Scratchbox - July 25, 2014
Issued: 16:09hrs Thursday 24th July 2014

Garry: A warm, sunny afternoon for many, but thunderstorms are affecting parts of Cornwall and a band of storms also affects central- western Ireland.


Issued: 08:14hrs Thursday 24th July 2014

Garry: Areas of low cloud affect central and eastern areas this morning, these soon burning back to the coast, another dry and warm day ahead for most. A cluster of thunderstorms are currently rumbling around the south Devon coast, the risk of further showers in south-west today.


Issued: 18:44hrs Wednesday 23th July 2014

Garry: Highs reached 27 to 29C in many central and southern areas today, and also 28C at Aviemore in Highland Scotland. Low cloud on the North Sea coast kept temperatures below 20C in north-eastern parts of Scotland and England.


Issued: 08:39hrs Wednesday 23th July 2014

Garry: Low cloud will burn back toward North Sea coasts this morning. Another warm day with sunshine. The odd shower in south-west later.


Issued: 16:59hrs Tuesday 22th July 2014

John: a 15C difference in temperatures from 14C north east Scotland to 29C Solent.


Issued: 14:25hrs Tuesday 22th July 2014

John: 28C at the Solent, the high so far in Britain.


Issued: 07:57hrs Tuesday 22th July 2014

John: early mist and low cloud will burn back to coasts with all parts of the country looking very warm and dry today.


Issued: 14:56hrs Monday 21th July 2014

John: 26C the high so far today recorded at the Solent.


Issued: 12:54hrs Monday 21th July 2014

John: current radar is showing a line of showers forming from the Wash to Essex.


Issued: 07:20hrs Monday 21th July 2014

John: apart from an isolated showers across East Anglia and the south east, a dry day to come with cloud breaking to sunnier spells. Still quite warm.


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