Scratchbox - September 23, 2012
Issued: 12:27hrs Sunday 23th September 2012
John: A very intense pulse of torrential rain is mow moving across the Isle of Wight into Hampshire.
Issued: 12:00hrs Sunday 23th September 2012
John: Heavy rain is now moving north into the Midlands with wind gusts to 45mph along the south coast.
Issued: 07:51hrs Sunday 23th September 2012
John: It was a cold morning across eastern Scotland and north east England with temperatures down to 0C in a few spots. Heavy rain is now moving into the far south of England and by the end of the day will reach southern Scotland. Rainfall totals in excess of 50mm are possible over the next 48hrs across parts of England which may produce local flooding. Strong winds will be developing with gales in the north and south into Monday.
Issued: 14:30hrs Saturday 22th September 2012
John: Latest model projects as much as 65mm of rainfall from tomorrow morning into the night across parts of Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey are possible so there is a risk of flooding from this storm. This area may vary depending on the track of the low pressure area and associated rain bands.
Issued: 08:18hrs Saturday 22th September 2012
John: A deep area of low pressure is going to become settled across England this week. A miserable week across much of the United Kingdom with heavy, prolonged rain accompanied by gail force cyclonic winds. keep updated for the risk of flooding.
Issued: 07:00hrs Saturday 22th September 2012
John: A cold night last night with temperatures at or below freezing across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Cold too this morning with just 1C across North Wales, northern England and parts of the North Midlands.
Issued: 16:48hrs Friday 21th September 2012
Simon: Get set for a cold night tonight. Temperatures are going to be only just above freezing over Wales, northwest England, the Midlands and parts of Scotland.
Issued: 07:06hrs Friday 21th September 2012
Simon: Midnight run of the GFS model is now in, and it's back to the original plan for Sunday/Monday; heavy rain and gales. The northward movement of the low and the rain is somewhat delayed, with the southern half of England west and windy by midday, and then the rain reaching southern Scotland by late afternoon. It's worth noting that the UK Met Office model continues to keep the low further east. You can see the low arriving here.
Issued: 11:48hrs Thursday 20th September 2012
Simon: Sunday is a situation we are monitoring very carefully here at the Weatheronline Weather Centre. Potential for some very wet weather and severe gales, but exactly where is still uncertain. We'll be updating you 24/7.
Issued: 07:06hrs Thursday 20th September 2012
Simon: Rain across Northern Ireland, southern Scotland and Northern England today, some of it heavy in Northern Ireland. Drier and cloudier to the south of the UK with the best sun in northern Scotland.
Issued: 06:30hrs Wednesday 19th September 2012
Simon: Brrrr! It's a chilly one out there this morning, already 1C at Benson (Oxon) and still falling. Shows that autumn is certainly arriving fast.