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British Isles Forecast

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Saturday, 31 January 2015

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Strong Winds (W). Wintry Precipitation (N and W). Ice (Many Areas).

SUMMARY: Cold and wintry across the N and W, while drier with bright spells and isolated showers further S.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: Low pressure remains dominant to the NE and E towards Scandinavia, maintaining a cold N or NE ly air mass across many parts of the country, as high pressure persists over the Atlantic.

WIND: N or NE moderate or fresh, strong in the W.

WEATHER: Mostly cloudy across the N and W with frequent showers of sleet and snow and with accumulations. Drier further S, though still with a risk of scattered showers at times in between drier and brighter spells, with the best of any sunshine likely across Central areas.

TEMPERATURE: Below average, with a widespread risk of frost and icy patches.


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