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Official UK Met Office account for weather, climate, news & jobs. Any questions? Just ask! Here 24/7/365 Stay #WeatherAware follow @metofficeUK for warnings. ?️

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There are #sunny  spells and a few #showers  for most today 🌦️ but we can see that a band of #rain  is waiting in the wings to the west of Northern Ireland 🌧️🌧️🌧️

Often heavy #rain  will clear eastwards on Wednesday ☔️ and it will be accompanied by strong winds 🌬️ #Sunny  spells will develop but #showers  will then arrive in the west 🌦️ #4Cast 

While it has been a #cloudy  and grey start to the day for much of the UK ☁️☁️ there are some #sunny  spells out there 🌤️

Since 1979, #Arctic  sea ice minimum extent has declined on average by ~87000 km² per year. @neilrkaye  @metoffice  #climate  data scientist & #dataviz  expert shows the yearly decline of Arctic sea ice mapped over Europe to give a sense of scale. Watch Weather Studio Live today 1pm..

There will be some scattered #showers  for this evening's commute 🚌🚴‍♂️🌂 #Rain  will arrive in the far west by the end of the rush hour too 💦

The cold front bringing tonight's #rain  is connected to a deep area of low pressure that will bring unsettled conditions for the end of the week 🌬️☔️⛈️

After a damp start the sun came out for many. Here are the #weather  UK extremes for Tuesday 🌧️☀️

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Retweet this tweet before 4pm Friday to win one of six Latte mugs T&Cs: #yourweather 

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Breaking news ❗ We have broken our maximum July temperature record Was 36.7 °C Now 36.9 °C at Heathrow, London We may still break the all-time UK record of 38.5 °C Follow @phe  @age_uk  for advice on actions to take during the hot weather #heatwave  #UKHottestJulyDay 

Happy Halloween! Here's your spooky headless forecast for today & trick or treating tonight #Halloween  🎃👻🧙‍♀️

#Ophelia has drawn Saharan dust north to the UK, making the sun appear red this morning. Photo credit: Kelly Norris

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Severe weather warnings for #snow , #ice  & #wind  have been issued. Stay #weatheraware  at

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Here's a look at global temperature from 1861 to 2018. Note how temperature varies and then rapidly accelerates at the end ↗️. Find out more about what a rise of 1.5°C might mean to the planet here #IPCC  #climatechange 

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