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General overview of weather conditions in relation to the hazard (Cold) 16-30 days

By the end of January and into February there is a higher than normal chance of high pressure developing across the UK, as a result this increases the likelihood of northerly or easterly winds at times. There is an increasing chance of temperatures falling below average across England leading to widespread frost. Often dry inland, with a risk of snow showers on windward coasts. Low level thresholds for Cold-Weather alerts are likely to be reached.
Very low overnight temperatures are forecast, with widespread sharp frosts, and suppressed temperatures by day through the week ahead combined with a risk of snow at times. By days 6-15 trending towards average temperatures before dipping back down by the end of the month and into February.

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