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Good evening. Well, still a few days to go before the end of the
year, but it has already been confirmed that in England 2012 will
go down as the wettest year ever recorded, records going back more
than 100 years, and we are not out of the woods yet. In the north and
west tonight, gusts up to 85 or 90 mph, the potential to damage
structures from that, but that is only half the story because we have
got heavy rain piling into the West of England and Wales. The wins are
from the south-west, keeping things relatively wild, but that is little
consolation, because across the south and west it is thoroughly wet
overnight and into the morning. We could see a good inch of rain or in
places, whether warnings in force. Make the most of the dry start
across the south-east and East Anglia, because it will not last.
You can see the rain piling into the north-west of England, some
spilling into the north-east, son - - southern and central parts of
Scotland seemed pretty wet weather through the morning. Blustery
showers affecting Western Scotland those may clip the north coast of
Northern Ireland. Towards Belfast, much drier than elsewhere. In Wales,
a miserable start, heavy rain and a really strong squally winds, and
those squally winds will creep ever eastwards, so it would turn into a
miserable afternoon across central and eastern parts of England.
Further west, gradually brightening up, a little bit of sunshine but
some blustery showers getting going, and temperatures in North dipping
down a couple of degrees on today's values. Into the evening, showers
widespread across western parts of the UK, but in Scotland the showers
will turn to snow quite readily over the hills, so some fairly
significant snowfall as we look towards dawn on Sunday. For central
and eastern areas, a better day of it, I suspect, largely dry and
bright, but more wind and rain lurking in Northern Ireland to
spread across most other parts as we get into the latter stages of
Sunday. Monday's New Year's Eve, more rain in the forecast, the rain
in Scotland should clear later in the day, but for the south-east it