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1 December 2005 by Darren Bett 7pm (News 24) :)

Summary - Milder Wet and Windy

This evening there will be a band of rain over Central areas of Scotland and England, to both the east and west of this band, there will tend to be drier but still cloudy weather.

During the night, more rain will also push into S Wales and SW England, Central parts should stay wet, but Eastern parts of England, W Scotland and N Ireland should stay dry, Temps 0-8c in Scotland, 1c in N Ireland, 5-8c over England and Wales. Winds are likely to be generally fresh to strong.

Tomorrow - A Flood Risk tomorrow morning in Southern coastal pars of England caused by a high tide and strong Southerly onshore winds.

The main rain band will have pushed north to effect N Ireland, and S Scotland by morning with Southern parts of England and Wales having a mixture of sunny intervals and heavy showers, with thunder possible. It will tend to be drier in northern England and Wales with a lot of cloud and only brief sunny intervals.

The rain will continue for N Ireland and much of Central and Southern Scotland, with perhaps Northern Scotland remaining drier. The showers over Southern England and Wales will tend to become more frequent and heavy during the afternoon. Temps 7-8c over Scotland, 8 in N Ireland, 7-10c over England and Wales

Weekend - Low Pressure continuing to stay over the UK, with generally unsettled conditions, there will be showers for many places, heavy at times, and some places will have sunny intervals, Temps 7-10c over England and Wales, 6-8c over Scotland and N Ireland.

Temps 8-9c over Scotland, 9c in N Ireland, 8-10c over England and Wales.

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2 December 2005 by Darren Bett 7pm (News 24) :D

Generally wet this evening with some showery rain over much of the UK, , with more persistent rain in Southern areas, Strong winds reaching 80mph in coastal Southern England, closer to 60mph inland, Temps 4-6c in Scotland, 3c in N Ireland, 6-7c over England and Wales.

Tomorrow - Rain in E Scotland, NE England and running into Southern parts of NW England, drier into the Midlands and much of Southern England, although a few showers are possible in SW England and Southern costal parts, showers or more persistent rain is possible in Wales. For Northern Ireland, W Scotland, and the far NW of England, some dry bright weather is expected.

For the afternoon, the persistent rain will continue over NE England and E Scotland, other parts will have a mixture of showers especially over western areas, drier in Southern eastern parts, Temps 7-9c over Scotland, 8 in N Ireland, 8-11c over England and Wales

Sunday - Lighter winds than over Saturday, but remaining showery in many parts, with perhaps, more general rain continuing for E Scotland and NE England, Temps 6-9 in Scotland, 8c in N Ireland, 8-10 over England and Wales.

Monday and Tuesday – Continuing with a mixture of sunshine and showers in many parts, but with perhaps more persistent rain for E Scotland, Temps cooling down 7-9c in England and Wales, 6-8 over Scotland.

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6 December 2005 by Dan Corbett 7pm (News 24) :whistling:

Frost in many parts overnight, with fog also a problem in many spots especially over Eastern areas of England, Scotland and N Ireland, although more cloud in western areas later will raise temps and lower the chance of frost, Temps down to -4c inland., above freezing later in western areas.

Tomorrow - Rain will push into Western England, Wales, N Ireland and W Scotland during the morning, with the mist and fog in central areas lifting to cloud, with perhaps a few brighter spells possible in the far East of England and Scotland.

For the afternoon, the rain in the far west will turn showery, with rain pushing East into Central areas, and cloud more generally in Eastern parts of England and Scotland for the afternoon, Temps 5-6 in Scotland, 7 in N Ireland, 6-9 over England and Wales.

Thursday - A cloudy day over much of the UK, with some damp weather possible for the SE, Temps 5-9 generally.

Friday - Unsettled with some rain in the North, drier but still generally cloudy in southern parts, Temps 8-12c.

Saturday - Another dull cloudy day but mainly dry with only a few brighter spells, but generally more settled as high pressure takes over, Temps 9-12c.

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7 December 2005 by Kirsty McCabe 9.30pm (News 24) :(

Summary - Overnight rain

Tonight - A Bain of rain will push East to effect much of the Central areas of the UK, with the Far NE of Scotland, and the far SW remaining dry, the rain will tend to fizzle out in most areas, although it may well remain wet in the SE of England, Temps 2-5c in Scotland, 4c in N Ireland, 2-7c over England and Wales, with a frost possible later in Scotland and N England.

Tomorrow - Clear in E Scotland, NE England into E Anglia tomorrow, damp in SE England and Wales, with drier cloudier weather over the rest of Southern England and much of NW England. For the afternoon, the cloud will tend to lift giving brighter weather for much of Scotland, Wales and N England, perhaps remaining a little damp and grey in the SE, More cloud pushing into N Ireland later, Temps 4-9c in Scotland, 7c in N Ireland, 5-9c over England and Wales.

More Rain will push into N Ireland and W Scotland tomorrow night, dry but cloudy elsewhere.

Friday (Summary) – Cloudy with Rain over Scotland, Wales and N England, Temps 9-12c, Damp and cool in the South East with cloud and possibly fog inland lasting all day.

Saturday (Summary) – Cloudy, Dry and Mild Generally 7-12c.

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8 December 2005 by Daniel Corbett 7pm (News 24) :)

Tonight - It will end to be a rather cloud night for many parts of the west, ahead of tomorrow's front, Central and Eastern areas will have a mixture of clear spells and fog, There will be Dense Fog patches for many inland areas of both England and Scotland. Temps 0-7 in Scotland, 5 in N Ireland, 0-4 in England and Wales.

Tomorrow - Starting cloudy over SW England, much of Wales, with rain also for N Ireland and W Scotland. There will be sunny spells for SE Scotland, and the far NW of England, with fog affecting the rest of N England, the Midlands, and much of southern England and SE Wales.

For the afternoon, rain will tend to push into N Ireland and Scotland, with the fog in Central and Southern parts clearing in most spots, but some parts of Southern England may stay foggy all day. Much of Southern Britain will be dry and cloudy though, with some sunshine in SE England, Temps 9-11c over Scotland, 12c in N Ireland, 6-9c over England and Wales, with the warmest weather in the NW due to warmer SW winds from the Atlantic.

Saturday - High Pressure over the UK will give cloudy but dry weather with only the odd brighter spell, Temps 10-12c in Scotland, 11c in N Ireland, 6-10c over England and Wales.

Sunday - Similar to Saturday, perhaps a little rain in N Scotland, and a few brighter spells generally Temps 10-11c in Scotland, 11c in N Ireland, 7-9c over England and Wales.

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9 December 2005 by John Hammond 8Pm (News 24) :wallbash:

Tomorrow - Most places will have a rather cloudy day, but dry, Some sunny intervals will develop especially in the afternoon, Favoured locations include the Far NE of Scotland, S England, with SE England in particular, and possibly SE Wales, and N Ireland later, Temps 11-13c over Scotland, 12c in N Ireland, 7-11c over England and Wales with the coolest weather reserved for the SE.

Tomorrow Night - Cloudy over much of the UK, but clear in the far South of England, with temps close to freezing and a frost possible, temps well above freezing elsewhere (7-10c generally).

Sunday (Summary) -Cloudy over much of the UK, with rain in the far North of Scotland, a few sunny intervals may just about be possible in Southern England, Temps around 11-12c.

Monday - Brighter in the North, with cloudy weather over much of the Southern half of the UK, Temps 8-9c over Scotland, 8c in N Ireland, 8-10c over England and Wales.

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12 December 2005 by John Hammond 9pm (News 24) :closedeyes:

Summary - Frosty Night

Tonight - Clear over many spots leading to a frost over N Ireland, S Scotland, much of Wales N England and SW England, with more cloud in N Scotland and SE England preventing a frost, Temps -3c inland in the South, 3c in SE England, 6-7 in N Scotland, Fog will also develop widely tonight.

Tomorrow - A cold and frosty start to many parts of England and Wales tomorrow, with fog again in inland parts, this clearing generally but it may linger in prone spots. Cloudy in Scotland with a little rain, with fog quickly clearing in N Ireland.

For the Afternoon, A sunny day over much of Southern UK, with more cloud pushing into Northern areas of England, and fog perhaps lingering around the Merseyside/ Manchester area. Scotland and N Ireland will be rather cloudy with some rain possible, Temps 8-10c over Scotland, 8c in N Ireland, 6-8c over England and Wales, but closer to 2-4c where the fog lingers all day.

Wednesday - A Dull day, mainly dry, Temps 8-9c.

Thursday -Another cloudy day with rain in Scotland.

Outlook - Cloud and Rain with a cold front bringing a Arctic blast over the UK with Snow in Scotland by the end of the week.

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15 December 2005 by Peter Gibbs 7pm(News 24) :)

Summary - Turning Colder

Tonight - Cloudy in most spots, Damp in the NW with some drizzle this spreading to other Western parts later, Temps 0-3c in Scotland, 5c in N Ireland, 7-9c over England and Wales.

Tomorrow Morning- It will start showery down the Eastern seaboard of the UK, with some showers likely in Scotland, It will tend to be cloudy and dry in Southern England, with a little dampness possible for both SW England and much of Wales. Northern Ireland will also tend to be rather damp, with some drier weather likely for much of inland N England and Scotland.

Afternoon - It will tend to turn drier over many parts of Northern England and much of Scotland, but with showers continuing in Eastern parts of both England and Scotland, with snow again likely for Scotland, and possibly later in England. It will brighten up in southern parts later, but with more cloudy damp weather likely to persist over much of Wales and SW England, Temps 1-4c in Scotland, 7c in N Ireland, 6-11 over England and Wales.

Tomorrow Night - Will see a clear night over much of the UK, but with wintry showers continuing in Eastern districts, inland there will be a sharp frost with temps of –1c to –4c in Scotland, 0 in N Ireland, -1c to +3c in England and Wales, with the SW always remaining milder.

Saturday - Showers continuing over Western and Eastern coasts, with some sleet and snow possible especially in Eastern areas with a lot of dry sunny weather down the spine of both England and Scotland, and for much of E Wales, Temps 2-4c in Scotland, 5 in N Ireland, 4-9 over England and Wales. Remaining milder in the far SW.

Sunday - Turning milder with rain from the West, Temps 6-9c over Scotland, 8 in N Ireland, 1-7 over England and Wales.

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16 December 2005 by Alex Deakin 9pm(News 24) :)

Summary - Turning Colder

Tonight - BLIZZARDS over parts of N and E Scotland, with 10cm of lying snow possible in places by morning. There will be sleet and snow shwoers down the Eastern side of the England, but dry over much of the UK, with possibly a little more rain in the far SW, and cloud over Wales, Temps –4c to 0c in Scotland, 1c in N Ireland, 0 to 2 over England and Wales.

Tomorrow - Much of the Central parts of England and Scotland will have a cold dry sunny day, there will be frequent showers over Eastern coastal districts of England and Scotland with sleet and snow likely in most spots, It will tend to be rather cloudy over western areas at times, with some showers here. Temps 2-3c in Scotland, 3 in N Ireland, 4-7 over England and Wales, with the mildest weather reserved for the far SW.

Sunday - Rain will move in NW parts on Sunday with some milder weather, cloud will tend to advance into E Scotland, Wales and Western England during the day, but staying mainly dry, while it should stay cold in and dry in SE parts for much of the day, Temps 4-10c in Scotland, 7 in N Ireland, 5-8 over England and Wales.

Outlook - The start of next week looks rather dry with god sunny intervals, temps 6-10c

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19 December 2005 by Helen Willetts 9pm(News 24) :D

Summary - Frost and Fog

Tonight - Northern Ireland, Western Scotland and much of Wales will see a good deal of cloud, with some dampness for NW Scotland. Much of Southern and Eastern England will be rather clear leading to an overnight frost and fog developing. Temps 2c to 7c in Scotland, 4c in N Ireland, 0 to 4c over England and Wales.

Tomorrow - A Rather cloudy day for much of Scotland, N Ireland and Wales, with dome rain again for W Scotland, drier elsewhere.

Starting foggy in many parts of Southern England this should lift in most spots, to leave a mixture of sunshine and cloudier spells, but the fog will linger in prone spots, Temps 7-11c in Scotland, 9c in N Ireland, 5-8 over England and Wales, cooler where the fog lingers.

Wednesday - High Pressure over Southern parts of the UK, keeping the weather settled here, with some sunshine in the morning, perhaps more cloud later. Fronts from the Atlantic blown in on a SW wind will push into Northern areas, giving heavy rain in Scotland during the morning, before this clears away later, leaving drier weather in the afternoon. Temps 7-9c.

Thursday - A Rather cloudy day, with perhaps some rain in N Scotland at times, Temps 6-9c.

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20 December 2005 by Helen Willetts 8Pm(News 24) :)

Christmas Day - Hanging in the balance, with a white Christmas not that likely.

Summary - Dry Night

Tonight - Damps over parts of S Wales and over the far South coast of England, but much of Southern England will end to be dry and cloudy, There will also be some damp weather over NW England and N Wales and some rain will push into N Ireland and W Scotland, but most other spots of northern UK will be dry but rather cloudy. Temps 7c to 9c in Scotland and N Ireland, -1 to -2c over some southern parts of England.

Tomorrow - The rain in Northern areas will tend to push south to reach Mid Wales and into the midlands with drier brighter weather for much of N Ireland and Scotland with some long sunny spells possible. It well tend to be dry over the southern half of the UK, with a lot of cloud generally, Temps 8 in Scotland and N Ireland, 7-9,over England and Wales.

Thursday - Rain in the North, Dry elsewhere but rather cloudy, Temps 6-9 in Scotland, 7 in N Ireland, 6-8 over England and Wales.

Friday - Temps around 8c with rain pushing South.

Weekend - HP over the UK, with a northerly wind developing.

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21 December 2005 by Louise Lear 7pm(News 24) :D

Tonight - Rain tonight over W Scotland and NW England with some damp weather also likely for other western areas, generally drier in Eastern parts Temps 1-4c over Scotland, 1c in N Ireland, 1-7c over England and Wales.

Tomorrow - Rain for Scotland and N Ireland for much of the day, with this possible edging into Northern parts of England later, especially in the NW, It will start wet in E Scotland, but possibly turning a little drier later. Temps 7-11c.

Damp to start in Western parts of Wales and SW England, but generally dry over the Midlands and much of Southern England. Into the afternoon, it will tend to dry up with brighter sunny interludes developing for parts of Southern England, Temps 8-10c.

Friday - Generally cloudy in Northern areas, it will tend to be brighter in the South, Temps 7-10c.

Saturday- A mixture of sunny spells and cloudier interludes, with mainly dry weather, Temps 5-7c over Scotland, 7c in N Ireland, 8-10c over England and Wales.

Christmas Day - Mainly dry with god sunny spells, Temps 3-8c in Scotland, 6 in N Ireland, 5-9c over England and Wales.

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    Sorry it's delayed but went out to see a rugby match this evening, big mistake. :(

    22 December 2005 by Peter Gibbs 7pm(News 24) :(

    Tonight - A Generally cloud night over much of the UK, and mild with no frost anywhere, Temps 6-9 in Scotland, 7c in N Ireland, 5-7c over England and Wales.

    Tomorrow - Rain for SW Scotland, N Ireland and the Lake District, generally cloudy but dry over SW England and Wales, but some brighter spells may well be possible over Eastern parts of both England and Scotland.

    For the afternoon, Rain continuing for N Ireland, the far NW of England, drier in Western Scotland but rather cloudy. Other parts of the UK will have a mixture of cloudy spells and brighter interludes at times with the best of the sunshine of Eastern parts of both England and Scotland, Temps 9-11c

    Saturday- Generally cloudy with a few brighter spells over N Ireland and S Scotland, Temps around 8c.

    Christmas Day - Generally Sunny, Temps between 4-8c.

    Boxing Day - Sunny in most spots, with a few snow showers in the East, Temps 5-8c in Scotland, 6 in N Ireland, 4-5 in England and Wales.

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    3 January 2006 by John Hammond 7pm(News 24) :D

    Tonight - A Generally cloudy night over southern parts of the UK, with some drizzle possible, much drier and clearer in the North, with some frost possible.

    Tomorrow - Much of Southern England and Wales will have a rather cloudy day with some mist and drizzle in the SE of England; there may be a few brighter spells in the far W and NW of Wales, Temps 6-8c.

    N Ireland and W Scotland will tend to cloud over after a brighter start, but apart from this much of Northern Britain will tend to have a sunny or bright and dry day, Temps 4-7c with light Easterly winds in most spots.

    A Wintry end to the week is then likely with winds from Russia, and some snow is possible, although not as much as over the Christmas Period.

    Thursday – Rather cloudy over much of the UK, Temps 4-7c.

    Friday – Cloudy with some snow flurries developing, with a dusting possible in some Eastern areas, Temps 2-6c in Scotland, 3-4c over England and Wales with some inland areas struggling to get above freezing all day. The best of any brightness will tend to be in Sheltered Western parts.

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    4 January 2006 by John Hammond 7pm(News 24) :lol:

    Summary - Cold, with a dusting of snow possible

    Tonight - Foggy tonight in the Central Belt of Scotland, with clear spells in Western and North Western parts, more cloud generally in the E and SE, with a few light snow flurries giving a dusting of snow in a few spots, -2c to +4c in Scotland, 4c in N Ireland, 0-1c in England an Wales.

    Tomorrow - Generally cloudy over much of the Eastern half of the UK with a few drizzly outbreaks or a few snow flakes possible, a dusting of snow is possible on some hills with the Pennines, the Cotswolds and the Chilterns mentioned. Light snow is possible though over much of the UK, with Sunny spells more likely in Northern Cornwall, SW Wales and N Ireland, Temps 2-3c over England and Wales, 3-7c in Scotland, 5c in N Ireland.

    Tomorrow Night - Again rather cloudy with a few light snow flurries, temps between -2 and +3c.

    Friday - Sleet and Snow flurries in many areas, again possibly a little more brightness in Western parts, Temps 2-3c

    Saturday - Similar to Friday, but possibly the showers more sleety, Temps 2-5c.

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    5 January 2006 by Darren Bett 7pm(News 24) :cold:

    Summary - Cold and Cloudy

    Tonight - Cloudy over much of the UK, with the best of any clear spells in Western and NW areas, where some frost is possible in clearer spells. There will be some sleet and snow flurries overnight, with a covering possible over higher ground -1c to +4c in Scotland, 0c in N Ireland, 0-1c in England and Wales, but possibly down to -1 or -2 in western parts.

    Tomorrow - Tomorrow will see another rather cloudy day, with the best of the brightens in areas sheltered form the E/SE wind, so West Wales, parts of N Ireland, W Scotland, and NW England may have some brighter spells.

    Continuing dull in many Eastern and Central areas with some sleet and snow flurries giving a dusting of over some hills. Temps 3-4c over England and Wales, 3-6c in Scotland, 3c in N Ireland.

    Saturday - Another rather cloudy day with slightly less cold temps with a greater chance of snow for the Midlands and possibly East Wales, Temps 3-6c Generally.

    Turning milder on Monday with rain pushing in form the west possibly preceded by a little sleet or snow.

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    6 January 2006 by Darren Bett 7pm(News 24) :lol:

    Summary - Cold and Grey for weekend

    Tonight - Cloudy over much of the UK, with the best of any clear spells in Western and NW areas, there are set to be showers in Eastern England and Scotland, and in particular SE England, the showers are likely to be wintry with any combination of rain and snow possible. Temps -1c to +4c in Scotland, 0c in N Ireland, 0-1c in England and Wales.

    Tomorrow morning-There will be some showers tomorrow in Eastern parts of England and Scotland and into Cornwall, with more general showery outbreaks possible over SE England, The precipitation will again be a wintry mix. NW England, Wales, SW England, the Midlands, N Ireland and W Scotland will tend to be dry with brighter intervals possible over NW parts.

    Tomorrow afternoon- Mainly cloudy but dry in most places, again the best of the brightness the further North and West you go, with NW England, NW Wales, W Scotland and N Ireland the most favoured spots. A more general band of light rain sleet and snow will move West form SE England into the Midlands and possibly into Wales giving some light accumulation of snow over the higher ground, Temps 2-4c over England and Wales, 3-6c in Scotland, 3c in N Ireland.

    Sunday - Another cloudy day with some brightness in Western parts. A more general band of rain sleet and snow will push West on Sunday, and with some heavy bursts giving a decent covering is possible on some hills in Southern England and South Wales, with the Cotswolds in particular mentioned, Temps 3c to 6c in Scotland, 4c in N Ireland, 3-4c in England and Wales.

    Next Week - Turning milder from the West with rain and Strong winds, there is a possibility of some snow on the leading edge especially in Northern areas. Temps rising up to 8-10c.

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    11 January 2006 by Helen Willetts 8Pm(News 24) :whistling:

    Summary - Midweek Frost

    Tonight - There will a clear night over much of the UK with some frost over South Eastern parts, it will tend to be dry elsewhere, but cloud and increasing winds will increase temps in other areas. Temps 0-2c in the SE, 4-6c elsewhere.

    Tomorrow - It will start wet over N Ireland and W Scotland as another rain band pushes in from the Atlantic, and this rain is set to linger for much of the day.

    Eastern Scotland will be cloudy but dry with cloud over NW England, some brighter spells in NE England. Much of Southern England and East Wales will tend to have sunny intervals, although it may turn a little cloudier in western parts of Wales, later while SE England may remain rather cloudy for much of the day, Temps 7-10c.

    Friday – The rain band is set to remain over N Ireland and W Scotland, and with 36 hours of continuous rain and 60-70mm possible, there is a risk of localised flooding.

    It will stay dry over England and Wales although again rather cloudy.

    Saturday – the rain will finally push over to Eastern parts, with drier weather expected over Western England and Wales, Temps 7-10c.

    Sunday – another unsettled day as more rain pushes in from the West.

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    12 January 2006 by Dan Corbett 7pm(News 24) :)

    Summary - Heavy Rain and Gales for North West Scotland tonight

    Tonight - This evening, the rain band will have pushed into W Scotland, and N Ireland, much of the UK will be dry but rather cloudy in most spots, Temps 5-8c over Scotland, 9c in N Ireland, 3-8c over England and Wales.

    Tomorrow Morning - Cloudy but dry start to the day for SE England, the Midlands, NE England, E Scotland, East Wales and much of S England. The rain will continue to effect W Scotland and N Ireland will also begin to effect West Wales and the Far SW of Cornwall.

    During the day the rain will slowly push east so that E Scotland, NW England, Wales and SW England will be wet, it will remain dry over much of Eastern England, and it will turn showery later in the day showery with some brighter spells into W Scotland and N Ireland later in the afternoon, Temps 8-9c in Scotland, 6-9c over N England and Wales, 10c in N Ireland.

    Saturday - The rain will band will have continued to have pushed east with the ran now effecting SE England but the front will only give patchy rain by now, more cloud in N Ireland and W Scotland ahead of the next front for Sunday, with a sunny window of weather for much of Wales, W England running into E Scotland, Temps 6-9c generally.

    Sunday - The next frontal system will push in from the west during the day, with Eastern parts staying dry, but further heavy rain for Western areas. Temps 6-10c.

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    13 January 2006 by Alex Deakin 8Pm(News 24) :closedeyes:

    Warning- A SEVERE WEATHER WARNING is in place for parts of Wales tonight for some very heavy rain.

    Tonight - Much of Wales will see the rain but the heaviest will be reserved for Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire with SW England, NW England, N Ireland and SW Scotland will also have heavy bursts of rain with most central and eastern parts of England and Scotland staying dry but most places cloudy.

    By the end of the night the rain will clear N Ireland and W Scotland and push into E Scotland and NE England, with rain continuing for much of Wales and SW England.

    There will be clear spells later in W Scotland and N Ireland and some ICY stretches are possible temps here will be close to freezing, milder elsewhere 4-8c over England and Wales, 3c in E Scotland.

    Tomorrow - The rain will continue to push East and by lunchtime will have cleared Scotland, West Wales and SW England with some good sunny spells here along with N Ireland.

    The rain will continue for East Wales, the Midlands, Central parts of England running into NE England, remaining dry in the far SE but rather cloudy here.

    Turning drier in most parts later with the rain slowly reaching SE England by evening, turning drier and clearer behind, although there will be more cloud in the far west ahead of the next front. Temps 5-7c over Scotland, 7 over N Ireland, 7-10c over England and Wales

    Sunday – Rain pushing into Western areas during the morning, drier and cloudy in the East. The rain will steadily push East during the day reaching Central areas by late afternoon, Temps 7-10c

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    16 January 2006 by Susan Powell 7pm(News 24)

    Summary – Rain spreading East

    Tonight – A Band of rain will spread over Southern parts of the UK tonight, effecting SW areas to start before pushing East and clearing away later. Drier generally in the North, and especially in the NE with clear spells, Turning damp and drizzly in SW parts later, Temps –1 to 2 in Scotland, 3 in N Ireland, 3-6 in England and Wales.

    Tomorrow – Continuing Damp over SW parts in the morning, a mixture of sunny intervals and showers in Northern Ireland, there will also be showers in NW Scotland wintry over the hills, Sunny weather is expected for NE England , while SE parts will be cloudy and dry .

    For the afternoon, turning drier in SW parts, brighter spells over Eastern parts of England and Scotland, with showers continuing over much of Western Scotland with some rain in N Ireland later, Temps 4-6 in Scotland, 7 in N Ireland, 7-10 over England and Wales.

    Wednesday and Thursday – Similar weather for both days, there is set to be a weather front giving rain to N Ireland and W Scotland, which is set to become stuck with rain likely for some time, Drier in most other places but rather cloud everywhere, Temps on the mild side, 8-11 on Wednesday, rising to 10-12 on Thursday.

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    17 January 2006 by Isobel Lang 8Pm(News 24)

    Summary – Mild and Cloudy

    Tonight – Damp in many western parts of the UK, with coastal drizzle and fog, and mild with temps up to 11c in the SW, Drier generally in the East but with cooler temps down to 3c in E England, and possibly –3c in NE Scotland leading to some ICY patches.

    Tomorrow – Continuing Damp over W parts in the morning, with drizzle, mist and fog, it will be drier in Eastern spots but most places will rather cloudy.

    For the afternoon, more general but light rain for N Ireland, W Scotland, NW England and NW Wales, drier in many eastern spots with a few brighter interludes in some sheltered spots of southern and SE England, it will however remain rather damp over SW Wales and SE England, with murky conditions, Temps 8-10c over Scotland, 12c over N Ireland, 10-12c over England and Wales.

    Thursday – Frontal rain over parts of Scotland, most other places will be dry with some sunny intervals in NE England, but it may be another dreary day over parts of Wales and SW England, Temps 10-12c.

    Friday – A band of rain will sweep west to east across the UK, giving some brighter weather to western areas later, Temps 7-9c.

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    18 January 2006 by Dan Corbett 7pm(News 24)

    Summary – Cloudy and Mild

    Tonight – Rain in N Ireland, W Scotland, heavy at times with a severe weather warning in place for W Scotland for potential flooding.

    Parts of E Scotland and SW England, and West Wales will tend to be damp but the rest of the UK should be cloudy and dry.

    Numbers 7-10 over Scotland, 11 in N Ireland, 5-10c over England and Wales.

    Tomorrow – Rain continuing for much of the day in W Scotland and N Ireland, although in the afternoon, it may become a little drier in Southern parts of N Ireland and in SW Scotland. Rather damp to start the day in other spots, although with the exception of SW Wales, and SW England, it where this damp weather will continue, most spots will have a drier afternoon, with the odd brighter spell in SE England. Numbers 11-13c, so mild generally.

    Friday - The rain will sweep across the UK (NW to SE) and will clear to give brighter weather to western areas, with wintry showers for NW Scotland later, Numbers 6-8 in Scotland, 7 in N Ireland, 9-10 over England and Wales.

    Saturday - Dry and bright in most spots, as a ridge of High Pressure settles over the UK, Temps 7-10c.

    Sunday - High Pressure over the UK, dry in most spots with good sunny spells, damp in the North West, Numbers 9-10c in Scotland, in N Ireland, 4-8 over England and Wales.

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    19 January 2006 by Darren Bett 7pm(News 24)

    Summary – Wet and Windy

    Tonight – Cloudy with rain over NW parts early his evening, dry but cloudy elsewhere, By early morning (5am), the front will have pushed into SW England Wales, the Midlands running into NE England and SE Scotland, with drier but showery weather following on behind to W Scotland and N Ireland, with the showers in Scotland, wintry over the higher ground, Remaining dry for a time in SE England,

    Temps 4-5 over Scotland, 4 in N Ireland, 6-9c over England and Wales.

    Tomorrow – The rain will continue to push SE and there will be a wet start in SE England, although this will push away by mid morning and SE England will later see the rather sunny day set for much of England and Wales.

    There will be showers for much of the day for W Scotland, N Ireland and some parts of NW England, with many of the showers wintry in NW Scotland on higher ground, Temps 7-8 over Scotland, 7 in N Ireland, 7-10 over England and Wales.

    Saturday - Southern Areas, 6-7c Sunny Intervals/Cloud Northern Areas 7-8c Cloud/Rain

    Sunday - Sunny Intervals,/Sun over much of the UK, Temps 6-9c.

    Monday - Mainly Sunny Temps 6-9c.

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