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      UK Weather Forecast:

      Sunday 26th January

      Tonight: Rain will gradually clear parts of east and south-east England. Most areas then dry for a time with clear spells but further showers or longer outbreaks of rain will move north-east across the country overnight with sleet and snow expected across the hills of northern England and Scotland. A frost and icy stretches is likely across northern Britain. Winds strengthening for most.

      Monday: Breezy and cold with spells of sunshine but also showers, these mostly affecting southern and western coasts but pushing further inland at times with the risk of hail and thunder. Showers may merge to produce longer outbreaks of rain across the far south. North-west Scotland will continue to see wintry showers throughout the day.

                 

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    • UK: WINDIEST NEXT 24 HOURS

      Benbecula
      42 gusting 53mph, 12am on Mon
      Sun 26thMax 5°C
      Min 3°C

      WSW

      20-42 mph
      Mon 27thMax 4°C
      Min 3°C

      SSW

      12-33 mph
      Tue 28thMax 4°C
      Min 3°C

      WSW

      14-45 mph

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      UK: COLDEST NEXT 24 HOURS

      Tulloch Bridge(Aut)
      -5°C at 9pm on Monday
      Sun 26thMax 5°C
      Min -2°C

      SW

      4-13 mph
      Mon 27thMax 2°C
      Min -6°C

      SSW

      3-10 mph
      Tue 28thMax 0°C
      Min -3°C

      SSE

      3-8 mph

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      UK: WARMEST NEXT 24 HOURS

      Eastbourne
      10°C at 3pm on Monday
      Sun 26thMax 10°C
      Min 7°C

      SW

      10-29 mph
      Mon 27thMax 10°C
      Min 4°C

      WSW

      9-21 mph
      Tue 28thMax 8°C
      Min 4°C

      WSW

      17-28 mph

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