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Morning Call - April 04, 2021
Cold, wintry north
Dry, fine south

Issued: 0530hrs Sunday 4th April 2021
Duty forecaster: Claire Darbinyan


A dry and fine day for many in England, Ireland and Wales meanwhile a pair of cold fronts pass south over Scotland and into Northern Ireland bringing outbreaks of rain here followed by frequent wintry showers over the northern half of Scotland. Winds also picking up with coastal gales to the north.

Good Morning,
 


It's a dry and fine start to Easter Sunday for many with the best of the sun over England, Ireland and Wales. Cloudier further north as a cold front sinks south over northern Scotland bringing patchy outbreaks of rain and strengthening winds here.


A band of patchy rain continues to sink south over Scotland through the afternoon reaching into Northern Ireland later as well. Brighter conditions to the north of this but feeling bitterly cold with frequent wintry showers and some more persistent spells of snowfall over higher ground in the north of Scotland. South of the rain band it stays dry but with increasing cloud over Ireland, Wales and northern and central England.


Through Sunday evening the cold front sinks further south into Ireland, northern England and north Wales bringing thickening cloud and patchy rain here. Clearer skies over Scotland and northern England but with wintry showers here affecting northern, western and eastern coastal areas in particular. Winds continue to strengthen across the country with coastal gales for northern areas.


Happy Easter!



Claire


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