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THE WEATHER FORECAST (Sung in the form of an Anglican chant) The Mastersingers - 1966 Good morning, here is the Weather Forecast For today until midnight First the general situa-cion A ridge of high pressure over the Azores is moving slowly north-east And will begin to affect south-western districts of the British Isles by late evening The cold front now affecting south-east districts Will gradu-ally move north Fog has develo-ped overnight in much of England and parts of Wales In some districts it is rather dense This will lift and clear by mid-morning almost everywhere And the rest of the day will be fine with unbroken sunshine And now, here is the Shipping Forecast for the next twenty-four hours Viking, Forties, Cromarty, Forth, Tyne, Dogger, Fisher, German Bight, Humber, Thames, Dover, White, Portland, Plymouth, Biscay, Finistere, Sole, Lundy, Fastnet, Irish Sea, Shannon, Rockall, Malin, Hebrides, Bailey, Fair Isle, Faeroes, South East Iceland Will continue to be affected by weather for several days Now the outlook for Wednesday and Thursday There will be drizzle in the south And periods of continuous rain are expected later Intersper-sed with scatter-red showers (Sound of rain) Northern England, Northern Ireland and Southern Scotland Will have occasional thunder (Sound of thunderclap) Temperatures will fall during the night And there may be local showers of sleet or snow Over Central Scotland, temperatures will fall rapidly at dusk Giving rise to hail and freezing fog Heavy snowfalls are expected in the north of Scotland And gale force winds are likely to cause extensive drifting In the extreme north of Scotland a warm air stream Will bring torren-cial rain and widespread flooding (Sounds of wind and rain) In brief, the weather will be normal for the time of year (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - January 2006)


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