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13 March 2005 - Helen Young

Tonight - Blizzards are likely for the N Isles and N Scotland overnight. The rest of the UK will be mainly dry, there will also be clear skies in the E with frost possible in places, temps -2 in the E, 1-3 in the cloudier West.

Tomorrow - Bright in the E to start, it will be wet in the West and SW as heavy rain moves in from the Atlantic. This will push east to affect all of England and Wales by the afternoon, maybe remaining Dry in the Far SE. Scotland will be dry. Temps Much Milder in England and Wales, Temps 7-9c, Remaining Colder in Scotland, 4-6.

Tuesday - Wet in England and Wales, with the possible exception of SE England, The Rain will push into Scotland and may fall as snow especially over the Hills, Temps 8-12 in England and Wales, 6-8 in Scotland.

Outlook - Milder Everywhere, Wettest in the west, Breezy.

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14 March 2005 - Alex Deakin

Tonight - Much of N England, North Wales and Scotland will have a wet night, with further Sleet and Snow is possible in N Scotland for a time, mainly cloudy in Southern England and Wales.

Tomorrow - Sleet and Snow in N Scotland to start. It will be cloudy over much of the W of the UK, and brighter to the East. In the afternoon, the damper cloudier weather in the West will spread to most E parts with the exception of the Far SE. Much of the Sleet and Snow in Scotland will also revert back to Rain. Temps 6-10 in Scotland, 11-12 in England and Wales.

Wednesday - A Damp cloudy day. However N England and Wales may well see some heavy rain. Elsewhere turning milder except in the far North of Scotland, Temps 6-11c in Scotland, 13-15 in England and Wales.

Thursday - Another Mainly Cloudy Day, with spells of heavy rain at times, Temps 6-15 in Scotland, 15-17c in England and Wales.

Outlook – 20c Possible this weekend.

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15 March 2005 - Alex Deakin

Summary - Mild, windy with rain for the next two days, but warm sunshine although cooler by the coasts for the end of the week.

Tonight - Another mild night with temps 7-11, with a lot of cloud and wet in W areas.

Tomorrow - Rain in much of Western Britain to start tomorrow but drier in the East, and bright in the SE. In the afternoon, Much of England and Wales will be wet, but SE England will remain dry. Showers in NW Scotland and drier in E Scotland, Temps 11-15c.

Thursday - Cloudy with Rain in N Ireland , S Scotland and N England, Drier and Brighter in S England and Wales, Temps Up to 17c in the Far South.

Friday –Dry and Bright in the South, 15-18c, Wet in Scotland 8-10c.

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16 March 2005 - Alex Deakin

History - Today was a day of contrasts with 20c reached in Gravesend, with only 8c reached in Whitehaven.

Warnings - Possible flooding in the Highlands of Scotland, and Argyll and Bute due to heavy rain and snow melt.

Tonight - Generally cloudy tonight, with showers in the NW, and generally drizzly with a lot of mist and for W and SW areas, Temps 6-8 in Scotland, 10-11 in England AND Wales.

Tomorrow - Damp with a lot of fog in western areas to start tomorrow, generally cloudy elsewhere. In the afternoon, the damp weather will push into NW areas, with the South turning brighter, but SW areas may remain damp, temps 7-15c in Scotland, 12-19 in England and Wales, with the warmest temps in the SE.

Friday - Wet in Scotland, with Temps 8-15c, 16-20 in Southern areas, with a mixture of sunny spells and cloud.

Saturday - Generally Bright over the UK, Temps 8-15c in Scotland, 16-18 in England and Wales.

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17 March 2005 – John Hammond

Outlook - A Spring weekend with warm sunshine, but Grey and Cool on Some Coasts.

Tonight - Generally cloudy tonight, and generally drizzly with a lot of mist and for W and SW areas, Temps 3-9 in Scotland, 10-12 in England And Wales.

Tomorrow - Damp with a lot of fog in Northern and western areas to start tomorrow, brighter in the Far SE. In the afternoon, it will brighten up generally inland, but it will remain cloudy, and misty and murky around some coasts, particularly those exposed to the S/SW wind, Temps 9-18c in Scotland, 12-21 in England and Wales, with temperatures largely dependent on the amount of sun in your locality.

Saturday and Sunday - Generally Bright over the UK, with Good Sunny Spells inland, however there will be murky conditions on some coasts exposed to the S/SW wind, prone areas include SW England and SW Wales, Temps 9-12 in Scotland, 17-21 inland in the South, 9-12c on murky coasts.

Monday - Frontal rain is set to push up form the SW.

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18 March 2005 – John Hammond

Outlook - A Spring weekend with warm sunshine, but Grey and cool on Some Coasts.

Tonight - Generally cloudy tonight, and generally drizzly with a lot of mist and fog Central areas.

Tomorrow - Damp with a lot of fog in Central areas to start tomorrow, brighter in the Far W. In the afternoon, it will brighten up generally inland, but it will remain cloudy, and misty and murky around some coasts, particularly those exposed to the SE wind. So it will be a much sunnier day in SW areas, but much cloudier over E coasts of England and Scotland. Temps 12-20 in England and Wales, 9-15 in Scotland, but 8-10 in E coastal areas.

Sunday - Generally Bright over the UK, with Good Sunny Spells inland, however there will be murky conditions on Eastern coasts of England and Scotland, Temps 8-12 in Scotland, 14-17 inland in the South, 9-10c on murky coasts.

Monday - Frontal rain is set to slowly push in form the West during the day, Temps 8-11c.

Tuesday - Slowly Brightening Up from the West.

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21 March 2005 – Helen Willetts

Today's Extremes - Guernsey 17c, Herne Bay 7hrs of Sun, N Ireland 30mm of rain

Tonight - Wet in the West overnight , drier elsewhere

Tomorrow - Damp and wet in many places to start, but drier in the West, Into the afternoon, it will become dry and bright in many places, but it will be showery in the SW with thundert showers possible, and misty and drizzly in the NE, Temps 10-16

Wednesday and Thursday - A mixture of sunshine and showers, again potentially thundery, Temps 14-46c.

Friday - Mainly Dry and Bright with good sunny spells, Temps 15-17c

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22 March 2005 – Helen Willetts

Tomorrow - In the morning Bright in E Scotland, with Showers in W Scotland, Generally Bright over England and Wales, but dull on the S Coast, with showers in SW Wales. Into the afternoon, the showers will push into N Wales, but it will generally but dry and bright but further showers will develop into N Ireland ahead of the rain band set to cross the UK on Thursday. Temps 11-15c in Scotland, 14-17 in England and Wales.

Thursday - A Band of rain will push from West to East and it will brighten up behind, Temps 10-17c.

Friday - Dry and Sunny or Bright Temps 10-13 in Scotland, 15-16 in England and Wales.

Saturday an Sunday - Generally Dry and bright but with more cloud around then Friday, but dull and misty and much colder on E Coasts, Temps 8-10 on E Coasts, 11-14 in Scotland, 15-16 in England and Wales.

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23 March 2005 – Helen Willetts

Tomorrow - A Band of rain in the East will clear in the morning and drier brighter weather already in the west to spread to cover all parts. However, showers will develop and many of these may be heavy and thundery, Temps 14-16c.

Friday - Probably the best day of the Bank Holiday weekend, most places will be dry and bright with good sunny spells, but a few places may catch a light shower, Temps 10-13c in scotland, 14-16c in England and Wales.

Saturday - The wind will turn to the East and this will being coastal fog, cloud and drizzle and reduce temps to 9-11c, elsewhere there should be good sunny spells, but the far SW of England may also be cloud, Temps 12-15c.

Sunday - The cloud in the East will spread to other Central areas, however western areas are still set to be mainly sunny temps 9-12c.

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I tell you what Jack.

They arent that far wrong, and consistancy is good.

Is this a turn for tv forecasting, or is it just the fact that no-one likes the winter from the METO :D

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24 March 2005 – Helen Young

Tonight - A band of heavy showery rain in N Wales and N Ireland will push into N England and S Scotland, and fade as it does so, mainly dry and cloudy elsewhere, Temps 5-9c in Scotland, 8-12c elsewhere.

Friday - After a grey misty start in places, it will turn into probably the best day of the Bank Holiday weekend as into the afternoon most places will be dry and bright with good sunny spells, but a few places may catch a light shower, Temps 10-13c in Scotland, 14-16c in England and Wales.

Saturday - The wind will turn to the East and this will being coastal fog, cloud and drizzle and reduce temps to 9-11c, elsewhere there should be good sunny spells, however a band of rain will try to push into SW England and possibly S Wales, Temps 9c on the E coast, 11-15c elsewhere.

Sunday - The cloud in the East will spread to other Central areas, however western areas are still set to be mainly sunny temps 8-9c in Scotland, 11-13 in England and Wales.

Monday - A Largely cloudy day, with rain into SW England, Temps 9-12c.

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25 March 2005 – Helen Young

Today's Extermes - 9.5 hrs of sun in Torquay, 19c in Belmullet (N Ireland)

Tomorrow - The wind will turn to the East and this will bring coastal fog, cloud and drizzle to the East coasts of England and Scotland, temps here 9-11c.

Elsewhere there should be good sunny spells, especially in SW England and SW Wales, however some rain may move into W Cornwall later, Temps 14-15c.

Sunday - Another day with an East West Split, much of the West of the UK will be sunny, with further coastal drizzle and low cloud over Eastern coastal areas, Temps 10-12c Generally.

Monday - Generally a cloudy day, with coastal murk remaining in the East, but more general cloud and rain will push up from the SW, Temps 11-13c.

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29 March 2005 – Helen Willetts

Today's Extremes - 35mm of rain in Exmouth , with many parts of the South having their first wet spell in 6 weeks.

Tonight - The heavy rain will continue overnight to affect SE Wales, the Midlands and Central S England. Parts of N Ireland and E Scotland will also see some rain tonight.

Tomorrow- The rain will push North and East to effect E Midlands, NW England and E Anglia, into the afternoon it will push N into NW England, and should dry up further South.

Drying up in SW Wales and SW England with some brighter spells but remaining dull and damp on E Coasts of England and Scotland. Some brightness is also possible in W Scotland, Temps 7-13c, cooler on the E Coast, milder in the West.

Thursday - Turning Drier and Brighter especially in the West, Temps 9-14c.

Friday - Rain for all.

Outlook - Turning milder for the weekend.

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30 March 2005 – Helen Willetts

Today's Extremes - 33mm of rain in Shrewsbury, however it has been a dry March in Southern areas, with only 50% of the normal rain, and 70% of rain over the Winter as a whole.

Tonight - The rain will continue in E Wales, and W Midlands but will slowly fade away, Fog may be a problem in many areas.

Tomorrow- Starting Cloudy in the East covering much of England and East Wales, but brighter in the West. Into the afternoon it will brighten up in many areas, with NE England having the brightest day fort a few days, TEmps 8-134c.

Friday - Cloud and Rain pushing in to effect most areas for a time, remaining bright in the SE.

Saturday - The Brightest day of the weekend, Temps up to 16c.

Sunday - Remaining dry brighter and warm in the South, Up to 16c, Rain and Colder in the North 9-10c.

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Tomorrow- Starting Cloudy in the East covering much of England and East Wales, but brighter in the West. Into the afternoon it will brighten up in many areas, with NE England having the brightest day fort a few days, TEmps 8-134c.

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Talking about covering all the bases, Oops :)

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31 March 2005 – Alex Deakin

Today's Extremes - Aviemore -1c Last Night and 9hrs of Sun, Culdrose 16c.

Tomorrow - Rain will push in from the West tomorrow and most places will either start wet or murky due to fog. Into the afternoon, it will brighten up in S Areas, however the far South coast of England may have some sea fog, and E Scotland is also likely to brighten up, Temps 12-15c.

Saturday - A Generally Bright day with good sunny spells especially in Southern England and Wales, however it is likely to be cloudy in N Scotland, Temps Up to 18c in SE England.

Sunday - Cloudy with Rain in N England and Scotland, Temps 9-13 c. Brighter in the South, but with some heavy showers then developing in man places, but heaviest in the West, Temps up to 16c.

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1 April 2005 – Alex Deakin

Tonight - Damp in Northern Ireland and Scotland, Drier and Clear elsewhere, however mist and fog may develop in places, Temps 4-7c.

Tomorrow - Damp in NW areas to start but mainly dry and bright elsewhere, but there may be a bit of mist in places, at least for a time. During the aternoon, it should be bright with good sunny spells but clouds may develop in N Scotland, Temps 15-17 Generally, 10-12 in N Scotland.

Sunday - A Band will push in from the W, bringing rain to W Scotland, NW England, and showers to Wales and W England, Eastern areas of England and Scotland, will remain dry and sunny, Temps 16-18c in the South, 9-14c in Scotland.

Monday - Turning cooler from the West, generally showery with some rain possible in the East for a time, Temps 8-13c.

Tuesday - Further showers, mainly in the West.

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4 April 2005 – Peter Gibbs

Summary - An Icy blast from the north is on the way, with Snow showers and a potentially damaging frost.

Tonight - Further showers tonight in the West, these wintry over the highest Scottish hills, Temps down to 3c inland in the South.

Tomorrow - Mainly Dry and bright to start with the odd shower in N Wales and NW England. Into the afternoon, more general cloud and patchy rain will move into Northern Ireland, W Wales, W Scotland, and the far West of England. Central areas will turn a little cloudier, but it will stay dry and bright in the Far East, Temps 7-11 in Scotland, 11-13 in England and Wales.

Wednesday - A Messy picture with a lot of fronts over the UK, In the North, it will be generally showery Temps 8-9c, while further South, it will dry up from the West after early rain in the East, Temps 10-13c.

Thursday - the winds will turn Northerly with the synoptic pattern showing troughs, Scotland will have wintry showers temps 5-8c.

England and Wales will have showers, Temps 10-12c.

Friday - Snow Showers for Scotland 2-6c, In England and Wales there will be wintry showers over windward coasts, Temps 7-8c.

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5 April 2005 – Peter Gibbs

Summary - Snow is possible towards the end of the week, especially on Northern hills, but just about possible anywhere.

Tonight - Heavy rain is set to push Across England, Wales, N Ireland and S Scotland, with Severe Gales possible on Windward Irish Sea Coasts, temps 3-4c in Scotland, 6-8 in England and Wales.

Tomorrow - Wet to start in Eastern areas, but drying up in the West, however showers will spread to all parts, blustery, with hail, and snow is possible on Northern Hills, temps 8-9c in Scotland, 11-12 in England and Wales.

Thursday - Another showery day, the showers of snow in Scotland, with Blizzards on the hills, and mainly of rain, with a little hail in England And Wales, Temps 5-7c, in Scotland, 7-12c In England and Wales.

Friday - Further wintry showers, with Snow possible anywhere, but more so in Scotland, Temps 3-5 in Scotland, 6-7 in England and Wales.

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6 April 2005 - Alex Deakin

Summary - There is set to be a short sharp reminder of winter with bitter winds, hail, sleet, snow and severe nightime frosts.

Tonight - Showers in many places, and these will band together to give heavy outbreaks in places, Sleet and Snow is possible over the highest ground, Temps 0-2 in Scotland, 4-6 in Engand and Wales.

Tomorrow - Further showers and sunny spells, the showers are liekly to start off wintry in Scotland and turn progressively to Snow, while in England and Wales, they will mainly be of rain, but hail and thunder is possible. Temps 4-7 in Scotland, 9-12 in England and Wales.

Friday - Further Wintry Showers with the showers of Snow in Scoltand and at times further South, Temps 4-5 in Scotland, 6-7 in England and Wales.

Weekend - Turning Milder Damp on Saturday, more brightness on Sunday, moreso in the East, Temps 8-12c Generally.

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7 April 2005 - Alex Deakin

Tonight - Showers in many places, and these turning increasingly to snow in all parts overnight, with a SEVERE WEATHER WARNING due to snow in Highland, Moray and Aberdeenshire, Temps -2 to 0c in Scotland, 1-4 further South.

Tomorrow - Starting showery with widespread wintry showers of hail, sleet and snow, With Snow showers in Scotland, During the afternoon, the wintry/snow showers will become confined to Scotland, E Coasts of England and W Wales, Temps 3-6 in Scotland, 6-8 in England and Wales.

Saturday - Cloudy and Damp in most parts and much milder, Temps 8-10 in Scotland, 10-12 over England and Wales.

Sunday - Cloudy in most places, but some brightness possible in the South and West, Temps 10-12 in Scotland, 14-15 over England and Wales.

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8 April 2005 - Helen Willetts

Tonight - Wintry showers starting to fade in the South, Dry in most other places, ICE a hazard in places, Temps -2 to 3c.

Tomorrow - Cloudy and Damp with rain, drizzle and hill snow in the North, Dry and bright in the South, the light rain in the North will push South to affect N Wales and the Midlands, clouding over in the South, but most parts staying dry. It may also brighten up later in N Ireland and NW Scoltnad, Temps 9-12c.

Sunday - Cloudy in Scotland, but brighter in the South, Temps 11-15 in Scotland, 14-18c over England and Wales.

Monday - Brighter in most places with only the far North of Scotland damp, Temps 10-16 in Scotland, 14-18c in England and Wales.

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9 April 2005 – Alex Deakin

Tomorrow- A Mainly Dry sunny day over much of England and Wales, much warmer than recently, Temps 13-15c.

In Scotland, there will be a split, E Scotland will be dry and bright, but it will be cloudy in W Scotland, Temps 9-15c.

Monday – A continuation of the warming up trend with more warm sunshine in England and Wales, Temps 16-18. In Scotland, Most places bright, but a little drizzle is again possible for the far NW Temps 9-15c.

Outlook – Cooling down with more showers.

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11 April 2005 – Alex Deakin, BBC News 24 8Pm

Tonight – A band of rain will push over the UK from the NW reaching the SE by morning.

Tomorrow - It will be damp in South Wales and Southern England for much of the day, with the potential of heavier rain pushing into the SW later, however it may brighten up in East Anglia later. North Wales and Northern England will have a mainly dry day with good sunny spells. Scotland, and Northern Ireland will have showers, with some heavy falling as hail and as snow over higher hills in Scotland, Temps 8-11 in Scotland, 12-14 in England and Wales.

Tomorrow Night – A band of rain will push into SW England and Wales and push across Southern England and to SE England by morning.

Wednesday – Generally Damp in the SE, Showery elsewhere, with snow again possible on Northern hills, with good sunny spells also possible. Temps 8-10c in Scotland 12-13 in England and Wales.

Thursday – Further Sunshine and showers, with hail and thunder possible and snow in Scottish hills, Temps 8-11 in Scotland, 11-12 in England and Wales.

Friday – Cloudy in the North, Sunnier in the South, warming up too, with temps up to 14c.

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