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22 January 2021 22:59


Very cold tonight with a widespread sharp frost and icy conditions. Frequent showers of hail, sleet and snow in the north and northwest. Showers isolated elsewhere, mostly dry in the south and east. Lowest temperatures of -3 to -1 degrees generally, dipping lower locally. Fog patches will develop in a light westerly breeze.


Saturday will have a very cold start with frost and ice persisting for much of the morning. The wintry showers will linger in the north for a time, otherwise it will be dry with good spells of winter sunshine. Becoming cloudier however in the afternoon with rain, sleet and snow moving into the southwest and west by evening extending eastwards. Westerly breezes will be light, backing south in the evening. Highest temperatures of 2 to 5 degrees.

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