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Scratchbox - February 20, 2018
Issued: 15:22hrs Monday 19th February 2018

Matt: Misty and damp conditions continue this evening and overnight, but will, eventually, become restricted to more eastern areas of England through into Tuesday morning as a cold front introduces cooler, clearer conditions into many northern and western areas tonight.


Issued: 14:05hrs Monday 19th February 2018

Matt: Temperatures widely up to 10C to 13C across more northern and western areas of the British Isles. One of the mildest days in a number of weeks. Temperatures up to 12C, for example, at Glasgow Airport as of 1330Z.


Issued: 11:57hrs Monday 19th February 2018

Matt: Misty and murky conditions continue with some light or moderate, rain or drizzle still across many eastern areas of England and Scotland. Some cloud breaks now though across W Scotland, NW England, Wales, SW England and Ireland. Mild as well for most areas.


Issued: 07:58hrs Monday 19th February 2018

Matt: Cloudy and damp start to the new working week for many areas, but especially across more eastern areas of the British Isles where light or locally moderate rain or drizzle is present. Some extensive low cloud and hill fog present too. A mild start though.


Issued: 14:49hrs Sunday 18th February 2018

Matt: Damp and drizzly conditions will continue to filter down across many areas of the British Isles this evening and overnight with some extensive low cloud and hill fog in the north and west. Driest conditions will be across SE England. A mild night as warm sector conditions arrive from the west.


Issued: 12:06hrs Sunday 18th February 2018

Matt: Much of England, Wales and Scotland remain predominantly dry, albeit with a lot of cloud but with some cloud breaks too, especially E England where there are some sunny spells. Light or moderate, rain or drizzle is widespread though across Ireland and will move into W Scotland and Wales in the coming hours.


Issued: 08:02hrs Sunday 18th February 2018

Matt: Fair start for most, quite chilly with some slight frost in places too. A case of east is best today, while the west is wettest with some light rain and drizzle across western areas of the British Isles, while fine weather, with some sunshine persists across eastern areas of England especially.


Issued: 14:35hrs Saturday 17th February 2018

Matt: Rain moves into Ireland and other western areas of the British Isles overnight, but with much of England, Wales and E Scotland having a dry night with clear spells and quite chilly with some frost expected, especially across more eastern areas of the British Isles where skies are clear for longest.


Issued: 12:28hrs Saturday 17th February 2018

Matt: Some patchy rain and showers moving down into the Midlands and E England, while a few showers are present further north and west. Otherwise, emphasis is on a lot of dry weather this afternoon with bright or sunny spells, these prolonged at times and not feeling as cold as of late either.


Issued: 08:00hrs Saturday 17th February 2018

Matt: Wet weather across parts of N England, Wales and SW England this morning, dry and with some sunshine across southern and south-eastern areas though. Drier further north and west too with some sunny spells, but also scattered showers across W Scotland and parts of Ireland. A chilly start to the day.


Issued: 18:13hrs Friday 16th February 2018

Simon: Showery rain affecting Ireland and western Scotland this evening, then heading across northern England, Wales and southwest England through the early hours.


Issued: 14:22hrs Friday 16th February 2018

Simon: Sunny spells continuing for much of England, Wales and eastern Scotland but cloud and rain in Ireland and western Scotland.


Issued: 07:44hrs Friday 16th February 2018

Simon:Sunshine this morning for many of us, but cloud is rapidly increasing over Ireland and will be spreading east during the day. Some showery rain accompanying the cloud in the west with showers in western Scotland.