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Scratchbox - February 01, 2021
Issued: 16:51hrs Sunday 28th February 2021

Alexi: A largely quiet night ahead with dry conditions. A touch of frost for some locations again tonight. Mist and fog developing too. First day of spring tomorrow!


Issued: 11:58hrs Sunday 28th February 2021

Alexi: Those mist and fog patches are burning off now in that early spring sun. Still more cloud cover though across Scotland and Northern Ireland. Enjoy the afternoon!


Issued: 08:07hrs Sunday 28th February 2021

Alexi: Good morning and happy Sunday. It is another mostly dry day ahead with some good sunshine about. Watch out for any morning mist and fog patches, these should burn off in the sun as the day progresses.


Issued: 16:45hrs Saturday 27th February 2021

Alexi: A mainly dry night ahead, although some possible drizzle for far western areas of Ireland and Scotland under thicker cloud here. Largely clear skies and light winds elsewhere allowing for a slight frost in places. Mist and fog patches too will form for some.


Issued: 14:10hrs Saturday 27th February 2021

Alexi: Generally sunny and dry conditions out there this afternoon. Staying dry through the rest of the day but cloud lingering more across northern and western areas. Temperatures reaching to 14C in Aboyne, NE Scotland.


Issued: 08:55hrs Saturday 27th February 2021

Alexi: We welcome this high pressure and this weekend should be a good one for sunshine for many. Today will see more cloud further north, however, with the risk of some light patchy rain.


Issued: 16:53hrs Friday 26th February 2021

Claire: Under clearer skies over the southern half of England and Wales tonight we could see temperatures dropping low enough for a patchy frost to form. Mist and fog patches likely to form here too.


Issued: 11:54hrs Friday 26th February 2021

Claire: Plenty more sunshine to come this afternoon away from the northwest.


Issued: 08:10hrs Friday 26th February 2021

Claire: Any early mist and fog patches clear to leave a dry and fine day for most. Feeling warm in the sun. Cloudier further north with some patchy light rain and isolated showers for northern parts of Scotland.


Issued: 12:16hrs Thursday 25th February 2021

Simon: More sunshine to come through this afternoon for many. Cloudier skies in East Anglia and southeast England should brighten up too. A few showers remain in western Scotland, but dry for most.


Issued: 07:29hrs Thursday 25th February 2021

Simon: Some cloud and even a few spots of rain in the far southeast this morning, but this will be clearing. Becoming brighter in the north and west, some good sunny spells. Rain or showers on and off in western Scotland, windy here too.


Issued: 19:12hrs Wednesday 24th February 2021

Simon: Some heavy bursts of rain for the next couple of hours over parts of Wales and northern England.


Issued: 19:12hrs Wednesday 24th February 2021

Simon: Some heavy bursts of rain for the next couple of hours over parts of Wales and northern England.


Issued: 15:42hrs Wednesday 24th February 2021

Simon> Further periods of rain across northern England and Wales this evening, this slowly easing into the Midlands overnight and fading as it does. Windy in Scotland with some heavy showers developing in the west.


Issued: 11:55hrs Wednesday 24th February 2021

Simon: Continuing mild this afternoon across all areas, very mild in central and eastern parts. Rain and drizzle, mostly in Scotland. northwest England, Wales and southwest England. Some sunshine in East Anglia and northeast Scotland.


Issued: 05:54hrs Wednesday 24th February 2021

Simon: Another mild day ahead. Rain in southwest England, Wales, northern England and eastern Ireland. Showers central and western Scotland. Some brighter spells central and eastern England. Mild for all, breezy again in south. See the forecast chart here.


Issued: 11:54hrs Tuesday 23th February 2021

Simon: It's been a pretty windy morning, with more strong winds to come this afternoon too, These are the gusts recorded so far.


Issued: 11:53hrs Tuesday 23th February 2021

Simon: There's more rain to come in Scotland, western parts of the UK and Ireland this afternoon. Staying windy in the west too.


Issued: 06:56hrs Tuesday 23th February 2021

Simon: A windy day, severe gales and gusts of 70mph in western areas. Rain in the north and west too. Drier in the east and south, very mild.


Issued: 18:21hrs Monday 22th February 2021

Simon: Feeling quite chilly for a time this evening in England, Wales and Scotland ahead of wind and rain in the west.


Issued: 11:42hrs Monday 22th February 2021

Simon: Rain continues to fade in the east for the next few hours, much sunnier skies to the west.


Issued: 07:35hrs Monday 22th February 2021

Simon: It's a getting better day for many. Some morning rain across much of England and eastern Wales. However, sunshine will be arriving from the west (already into Ireland & W Scotland), although damp this afternoon in the SE. Temperatures slightly milder than average.


Issued: 07:33hrs Monday 22th February 2021

Simon: It's a getting better day for many. Some morning rain across much of England and eastern Wales. However, sunshine will be arriving from the west (already into Ireland & W Scotland), although damp this afternoon in the SE. Temperatures slightly milder than average.


Issued: 16:37hrs Sunday 21th February 2021

Claire: Staying mild this week across the UK and Ireland, even feeling warm at times. Parts of the southeast England could see temperatures reach 16C!


Issued: 12:06hrs Sunday 21th February 2021

Claire: A windy one last night for northwestern areas with gusts of 60mph recorded at Stornoway. Widespread windy conditions are expected through the first part of this week but the strongest winds gradually become confined to northwestern and northern parts of Scotland later.


Issued: 08:08hrs Sunday 21th February 2021

Claire: Patchy outbreaks of rain affect parts of England and Wales today. To the northwest, it's a bright and breezy day with blustery showers for parts of Scotland and Ireland while to the southeast it's mostly dry with some cloud. A mild day across the board, very mild to the southeast.


Issued: 16:52hrs Saturday 20th February 2021

Claire: A very windy night to come in northwestern parts of the country. Forecast gusts from midnight to 06.00am Sunday are in excess of 65mph for the Western Isles.


Issued: 11:52hrs Saturday 20th February 2021

Claire: Rain will continue to spread north this afternoon though eastern parts of England will stay largely dry. It will clear east from Ireland this afternoon allowing for some late sunshine here. Staying breezy throughout.


Issued: 08:12hrs Saturday 20th February 2021

Claire: It's a generally wet and windy day for northern and western areas though the northwest of Scotland will be drier for a time with blustery showers. Very wet for south Wales. Southern and eastern areas are drier with some southeastern parts of England staying completely dry.


Issued: 16:55hrs Friday 19th February 2021

Alexi: Many areas will get plenty of rain this weekend so be prepared for possible localised flooding for some across western areas. Tonight, rain will continue to push across much of the country. Staying mild for most.


Issued: 12:37hrs Friday 19th February 2021

Alexi: Western regions continue to get hit by rain while eastern areas staying largely dry. Rain continues to fall heavy across central parts of Scotland. Staying windy too.


Issued: 08:16hrs Friday 19th February 2021

Alexi: A cloudy and wet day for many today with the west seeing heavy periods of rain at times, some localised flooding is possible too. Drier further east. Breezy for all.


Issued: 18:29hrs Thursday 18th February 2021

Simon: We are in for a mostly dry night once the evening showers have cleared, although rain and stronger winds will be reaching Ireland by the morning.


Issued: 12:52hrs Thursday 18th February 2021

Simon: Rain clears East Anglia and southeast England in the next couple of hours. Brighter for many. Showers over western coasts, heaviest in southwest Scotland and Northern Ireland.


Issued: 07:48hrs Thursday 18th February 2021

Simon: Turning brighter from the west today, although scattered showers on western coasts and hills. Rain clears east this morning with central and eastern areas brighter and drier this afternoon.


Issued: 14:09hrs Wednesday 17th February 2021

Simon: Radar showing the rain now into southern Ireland, southern England and south Wales, this passing north through this evening and overnight. Heavy showers in western Scotland and northwest Ireland too.


Issued: 07:18hrs Wednesday 17th February 2021

Simon: A mild day for all today. Rain this morning clears east, then brighter for many although always showers and windy in northwest Scotland. More rain for southern England and southern Ireland this afternoon.


Issued: 16:14hrs Tuesday 16th February 2021

Simon: Showers and rain clear east this evening, then dry for a time overnight. More rain arrives in Ireland, this passing east in the early hours to be over central and western areas by morning.


Issued: 07:20hrs Tuesday 16th February 2021

Simon: A cold night in Texas! Here are the latest temperatures.


Issued: 07:17hrs Tuesday 16th February 2021

Simon: Rain central and southern England at first, edging east, clearing SE by late afternoon. Drier for most. Further cloud and showers Wales & west later. Severe gales and rain NW Scotland. Mild for all.


Issued: 15:57hrs Monday 15th February 2021

Simon: A windy night ahead in western areas. Gusts of over 60mph affecting western Ireland and western Scotland. It will be mild for all.


Issued: 08:49hrs Monday 15th February 2021

Simon: Heavy bursts of showery rain crossing northern and eastern parts of Ireland now, approaching northwest Wales and southwest Scotland.


Issued: 06:49hrs Monday 15th February 2021

Simon: It's a much milder start to the week. Some fog and rain in central, southern and eastern areas at first but this clears east and most places becoming drier. An area of showery rain in southwest Ireland. moving northeast and into west and north Wales as well as southwest Scotland late morning.


Issued: 16:49hrs Sunday 14th February 2021

Claire: Rain clears east from most areas tonight, with the exception of southeast England, and winds tend to ease too for many. Showers follow for western Ireland. Winds stay strong to the far northwest and southeast where we could see gusts of up to 55mph through the wee hours.


Issued: 11:55hrs Sunday 14th February 2021

Claire: Strong winds taking the edge off these temperatures with coastal gales across the region. Peak gusts recorded across the British Isles so far include: 68mph at St Bees Head, 67mph at Mace Head, 66mph on Tiree, 58mph at Vally and 57mph at Ballypatrick.


Issued: 11:54hrs Sunday 14th February 2021

Claire: A much milder air mass is making its way into Ireland & the southwest UK with temperatures widely in the double digits across the Republic of Ireland this morning.


Issued: 08:09hrs Sunday 14th February 2021

Claire: A windy day today with outbreaks of rain for many. Feeling very cold in the wind. Brightening from the west later with milder air arriving here.


Issued: 16:39hrs Saturday 13th February 2021

Alexi: It's the last night of widely below freezing temperatures for the foreseeable future! The band of snow pushing east will gradually fizzle out by midnight. The next bout of rain, however, will move into far western areas by early morning.


Issued: 13:49hrs Saturday 13th February 2021

Alexi: Band of snow breaking up now as it tracks further east. Not really much left on it pushes further across Scotland and into England. The wind chill will be a factor out there this afternoon though....keep warm!


Issued: 08:11hrs Saturday 13th February 2021

Alexi: Good morning, a band of snow followed by rain is pushing eastwards today across mainly western and northern parts of the UK. Staying largely dry but cloudy further south and southeast. Still feeling very cold and a tad colder today with the wind chill added in.


Issued: 16:13hrs Friday 12th February 2021

Alexi: Well, it has turned out to be a rather nice day for much of the UK today with clear, blue skies for many...cold still though. Hang on just a bit longer for that milder air. Tonight, winds will strengthen but it should stay largely dry. Snow to the far west by dawn.


Issued: 12:52hrs Friday 12th February 2021

Alexi: Snow showers pushing in to eastern coasts more now but further west across the UK it is looking really nice with plenty of blue sky about. More in the way of cloud for Ireland and this will do so more tomorrow as a front moves through.


Issued: 08:17hrs Friday 12th February 2021

Alexi: That milder air is creeping closer but much of the UK was well below freezing last night still. Today, expect mainly dry conditions but perhaps more in the way of cloud about compared with yesterday. Snow showers still affecting some eastern areas.


Issued: 16:44hrs Thursday 11th February 2021

Claire: Slightly milder into the southwest of the British Isles tonight with temperatures staying above freezing under the cloud here. Some very strong winds too for Ireland and the southwest UK with coastal gales and gusts up to 50mph.


Issued: 11:27hrs Thursday 11th February 2021

Claire: Temperatures are struggling over Scotland today with some areas still in the negative double digits. These areas likely to see highs of only -6 or -5C this afternoon. A cold day across the country.


Issued: 08:29hrs Thursday 11th February 2021

Claire: Staying cold but it's a dry and fair day for many today - some snow showers still to the east. Cloud thickens from the southwest bringing rain, sleet and snow into Ireland and the far southwest of the UK.


Issued: 13:00hrs Wednesday 10th February 2021

Simon: Staying cold through this afternoon. Further snow showers in the east. Mostly fair with sunny spells in central and western areas.


Issued: 09:07hrs Wednesday 10th February 2021

Simon: Thoughts are turning to milder temperatures next week as this temperature graph shows.


Issued: 07:26hrs Wednesday 10th February 2021

Simon: Another. Dry cold day ahead. Snow showers still affecting eastern and central areas, but less of the. Around than recent days. Best sunshine in the west.


Issued: 17:00hrs Tuesday 09th February 2021

Simon: A frosty night ahead, the frost being severe in many areas. Further snow showers in the east too.


Issued: 11:13hrs Tuesday 09th February 2021

Simon: Further snow showers this afternoon in eastern counties of England and Scotland. The snow showers inland tending to fade. Further snow showers in central and eastern Ireland.


Issued: 07:43hrs Tuesday 09th February 2021

Simon: Another very cold day ahead. Snow showers, some of them heavy across eastern areas, penetrating into the Midlands and parts of northwest England too.


Issued: 15:47hrs Monday 08th February 2021

Simon: The snow showers and flurries continue over eastern coasts tonight. Drier for the west but a widespread frost.


Issued: 13:22hrs Monday 08th February 2021

Simon: Staying bitterly cold through this afternoon with further snow showers affecting many eastern parts of the country. Western areas will be dry.


Issued: 07:23hrs Monday 08th February 2021

Simon: It's not often that we see maximum temperatures in the UK not rising above freezing, but that's the story for today. More snow showers in the east, some of them heavy and breezy here too. Brighter and drier in the west.


Issued: 16:52hrs Sunday 07th February 2021

Alexi: Snow continues to flow into the far southeast this evening and overnight. Snow showers will also pursue easternmost regions. Drier further west.


Issued: 08:05hrs Sunday 07th February 2021

Alexi: People in East Anglia and the southeast corner are waking up to falling snow. Expect this to continue throughout the day today. Bitterly cold elsewhere with snow showers mainly affecting eastern areas of the UK.


Issued: 16:56hrs Saturday 06th February 2021

Claire: An area of rain, sleet and snow clears south from central England this evening while wintry showers continue to blow into eastern parts of northern England and Scotland. An area of more persistent and heavier snow moves in over East Anglia and the south east of England accompanied by some strong winds.


Issued: 12:17hrs Saturday 06th February 2021

Claire: Cold air is spreading south across northern parts of England. This is where we'll increasingly see rain turning to sleet and snow this afternoon and this evening.


Issued: 08:35hrs Saturday 06th February 2021

Claire: Further snow for eastern parts of Scotland today while an area of rain affects northern and eastern parts of England. As cold air sinks slowly south, this rain increasingly turns to sleet and snow, initially over higher ground but then to lower levels, over eastern England.


Issued: 16:31hrs Friday 05th February 2021

Claire: Further snow to come overnight for eastern and northern parts of Scotland. Some likely to fall over hilltops in northern England and north Wales too. Elsewhere outbreaks of rain for Northern Ireland as well as northern and eastern parts of England tonight. Scattered showers around Irish Sea coasts too.


Issued: 12:04hrs Friday 05th February 2021

Claire: Snow continues to pile up in parts of northeastern Scotland. Very dangerous conditions developing here.


Issued: 08:00hrs Friday 05th February 2021

Claire: Prolonged and heavy falls of snow today for parts of northeastern Scotland. Snow spreads to southeastern parts of Scotland and northeast England later. Outbreaks of rain for western Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern parts of England. Further south a mixture of sunny spells and scattered showers for much of England, Ireland and Wales.


Issued: 16:58hrs Thursday 04th February 2021

Alexi: Rain, sleet and snow continue across much of Scotland overnight. Patchy rain further south will become confined to easternmost areas allowing for southern areas to become mostly dry but with showers down western coasts.


Issued: 12:19hrs Thursday 04th February 2021

Alexi: Any snow across southern Scotland will gradually turn to rain through the afternoon. Snow continuing however further north. Meanwhile, rain will continue to spread north-eastwards across England and Wales.


Issued: 08:13hrs Thursday 04th February 2021

The northern half of the country will continue to get hit by rain, sleet and snow today. Southern and south-eastern parts of England will also see rain as a fast moving system runs across the country.


Issued: 17:59hrs Wednesday 03th February 2021

Simon: More snow in central and eastern Scotland tonight, some over the Southern Uplands too. Rain this evening in northern England will be fading as will the rain in Ireland. Showers western coasts.


Issued: 11:46hrs Wednesday 03th February 2021

Simon: Colder hit on it's way for next week, could be the coldest period of winter so far.


Issued: 07:29hrs Wednesday 03th February 2021

Somon: Snow, rain and cold weather for southern Scotland and the far north of England today. Drier northern Scotland, staying cold. Milder southern England, Wales and Ireland. early rain in the southeast, some brightness developing central areas.


Issued: 07:31hrs Tuesday 02th February 2021

Simon: Rai and snow Northern Ireland, southern Scotland and the far north of England. Drier at first and milder south, but heavy showers in Ireland spreading east to Wales and England. Colder Scotland, drier in northern Scotland.


Issued: 13:30hrs Monday 01th February 2021

Simon: It's a chilly afternoon for al but the far southwest and Southern Ireland. Here are the temperatures right now.


Issued: 07:50hrs Monday 01th February 2021

Simon: Changing conditions this week. Cold and snow in Scotland, but milder and wetter for the rest of the UK and Ireland. However, there are increasing signs of some very cold weather developing into the weekend. Will keep you informed.


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