16:58 BBC News 24
Well, I tell you, any trick-or-treaters tonight will need warm costumes.
The winds are dying away and as they do the skies will really clear and then temperatures really dropping away, like taking a bag of sand and [unable to transcribe the sound he made here, which was accompanied by an 'opening floodgates' gesture] dropping it off the edge of a bridge, dropping like, er, really in fact.
17:31 BBC News 24
After an interview about online gambling:
Peter Sissons: Now, can you gamble on going out tonight without getting wet or blown away? Dan Corbett.
Dan: Well, I tell you Peter, I think it's going to be the extra-thick warm costumes for the trick-or-treaters tonight and the extra probably warm duvet on the bed as well.
Warm coat index: 3 (including that mention of warm costumes)
17:57 BBC News 24
After a report about self-aware elephants:
Peter Sissons: Well, can they tell you what the weather's going to be like? You need someone very clever for that, Dan?
Dan: Well, I tell you, if those elephants were here tonight they'd probably need their big warm blankets.
18:27 BBC One and News 24
George Alagiah: Now, will those trick-or-treaters need their coats tonight?
Dan: I think they certainly will, George. It's a chilly night and over the next few nights as well we'll all be notching up the central heating [gestures turning up the heating].
A chilly old night - and some of us might be scraping the car in the morning [gestures scraping car].
It annoys me when newsreaders talk over Dan's sign-off, even more when it's over his abbreviated 'that's the weather'. First it was Natasha Kaplinsky, today it was George Alagiah.