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Net-weather Watch 000061 - Sat Jan 21st


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  • Location: Aviemore
  • Location: Aviemore

    Category 3 Alert

    Weather type: Snow and ice - snow risk in East

    Affecting:Wales, West Midlands, South-west England, Eastern Britain

    Time and Date Valid For: 12.00 Saturday 22nd January to 23.59 Tuesday 25th January

    Time Of Issue: 17.15 Saturday 22nd January 2005.

    From 18.00 on Saturday 2nd January until 01.00 on Sunday 23rd, a band of rain in south-western districts will turn increasingly to snow on its northern flank. Wales, the West Midlands and the West Country will be affected with up to 5cm of snow over high ground.

    From Sunday 23rd January through to Tuesday 25th January an increasingly cold northerly and then northeasterly airflow is now becoming established across the UK. Frequent snow showers will develop over the North Sea and will be blown inland to Eastern areas, including Eastern Scotland, Northeast England, East Anglia and the Southeast. A covering of 10+ cm's is possible in some exposed areas.

    Overnight temperatures will plummet below freezing, meaning icy surfaces are likely, so this is an added hazard.

    This weather watch, may be upgraded to an alert or adjusted/extended as neccecary so please check back regularly.

    Confidence Level: 80%

    Note: This watch should be considered a guide and we strongly recommend you stay tuned to the Met-Office for further warnings and updates.

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