OUTLOOK FOR THE REST OF JANUARY
From Tuesday onwards unsettled conditions look likely to continue for most of the UK, with cloud, rain, and strong winds.
A north-easterly flow will bring cold conditions and possibly frequent showers, particularly to the northern windward coasts, which may fall as snow over high ground and sometimes down to lower levels.
Towards the end of the month, conditions are likely to remain colder than average in the north, with the south likely to see more unsettled conditions and slightly above average temperatures at times.
These conditions will likely bring periods of above average rain fall to the UK, with a likelihood of more organised snowfall for northern areas, and rain in southern areas.
Central and northern areas may see wintry hazards due to this.