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January is normally the coldest and windiest month. The low sun can exert little heat, whilst the air is often of frigid Arctic or Siberian origin. The coolest months ever have all been Januarys and the equal coldest night, -27.2°C, was at Braemar, Aberdeenshire 10/01/1982. Storminess peaks 5th-15th and record low pressure (925.6mb) occurred 26/01/1884.