Scratchbox - June 23, 2017
Issued: 07:59hrs Friday 23th June 2017
Simon: Some heavy bursts of rain moving south with a cold front this morning bringing rain to northern England, western Wales and southern Ireland. It's getting brighter across Scotland with sunny spells, but a windy day for all too.
Issued: 22:24hrs Thursday 22th June 2017
Simon: Showery rain in Scotland, Ireland and northern England tonight. Staying dry to the south.
Issued: 07:54hrs Thursday 22th June 2017
Simon: Thundery showers running through central and southern England now, then passing through East Anglia. Few thundery showers developing over Welsh mountains, also passing east and fading. Plenty of cloud for most, rain in western Ireland and western Scotland later.
Issued: 20:21hrs Wednesday 21th June 2017
Simon: Some very high dew points making for an uncomfortable evening across all but NW Scotland and western Ireland.
Issued: 16:39hrs Wednesday 21th June 2017
Simon: The potential for some heavy storms developing this evening across Wales, the Midlands and northern England. Some could be torrential.
Issued: 07:15hrs Wednesday 21th June 2017
Simon: The thundery rain crosses Ireland, northern England and southern Scotland this morning, then affects northern Scotland this afternoon. Dry and hot again for southern England and most of Wales although isolated thunderstorms may affect northwest England later.
Issued: 13:26hrs Tuesday 20th June 2017
Garry: Hot and sunny for central & south- western Britain. Cooler with extensive cloud in the east & north-east.
Issued: 09:33hrs Tuesday 20th June 2017
Garry: Cloud and dull in the east today. Cooler for many, but hot again in the south & south-west, nudging 30C. Isolated thunderstorms.
Issued: 15:57hrs Monday 19th June 2017
Garry: Warmest temperatures currently 29 to 31C across large parts of central & southern England.
Issued: 09:59hrs Monday 19th June 2017
Garry: Another hot and sunny day for most, although Scotland is cloudy with rain in the north-west. Chance of an isolated thunderstorm in central England this afternoon.