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Scratchbox - October 27, 2016
Issued: 08:47hrs Thursday 27th October 2016

Garry: Cloudy with patchy rain or drizzle in the north-west, turning heavier over western Scotland today. Dry, bright & mild elsewhere. Blustery winds in north.

Issued: 13:07hrs Wednesday 26th October 2016

Simon: If you're lucky enough to be in the sunshine this afternoon it will be feeling pleasantly warm.

Issued: 07:47hrs Wednesday 26th October 2016

Simon: Morning mist and fog over southern and southeastern England will be clearing away. Some patchy drizzle on western coasts and hills, but a few bright spells breaking through in more central and eastern areas. Feeling mild in any brightness.

Issued: 17:56hrs Tuesday 25th October 2016

Simon: A dry night ahead for most, frost free overall too but watch for some fog patches in the east and south.

Issued: 12:27hrs Tuesday 25th October 2016

Simon: Its a fine day across most of northern England and Scotland, but cloudier over southern and central England, Wales and much of Ireland.

Issued: 07:39hrs Tuesday 25th October 2016

Simon: After a frost in central and northern Scotland last night, that's where the best of the sunshine will be today. More cloud elsewhere with a few spots of rain remaining in the south at first.

Issued: 14:06hrs Monday 24th October 2016

Simon: A glorious day in western Ireland and northwest Scotland, but rain is affecting southern England and southern Wales. A few showers further east.

Issued: 07:37hrs Monday 24th October 2016

Simon: Rain in southern England, south Wales and southern Ireland this morning, tending to become confined to the southwest this afternoon. Showers affecting eastern coasts of England and Scotland, but drier with sunny spells to the west.

Issued: 08:13hrs Sunday 23th October 2016

John: showers across the North Midlands should fade but the showers across eastern areas will continue on and off through the day. Look out for some dense fog this morning across Hampshire where visibilities are as low as 100m in places.