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Morning Call - January 27, 2020
Wintry showers
Feeling cold

Issued: 0530hrs Monday 27th January 2020
Duty forecaster: Claire Darbinyan


A chilly feel to the day on Monday with wintry showers affecting western and northern areas through much of the day. Tending to be drier and brighter to the east. An area of rain, sleet and snow may develop to the southwest later bringing heavy precipitation to parts of Wales and western England later.

Good Morning,

A showery start to the day across the UK and Ireland with these showers predominantly focussed on western areas where it will also be chilly. Showers will be wintry overs higher ground and over more northern areas. Additionally a band of heavy rain may affect southern coastal counties of England through the morning. Tending to be drier and brighter for eastern areas.


Showers continue for western areas into the afternoon, merging to give longer spells of snow for western parts of Scotland and Ireland and longer spells of rain for the southwest UK. Again, it will tend to stay drier and brighter to the east. High temperatures reaching just 3 to 5C across Scotland, Ireland, Northern Ireland, northern England and Wales; 7 to 9C for central and southeastern England.


Monday evening may see a band of heavier rain, sleet and snow develop over Wales and the southwestern half of England. This edges northeastward through the evening bringing heavy snow to parts of the Lake District and surrounding area. Showers continue for western Scotland and Ireland. The best of any clear skies to the northeast of the UK.


Have a great day!



Claire


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