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Scratchbox - August 20, 2018
Issued: 14:01hrs Sunday 19th August 2018

Garry: Humid and mostly cloudy this afternoon. Patchy rain or drizzle northern England & Scotland. Wind tending to ease.

Issued: 09:18hrs Sunday 19th August 2018

Garry: Overnight heavy rain is fading to patchy rain or drizzle, but it stays murky and damp for northern England & southern Scotland. Southern Britain stays largely dry, fairly cloudy and feeling humid today.

Issued: 12:11hrs Saturday 18th August 2018

Garry: Breezy, with drizzly rain in western areas, and some heavier rain in W/SW Scotland. Local glimmers of sun, but a lot of cloud cover UK-wide.

Issued: 08:59hrs Saturday 18th August 2018

Garry: Cloudy skies for many. Patchy rain or drizzle in the west, most persistent western Scotland. Some sun toward the east.

Issued: 13:33hrs Friday 17th August 2018

Garry: Hazy sun best in south & south-east England, otherwise a lot of cloud, and outbreaks of rain or drizzle toward the west, becoming wetter this afternoon and evening in most western areas.

Issued: 08:16hrs Friday 17th August 2018

Garry: Rain across Ireland and western Scotland this morning will move further into western fringes of Britain. Central, south & eastern regions stay largely dry today, with some sun.

Issued: 16:21hrs Thursday 16th August 2018

David: Narrow band of heavy rain just hanging on to East Kent / Sussex. Dry and brighter across most southern and central parts of England and Wales now but showers, some heavy continuing to pepper Ireland, Scotland and Northern England,

Issued: 11:21hrs Thursday 16th August 2018

David: Rain working its way across the south and east. Brightening to the north and west but with a rash of showers for Scotland, Northwest England and Ireland.

Issued: 07:47hrs Thursday 16th August 2018

David: Band of rain South Yorkshire, Midlands to the Southwest, moving into the southeast. Brighter weather following from the northwest but with showers for northern and western areas.