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UK Forecast - January 17, 2020
Generally dry, cool
Frosty start to Sunday

Saturday
A dry day for many places as high pressure builds. Broken cloud and sun. A chilly brisk west to northwesterly breeze affects the north and east. Showers affect west and northern Scotland, or snow or hail over the hills. Chance of patchy rain for Cornwall and the Scillies, with a fresh easterly wind here. Highs 5 to 7C.

 


Saturday night
Generally clear skies into the evening and night, and winds dropping light, will allow frost to form widely. Local fog patches possible around river valleys. Temperatures dropping close to freezing in many urban areas, and falling a degree or so below in rural locations, lows between 1 to -2C, locally may be colder.
 


Sunday
Extensive dry weather and plenty of sunshine beneath a very strong area of high pressure centred across England & Wales. Some low lying fog patches. A brisk southwesterly breeze over northwest Scotland with cloud and outbreaks of drizzle here. Temperatures reaching 5 to 7C.
 


Monday
Lots of dry weather to start the week, but a risk of fog patches, stubborn to clear in some places. Good amounts of sun away from fog. Breezy in Scotland with some rain and drizzle in northwest Scotland. Starting frosty. Highs 5 to 7C for many, but 11C locally in the far north of Scotland.