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Morning Call - January 27, 2017
Chilly, mainly dry
Some rain in south-west

Issued: 0530hrs Friday 26th January 2017
Duty forecaster: Garry Nicholson

A little sun, best in far north

Good morning,

High pressure is centred over eastern Europe, whilst low pressure is to the north-west of Britain. A trough of low pressure extends south into Biscay and fronts will drift into south-western Britain through the day.

Many places will stay dry today, although local patches of drizzle are possible, perhaps even a local snow flurry in the north, but will amount to very little.

Showery rain will encroach into the south-west, whilst rain also develops for Northern Ireland.

A lot of cloud across the country, although some sun should break through at times. Most widespread sunshine is likely to be in the north of Scotland.

It remains chilly in the north & east at just 3 to 5C. Central & southern regions will reach 6 or 7C, whilst the south-west will be nearer 9 or 10C.

Have a great day.