UK Forecast- January 25, 2015

Rain clears the south

Sunny spells, windy

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An area of cloud and rain across England and Wales will be clearing away during the morning and as it does so it will be turning dry and sunnier from the north west. Occasional showers will fall across Northern Ireland and western parts of Scotland with eastern Scotland enjoying some wintry sunshine. Feeling colder as a brisk north west wind sets in during the day with snow showers across the Highlands. Expect maximum temperatures of 6 to 9 Celsius.

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Some rain comes in across western Scotland this evening and light rain and drizzle reaches parts of northern England in the night. The rest of the United Kingdom will be dry for the evening and night and with the winds falling light, a frost is likely to develop. Expect lows of 1 to 3 Celsius.

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An increasingly windy day to come with gales developing in the night. With the winds switching to the south west, not a cold day. Overall a good deal of dry weather is expected with just some pockets of rain and drizzle around some western coasts. In the evening rain and drizzle across western areas spreads into much of the country during the night. The rain turns heavy across Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. Expect top temperatures of 6 to 8 Celsius.

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Very windy. It will be turning colder through the day as outbreaks of rain across England and Wales clear by the afternoon. Snow showers in the north in the morning will penetrate south in the afternoon, possibly giving local accumulations. It stays windy into the evening and night with a further risk of snow showers across much of Britain. Icy patches will also develop overnight. Expect top temperatures of 3 to 9 Celsius.


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