January 2015 saw above-average amounts of sunshine and rainfall right across the UK, but with temperatures averaging out to near-normal.
The first half of the month was largely unsettled, with mild, wet and windy weather interspersed with colder and drier spells.
From mid month, the colder conditions turned more persistent, with snow in places and some extensive snowfalls across the Scottish mountains.
This change of weather type led to some large temperature variations through the month, with a high of 16.5C at Exeter Airport on the 9th and a low of -13.7C at Loch Glascarnoch on the 19th.
Even though Loch Glascarnoch is in the Scottish Highlands and so is prone to very low temperatures in the winter, this was the lowest temperature recorded across the UK since 2012.
Rainfall amounts were above average across the UK, especially so in Scotland where it was the 4th
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