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Scratchbox - November 01, 2016
Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: A frost tonight across southern Wales and southern England as well as the far south of Ireland. Too much cloud further north and so much milder.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: Last nights minimum temperatures are here.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: A bitter start to the day over much of central and southern England as well as southern Wales.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: Another frosty night ahead in the south of the UK and Ireland, temperatures as low as -8C in parts of southern Wales and southern England. Less frost to the north due to increasing winds and cloud here.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: After a widespread frost this morning sunshine will be in evidence through much of England, Wales and southern Ireland today. Increasing could in Scotland with patchy rain slipping south. Could increases in Northern Ireland too.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: More sunshine to come in England and Wales this afternoon, cloudier to the north and west.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: Dry today with increasing sunshine across much of southern and eastern Britain. Get set for a hard frost tonight.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

John: A dry day to come but with a good deal of low cloud and mist across England and Wales. Best of the sunshine will be across western Scotland and the NW of England.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

John: A dry, cold, frosty morning with sunny skies for the northern half of Britain. Misty in the south with a good deal of low cloud. This thins to give some sunshine.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: A chilly night ahead for many. Widespread frost west & north Midlands, Wales, northern England, Ireland and central and northern Scotland.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: A mostly dry day ahead. Patchy rain in northern Scotland. Broken cloud with sunny spells, although cloud to far north and far south.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A hard frost tonight under clear skies in northern Britain. Cloudier skies and a strong breeze in the south & east.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Cloudy but dry for most today. Cool breeze in south. Brightest in NW.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: Becoming drier for most tonight, the drizzle fading as the wind increases. Another sharp frost in Scotland and Ireland.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: Still dull with some drizzle in southern England this afternoon, brighter in Scotland.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: Cloudy much of England and Wales today. Drizzle arrives in the southeast, with a few spots of drizzle southern Pennines and Welsh hills. Colder Scotland and Ireland with frost this morning, much brighter during today with lots of sunshine.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: Staying damp in parts of northern England tonight. Showers in northern Scotland, northern and western Ireland and southwest England too.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: Staying cloudy tonight for much of England and Wales, a few spots of rain on hills. Clearer skies Scotland and Ireland with a slight frost here.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: The remains of yesterdays heavy rain are now across northern and western areas of England and Wales as well as Ireland. These continue to fade through the course of today and thankfully drier weather is now on its way.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Heavy rain continues across much of England & Wales this afternoon. Dry and bright in Scotland, although cloud thickening from the south.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Persistent heavy rain extends from south-west to north-east today. Snow on hill tops. Much brighter in Scotland & N Ireland.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

John: much of the rain has now cleared and the strong winds have moderated. It does turn settled from mid week but first we'll see another strong low pressure area moving up into southern England tomorrow which will produce heavy rain and strong winds.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

John: Storm Angus is moving up through the channel producing wind gusts up to 70 mph around exposed coasts of the south east with possible disruption this morning before lessening by afternoon. Very windy across the southern half of England and Wales with outbreaks of moderate to heavy rain. Snow is possible over the Welsh Hills and the southern Pennines for a time. Cold and frosty to start the day across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Mainly dry here with some sunshine


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Simon: Gusts start to pick up on south coasts now, her e's the latest.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

John: it's going to be a very wet and windy night in the south with close to an inch of rain in places. Wind gusts to 70 mph are also possible around the south east coast of England.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

John: a cold, frosty morning for much of central and eastern parts of Britain. Showers are across the north and the west, these wintry over the Pennines and the hills of Scotland.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Continuing bands of showers across northern England, widely snow over the hills. Showers around coastal districts in west & south this afternoon. Plenty of sunshine central, eastern areas.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Showery in western regions today, some spreading across northern England. Brighter Mids & east.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Showers continue in the west tonight, wintry over hills. Risk of ice. Local frost in sheltered spots.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Tornadoes reported from Wales & Midlands as squally front passed east earlier.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Squally heavy rain and hail moving east across central Britain. Sunshine and showers following.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A bright start to the day in central & eastern areas, but heavy showers or longer periods of rain are spreading from the west. Hail and thunder. Feeling chilly.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Colder tonight than recent nights, but most places avoiding a frost as winds remain gusty. Squally showers in the north - snow over the Scottish Highlands, also higher hills elsewhere.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A belt of showery rain is moving south-east across central Britain this afternoon. Colder in Scotland, with heavy, wintry showers.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Another mild day in the south, but cooler in the north. Showery in the north & west. Blustery winds.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Mild across the country tonight. Rain developing for western Scotland. Patchy rain or drizzle elsewhere.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Cloudy and damp for central areas this afternoon. Some sunshine in the north. Showers western Scotland. Generally mild.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Cloudy skies and patchy rain or drizzle for central & southern areas today. Brighter in north.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A mild evening, mostly cloudy tonight, damp for some with drizzly rain.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A lot of cloud around today, plus outbreaks of rain or drizzle. Mild temperatures.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

John: Rain will affect Northern Ireland and Scotland. A dry with good sunny spells across England and Wales as fog and low cloud clears the south. It may stay rather cloudy across East Anglia and the south east for much of the day.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

John: heavy rain now across central and eastern parts of England will gradually be clearing away to the east but not clearing East Anglia and the south east until early evening.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Rain spreads from the west tonight, turning heavy and persistent. Dropping cold in east early in night.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A bright afternoon for most places, plenty of sunshine. Cloud thickening in west, rain for Ireland.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A cold night ahead, frost forming for many, some icy patches, local fog.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A mix of sunshine and showers this afternoon. Feeling cool in the breeze.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Chilly for many, milder in the south-west. Clusters of showers and some sun today.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Showers will affect northern & western areas tonight. Beware of ice tonight in northern England & Scotland.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Feeling cold. Still some rain or drizzle in eastern counties. Showers in the west.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A chilly, damp day for many places. Rain fading slowly in east. Showers in west.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Rain advancing in from the west this evening, falling widely as snow over hills of northern Britain, above 200-300m. Some disruption likely.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A cold day for all. Cloud thickening from west, rain arriving later, snow over hills in north above 200-300m.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Showers continue in eastern counties this afternoon, and a few across Wales. Some bright sunshine.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Showers across many eastern counties again today. A few around coasts of Wales too. Sunny and cold elsewhere.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

John: gusts of 45 mph are affecting the eastern coasts of England.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

John: an area of heavy showers has pushed into northern England. With strong north winds, the showers will spread further south.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

John: a cold, frosty morning with temperatures as low as -3C in the far south of England.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

John: a colder day with strong northerly winds making it feel even colder, especially in the east where there will be showers on and off during the day, these becoming wintry over the high ground in the north.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Rain continues in the SE this afternoon. Bands of rain or showers N & W. Drier Mids & NE.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Areas of rain or showers across the country today, but some dry and bright weather too.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Patchy rain will spread south & east across the country tonight. Not as cold as previous nights with mostly cloudy skies.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A cool and drab afternoon for many. The south-east holding onto some hazy sun. Rain or drizzle west & north-west.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Dry & bright with hazy sun in central & southern areas. Rain for Scotland & N. Ireland.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A cold night ahead, frost for many. Rain developing in far north-west.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A bright but cool afternoon. A few showers NE Scotland, and locally near east coast of England.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: A chilly start but a fine day ahead with plenty of sunshine.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Chilly tonight as skies clear. Frost for some sheltered locations inland. Breezy near coasts.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Sunny skies developing slowly from the north into the N Midlands this afternoon, but most southern regions likely to stay dull.


Issued: 11:16hrs Tuesday 14th February 2016

Garry: Cloudy with patches of rain in the east this morning. Brighter skies developing from the north. Showers in N Scotland.


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