesday:
Heavy rain continues through the morning with drier interludes at times through the afternoon. Windy with coastal gales and a continued flood risk. Overnight, rain clears followed by blustery showers. Maximum Temperature 12C.
Weather Outlook for
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Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Colder with sunny spells and scattered blustery showers on Thursday. Patchy morning frost on Friday but turning cloudier with showers. Mostly cloudy with the risk of rain on Saturday.
UK Outlook for Sunday 24 Jan 2021 to Tuesday 2 Feb 2021:
At the start of this period it will remain unsettled with north-westerly winds likely, bringing frequent showers and outbreaks of rain, particularly to the north and west. Likely falling as snow over high ground and at times to lower levels. Windy, especially in the north. Into this period unsettled conditions look most likely with low pressure dominant across the UK, bringing changeable weather with periods of rain, showers and strong winds at times. Northerly winds are expected at times, which increases the risk of snowfall especially in the north but may bring wintry hazards further south. In the south milder interludes may occur at times bringing at or above average temperatures. Overall temperatures are likely to be rather cold in the north but close to average in the south.
UK Outlook for Wednesday 3 Feb 2021 to Wednesday 17 Feb 2021:
Confidence for this period is low, though low pressure is likely to be dominant at first with an increased chance of northerly winds. This will therefore increase the risk of snowfall especially in the north along with colder than average temperatures. Potentially bringing wintry hazards more widely. Through mid-February higher pressure may develop for a time which would bring drier conditions with an increased likelihood of fog and cold nights.
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