Scratchbox - September 30, 2012
Issued: 12:36hrs Sunday 30th September 2012

Simon: Rain now more organised at it heads through northern England and into Wales, heavy bursts on western slopes, clearly seen on radar.


Issued: 07:57hrs Sunday 30th September 2012

Simon: A fragmented area of rain is moving south today. It's affecting northern England, Ireland and Scotland right now, but much brighter weather is following into northwest Scotland. The south of the UK starts the day drier for most, but rain edging into central areas this afternoon. Some drizzle throughout in Wales.


Issued: 08:39hrs Saturday 29th September 2012

John: A chilly rather than cold start to the day with temperatures mainly between 6 and 9C. Some showers running into the north west on a brisk NW wind flow, otherwise it should be a fine day across England and Wales.


Issued: 07:21hrs Friday 28th September 2012

John: A weak front dropping south will just give scattered showers today. Tomorrow is looking dry and sunny with rain Sunday.


Issued: 07:54hrs Thursday 27th September 2012

John: Still some scattered showers to come across the country today, although these will be as heavy or as frequent, and most places will see more the way of sunshine before rain spreads in across the northwest.


Issued: 07:54hrs Wednesday 26th September 2012

John: While we will see some improvement today, we will have some very heavy, thundery showers with strong winds across Northern Ireland moderating today.


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