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Scratchbox - February 01, 2019
Issued: 14:45hrs Thursday 28th February 2019

Simon: A damp afternoon through Ireland, England and Wales with outbreaks of rain. Brighter skies in Ireland.


Issued: 07:24hrs Thursday 28th February 2019

Simon: Showery bursts of rain through this morning over southern Ireland, Wales and western England. Misty too. The rain edges eastwards during the day, most of it light and patchy.


Issued: 15:53hrs Wednesday 27th February 2019

Simon: Cloud increases from the west overnight with some rain through southern Ireland, reaching west Wales and southwest England by morning.


Issued: 07:38hrs Wednesday 27th February 2019

Simon: Make the most of today's sunshine, there will be cloudier skies tomorrow and evening a few spots of rain in England and Wales.


Issued: 14:14hrs Tuesday 26th February 2019

Simon: Temperatures continuing to climb this afternoon. Another record breaking February day?


Issued: 07:28hrs Tuesday 26th February 2019

Simon: Another very warm day ahead with lots of sunshine for most, after a chilly start. More cloud in northern Scotland, a few spots of drizzle here.


Issued: 13:16hrs Monday 25th February 2019

Claire: Temperatures in parts of England and Wales are already at 16C and 17C. With a couple of hours of heating still to go we could see more temperature records tumbling this afternoon!


Issued: 08:12hrs Monday 25th February 2019

Claire: Mist and fog are dominating this morning's weather chart again! This should clear through the morning to leave a mostly dry day everywhere with the exception of the NW and N of Scotland where there could be some rain around. Cloudy for Scotland & Ireland, bright for England & Wales.


Issued: 16:43hrs Sunday 24th February 2019

Claire: Patchy rain starting to edge into western Ireland and northwestern Scotland now. This will likely persist for northwestern Scotland through the rest of this evening and overnight. Elsewhere it will be a dry evening with light winds. Clear skies in the south and east.


Issued: 12:51hrs Sunday 24th February 2019

Claire: Temperatures reaching into the teens now for many across England and Wales where the best of this afternoon's sunshine is expected. The exception is the West Midlands where some fog patches are lingering and hindering temperatures.


Issued: 08:10hrs Sunday 24th February 2019

Claire: Widespread mist and fog affecting parts of southern and central England, south Wales, central and eastern Scotland and across the island of Ireland. This should clear to leave a mostly dry, bright and mild day.


Issued: 16:04hrs Saturday 23th February 2019

Simon: Fog forming in central and southern areas again tonight. Dry for most as any remaining rain from the front in the west fades away.


Issued: 10:23hrs Saturday 23th February 2019

Simon: A fine day is ahead for the areas of England and Wales as well as southern and eastern Scotland which are free from fog and low cloud. Eastern England may hold onto the fog and low cloud in some places into this afternoon. Some patchy rain in Ireland and western Scotland as a cold front edges east.


Issued: 07:28hrs Saturday 23th February 2019

Simon: Dense fog is centred around the Midlands, southern and eastern England this morning. This slowly clearing, but lingering in some places until this afternoon


Issued: 22:36hrs Friday 22th February 2019

Simon: More fog patches will be forming overnight, mostly in England, Wales and southern Scotland. Some of the fog may be dense by Saturday morning.


Issued: 15:49hrs Friday 22th February 2019

Garry: Temperatures have peaked at 14 to 16C this afternoon, but where it's murky on the south coast, it's less than 10C.


Issued: 13:15hrs Friday 22th February 2019

Garry: A warm sunny afternoon for many places. Cloudier for Scotland and Ireland with a little rain locally. Still some low cloud on the English Channel coast too.


Issued: 09:16hrs Friday 22th February 2019

Garry: A cool start but another warm early spring day lies ahead. Low cloud and fog for some this morning will break to give hazy sun. Cloudier toward the northwest with local bursts of rain Highland Scotland and Ireland.


Issued: 12:58hrs Thursday 21th February 2019

Garry: Lots of warm spring sunshine around this afternoon, but some low cloud lingering around coasts in south and west. Drizzly in far west of Scotland and Ireland.


Issued: 09:37hrs Thursday 21th February 2019

Garry: A lot of cloud around this morning. Some drizzly rain, especially western Scotland. Best of the cloud breaks across the east today, and feeling warm in any sun.


Issued: 16:37hrs Wednesday 20th February 2019

Garry: Patchy rain fades this evening in the north and west. Some fog patches forming into tonight. Staying mild.


Issued: 12:37hrs Wednesday 20th February 2019

Garry: Rain continues to affect the hills in west Wales and Cumbria, but will fade slowly this afternoon. Patchy rain too for western Scotland & Northern Ireland. Mild and bright for the Midlands, south and east.


Issued: 09:26hrs Wednesday 20th February 2019

Garry: A cloudy but milder day today. Rain most persistent over hills in the west and northwest, whilst best chance for sunshine is toward the southeast.


Issued: 16:30hrs Tuesday 19th February 2019

Garry: A wet evening and night ahead in the west and northwest. Largely dry south and east. Cloudy and mild overall with southwesterly winds.


Issued: 13:58hrs Tuesday 19th February 2019

Garry: Becoming wetter across west & northwestern areas this afternoon and especially evening. Sunshine increasingly hazy in the east.


Issued: 09:39hrs Tuesday 19th February 2019

Garry: A few brief showers this morning, mostly in western areas. Hazy sunshine for many. Cloud and rain will arrive in the west & northwest of Britain later today.


Issued: 17:00hrs Monday 18th February 2019

Claire: Showers should ease for most areas through this evening and clear skies will allow temperatures to drop towards freezing overnight allowing for a ground frost to develop in some areas.


Issued: 12:35hrs Monday 18th February 2019

Claire: Wind gusts are at or near gale force for many western and northern areas this afternoon. These should ease for most through the evening.


Issued: 07:49hrs Monday 18th February 2019

Claire: A mild start to the day with sunny spells for many. Blustery showers for Ireland, Scotland and western parts of Wales and England today.


Issued: 16:56hrs Sunday 17th February 2019

Claire: Blustery showers continuing over Ireland and northern parts of Scotland this evening. Drier for England and Wales.


Issued: 12:15hrs Sunday 17th February 2019

Claire: Heavy rain continuing for western Scotland while further south the rain is becoming increasingly lighter. Staying dry and bright in the southeast through this afternoon.


Issued: 08:13hrs Sunday 17th February 2019

Claire: Several stations across England are reporting mist this morning while in Ireland and western Scotland the arrival of a cold front is marked where stations are reporting rain. This front will continue to ease eastward through the day weakening as it goes.


Issued: 16:39hrs Saturday 16th February 2019

Claire: It's been a rather cloudy day for much of the UK & Ireland with the best of the sunshine over Aberdeenshire, Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. It will remain mostly cloudy through this evening and overnight though some clearer spells could develop in the south later.


Issued: 08:02hrs Saturday 16th February 2019

Claire: A mild night away from the south coast of England. Overnight lows remained in double-digits at Edinburgh, Prestwick and Keswick.


Issued: 16:19hrs Friday 15th February 2019

Claire: The UK's highest temperature today was 17.5C at Rhyl in north Wales. This is about 10C above the average February temperature for the town! Elsewhere most areas managed double-digit temperatures with temperatures across England and Wales widely reaching 13 to 15C.


Issued: 11:56hrs Friday 15th February 2019

Claire: Clear skies for much of the country this lunchtime & temperatures are rising nicely too with 13C already reached in Wales and Scotland. A few fog patches are lingering across southern England.


Issued: 07:50hrs Friday 15th February 2019

Claire: Lots of mist and fog around first thing this morning. This should burn off to leave a mostly dry and fine day though it will be windy in the northwest.


Issued: 16:31hrs Thursday 14th February 2019

Simon: Some fog patches forming again tonight, most over southern England and along the Welsh borders.


Issued: 07:26hrs Thursday 14th February 2019

Simon: Fog to start the morning in parts of England and Wales, where it has been chilly overnight too. This will be clearing in the next couple of hours.


Issued: 17:21hrs Wednesday 13th February 2019

Simon: Still rather cloudy in western and northern areas tonight. Clearer in the south and east.


Issued: 12:05hrs Wednesday 13th February 2019

Simon: The forecast for the coming week still shows little sign of any significant rainfall. It's going to be mild too. Full details are here.


Issued: 07:35hrs Wednesday 13th February 2019

Simon: Plenty of cloud around today. Drizzle in the west. Mild for all.


Issued: 17:10hrs Tuesday 12th February 2019

Simon: Plenty of cloud around tonight, combined with southwest winds that means it will be mild. Some drizzle over western coasts and hills.


Issued: 10:46hrs Tuesday 12th February 2019

Simon: Bits of drizzle still affecting northern and western coasts and hills. Brighter in the east and south.


Issued: 07:18hrs Tuesday 12th February 2019

Simon: A touch of frost to start this morning over much of England and Wales. It is milder in Scotland, Ireland and the far west of England and Wales as cloud has increased here. Some patchy drizzle in Scotland and Ireland too.


Issued: 15:33hrs Monday 11th February 2019

Claire: A few showers over northwestern Scotland and western Ireland which may continue through this evening and overnight. It will also become quite windy here, especially for exposed areas. Elsewhere clearer skies could allow for the formation of some frost and fog patches tonight.


Issued: 12:36hrs Monday 11th February 2019

Claire: Temperatures are creeping into double digits now in parts of southwest England, south Wales and southern Ireland. We will see more widespread double-digit temperatures as this week progresses. A fine and dry afternoon ahead for most of us today.


Issued: 07:39hrs Monday 11th February 2019

Claire: A chilly start to the day for many. Highs expected to climb to 5C to 11C by this afternoon. A dry and bright day ahead for most.


Issued: 17:03hrs Sunday 10th February 2019

Claire: Rain and showers clearing overnight to leave a dry and bright day for most on Monday. Temperatures will drop low enough overnight however to allow a widespread ground frost to develop.


Issued: 11:52hrs Sunday 10th February 2019

Claire: An occluded front in the north is bringing rain to Caithness and Sutherland while a second occlusion is taking its time to clear southeast England. Best of this afternoon's brightness will be for eastern Ireland, southern Scotland, Wales and southwest England.


Issued: 08:27hrs Sunday 10th February 2019

Claire: A chilly start for Ireland, Scotland and Wales; milder across England. Rain currently across southern areas should clear east by the afternoon to leave a mixture of good sunny spells and blustery showers.


Issued: 13:03hrs Saturday 09th February 2019

Garry: Blustery with showers focused in the west this afternoon. Wintry over higher ground in Scotland. Turning wet for SW England & Wales this evening.


Issued: 09:08hrs Saturday 09th February 2019

Garry: A windy Saturday with gales slowly easing. Clusters of showers in the west and north, these increasingly wintry over hills. Fairly mild in the south.


Issued: 15:48hrs Friday 08th February 2019

Simon: A windy night ahead with gusts of 70mph crossing Northern Ireland, northern England, north Wales and Scotland. Rain in the north, drier south.


Issued: 11:03hrs Friday 08th February 2019

Simon: The main areas of rain now passing through northern England, the Midlands and southern England. Heavy showers following to western Scotland and western Ireland. Windy for all with severe gales in the west and south.


Issued: 07:27hrs Friday 08th February 2019

Simon: A windy day with gusts of 50mph widely across the country, perhaps to 70mph around western and southern coasts. Rain, most of it in the west.


Issued: 17:02hrs Thursday 07th February 2019

Claire: Winds easing now for most areas but they will start to strengthen once more from the southwest through the early hours of Friday morning. It will be a clear night in the east, cloudy with outbreaks of rain in the west.


Issued: 07:27hrs Thursday 07th February 2019

Simon: A windy morning across England, but the winds should ease in Wales and already have done in Ireland.


Issued: 17:09hrs Wednesday 06th February 2019

Simon: Batten down the hatches. Strong winds and rough seas bashing the west and south tonight. The strong winds passing eastwards as the night wears on.


Issued: 11:26hrs Wednesday 06th February 2019

Simon: We are currently monitoring the prospects for some very windy weather tonight across England and Wales. Gusts of 60 to 70mph may affect western coasts late this evening, before severe gales and gusts of 50mph seep eastwards through much of the rest of England and Wales overnight.


Issued: 07:31hrs Wednesday 06th February 2019

Simon: Outbreaks of rain in the southeast today, becoming heavier this afternoon and evening. Sowers in the west, heaviest in western Ireland and western Scotland.


Issued: 12:09hrs Tuesday 05th February 2019

Simon: Drizzle and rain in the west this afternoon, eastern areas tending to be drier.


Issued: 07:29hrs Tuesday 05th February 2019

Simon: A frosty start for many this morning, but cloud is already increasing in the west as a warm front approaches. Rain and drizzle spreading steadily east during the day.


Issued: 16:40hrs Monday 04th February 2019

Claire: Temperatures reached double-digits in parts of England, Wales and Ireland this afternoon for the first time in a while. Double-digit temperatures could become more widespread as the week progresses.


Issued: 12:03hrs Monday 04th February 2019

Claire: Showers continuing over northern Scotland this afternoon while southeastern England will remain rather damp and drizzly. Dry and bright everywhere in between.


Issued: 09:32hrs Monday 04th February 2019

Claire: A milder start to the day than we've experienced of late. Today, and through the week ahead, we're expecting to maintain this mild trend with temperatures feeling almost spring-like for some places by the end of the week.


Issued: 16:52hrs Sunday 03th February 2019

Claire: As we go into this evening the main weather concerns will be snow and ice over northern parts of Scotland tonight. Most other places will see a wet but mild night with temperatures across much of the country expected to stay above freezing.


Issued: 12:54hrs Sunday 03th February 2019

Claire: Heavy showers for northwestern Scotland and northern England this afternoon. The best of the brightness is over southern England at the moment though cloud will spread south as the afternoon progresses.


Issued: 10:03hrs Sunday 03th February 2019

Claire: -11.7C recorded in Chillingham Barns was the coldest night of the winter so far for England. In Scotland, Braemar saw a bitter -15.4C while the coldest spots in Wales and Northern Ireland were -9.6C and -8.5C respectively. Thankfully we will see temperatures rise somewhat today and it will feel less cold than it has done of late.


Issued: 11:52hrs Saturday 02th February 2019

Claire: Away from North Sea coasts it's a bright and sunny day for many of us. Wintry showers will persist through the afternoon for northern parts of Scotland and eastern coastal areas.


Issued: 08:41hrs Saturday 02th February 2019

Claire: It's a chilly & frosty but bright start to the day for many this morning. Wintry showers for some coastal areas today. Feeling cold in the northerly breeze.


Issued: 16:53hrs Friday 01th February 2019

Claire: Snow will continue to ease in the southeast through this evening. The main risk going through tonight will be ice as temperatures will be sub-zero for most of us.


Issued: 11:44hrs Friday 01th February 2019

Claire: Sleet and snow showers continuing for northern parts of Scotland and southeastern England, though easing somewhat now. Best of the brightness over Northern Ireland and south-central Scotland.


Issued: 08:54hrs Friday 01th February 2019

Claire: A chilly morning across the country this morning with continuing snowfall for south-central parts of England and northeastern Scotland. Snow in the south will continue to move eastward through the morning, easing as it goes. Elsewhere a good bright day is expected for Northern Ireland and Scotland.


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