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Scratchbox - March 20, 2019
Issued: 14:29hrs Wednesday 20th March 2019

Simon: Mild weather continuing for most this afternoon. Best sunshine in the east.


Issued: 07:15hrs Wednesday 20th March 2019

Simon: More low cloud in the west today, but brighter in the east. Mild for all.


Issued: 16:31hrs Tuesday 19th March 2019

Simon: Broken cloud and mild for most overnight. Some drizzle in the west.


Issued: 08:59hrs Tuesday 19th March 2019

Simon: Temperatures are set to be rising over the coming days for most, it could be very mild or even warm in eastern England later this week.


Issued: 07:32hrs Tuesday 19th March 2019

Simon: Plenty of cloud around today. There will be some brighter spells, best in the east. Drizzle at times over western coasts and hills.


Issued: 16:49hrs Monday 18th March 2019

Simon: A fair amount of cloud tonight with some drizzle persisting in the west.


Issued: 11:16hrs Monday 18th March 2019

Simon: Staying damp and drizzly in the west this afternoon but the east should be drier.


Issued: 07:10hrs Monday 18th March 2019

Simon: It's a fairly chilly start out there this morning over central and eastern areas. More cloud in the west and milder too with some rain and drizzle. Cloud tending to increase from the west for all during the day, but it will stay brighter in the east.


Issued: 16:55hrs Sunday 17th March 2019

Claire: Scattered showers easing this evening to leave a clear night for most of the UK. Temperatures will drop close to, or below, freezing for many tonight. Cloud and rain building from the west by daybreak.


Issued: 12:07hrs Sunday 17th March 2019

Claire: Blustery scattered showers are affecting many through this afternoon. These should ease from the west later to leave a drier evening. Some heavier bursts of rain are continuing to affect northwest Wales.


Issued: 07:59hrs Sunday 17th March 2019

Claire: It was a chilly night for the UK and Ireland. Patches of ice are of concern this morning but these should thaw quickly as temperatures rise. Forecast highs today ranging from 6 to 9C, perhaps 10C in the southeast of England and Ireland.


Issued: 17:00hrs Saturday 16th March 2019

Claire: Peak wind gusts of 66mph were recorded at Aberdaron and the Mumbles. A 62mph gust was recorded at Weybourne while Emley Moor, Rhyl and Holbeach recorded gusts of 61mph. The area of strongest winds will ease toward the southeast through this evening before moving into the North Sea.


Issued: 11:51hrs Saturday 16th March 2019

Claire: Heavy snow falling in northern and eastern parts of Scotland just now, rain for parts of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Wales and northern England. Dry but cloudy in the southeast.


Issued: 08:06hrs Saturday 16th March 2019

Claire: A large difference in temperatures across the British Isles this morning with temperatures already reaching 11C in parts of England and Ireland but still at freezing across southern Scotland.