Fog persisted for much of the day on Friday that, combined with the air mass coming predominantly from the north, meant anther cold day. The thermometer rose to a maximum of 1.3C at 14.59 being 5.8C below the 37-year average before slowly falling again to reach a minimum overnight at 00.33 of -1.4C, which was 2.C below average. We have yet to have a day or night in January that is above the 37-year average. The thick, low cloud and fog meant no sunshine or any UV recorded.
Saturday arrived where Friday ended with fog limiting visibility to 1100m and the air almost still, the anemometer just occasionally rotating very slowly but mostly stationary. The temperature at the time of readings at 08.00 was -0.4C.