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A widely cloudy day with only isolated brighter spells. A small chance of some drizzle under the thickest cloud. Feeling rather cold due to the continued lack of warming sunshine. Maximum Temperature 6 °C.
Cloud breaks slowly filling in overnight as the cloud lowers, giving some hill fog. Turning frosty where breaks last the longest, chiefly the west, but temperatures staying above freezing elsewhere. Minimum Temperature -1 °C.
Another grey day on Tuesday with cloud remaining widespread and minimal brightness poking through. Thus, feeling rather cold. Mostly dry but the potential for the odd spot of drizzle remains. Maximum Temperature 5 °C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Similar on Wednesday but turning breezier later ahead of a band of rain pushing through early on Thursday. Brighter skies follow into Friday; though the risk of further rain later.
Updated at: 0115 on Mon 24 Jan 2022
Cold and cloudy but dry for most areas today. A few bright or sunny spells are likely in some areas, mainly eastern Scotland, northeast England and, perhaps, parts of Wales. Thicker cloud will bring northern Scotland rain at times.
Most areas remaining cold and cloudy tonight, cloud over parts of northern Scotland thick enough for some rain at times.
Another cloudy day follows on Tuesday, cloud over northern Scotland thick enough for some rain, mainly later. Probably a few breaks in the east. Feeling cold.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Changeable; largely dry for most, any rain predominantly affecting western coasts and hills, especially the Highlands and Islands. Breezy, with risk of gales in the far north at times. Mild.
Updated at: 0211 on Mon 24 Jan 2022
UK Outlook for Friday 28 Jan 2022 to Sunday 6 Feb 2022:
A windier and wetter start for the north on Friday as showers arrive from the west with some gale force winds possible. Otherwise, a fine and dry start to the period with variable cloud, this bringing settled conditions across the south with patchy overnight frost and some morning fog patches. Winds set to remain light to moderate in the south and east, but windier elsewhere. Temperatures likely to be close to average in the south, whereas milder in the north, trending above normal. Fairly quiet conditions looking to continue through the remainder of January, however, rain or showers are likely at times for the north and northwest, with occasional strong winds here. Heading into February there is an increasing likelihood of more widespread unsettled conditions.
Updated at: 1101 on Sun 23 Jan 2022
UK Outlook for Monday 7 Feb 2022 to Monday 21 Feb 2022:
Early February is likely to see a continuation of a north/south split with more settled and cloudy weather expected in the south, and generally drier than average, while the north will be more changeable, milder, with some spells of rain. There is an increased likelihood of more unsettled conditions becoming established, with the northwest likely to be the wettest area, but showers or longer spells of rain may spread to most areas at times, but with the southeast likely to be the driest. Spells of strong winds are likely to develop more widely at times. Temperatures likely to be near or slightly above average although short lived colder interludes are possible. Any snow likely to be restricted to high ground in the north.
Updated at: 1106 on Sun 23 Jan 2022
Location: 51.713, -4.368
Altitude: 3.0 m above mean sea level