19:56 BBC News
After a piece promoting the return of Autumnwatch;
Autumnwatch? I'd say watch out for winter tonight, that's the way it's going to feel. You'd be tempted to take the extra eiderdown and stick it on the bed.
A speckle of cloud, that's the cold air just oozing its way down like a layer of treacle just being poured onto a plate. And vmmm, here it comes.
Good night for the telescope in a few spots.
You're heading out to the platform, the bus stop; grab the extra layer - it will come in handy and, don't be surprised, in a few spots you might even be scraping the car [scraping gesture].
Eiderdown? Not heard that one before. Perhaps he's responding to this comment on the Points of View messageboard earlier today?
Daniel Corbett has a habit of saying 'put an extra blanket on the bed' when it's cold.
Hasn't he ever heard of duvets?
I haven't had blankets on my bed since about 1980.
The comment further down in that thread about Dan and Dickens is amusing too.
And message 13; you mean there are people who only watch the weather for the presenters? Surely not.
20:31 BBC News
A chilly sort of start. One of those mornings where you nip to the outside then run back inside for an extra layer.
20:56 BBC News
An Autumnwatch forecast. Even as a nature lover, I find this feature a bit of a weird one.
Well, it's this time of the night where we look at the Autumnwatch weather and, this time of the night, the way the weather's been going, it should be more likely Winterwatch.
As Dan shows us the holly fruit sightings;
Looks like the map's got a bit of measles.
Have no idea what those pictures on the table were supposed to represent. Was it 'the lawn' that was 'more than likely getting ready for winter'?
Had a good poke about on the Autumnwatch website for an answer to this, but found nothing. If the place to submit your sightings is there, it isn't immediately obvious.
As more cold air works in, oozing down, like a layer of treacle being oozed down on the map.
21:27 BBC News
Weatherview (oh - forgot to say; no, it's not the same as the one broadcast in the early hours).
You'll be tempted to notch the old central heating up [thermostat gesture] and, I wouldn't be surprised, in the morning some of us could be scraping the car [scraping gesture].
Still a cold sort of day; one of those days where you're still keeping that parka close to hand [holding gesture].
BBCi UK Forecast
The temperatures will drop away quite quickly, like taking a lump of bricks and, pmmm, just dropping them away.
You'll definitely want some extra layers, might even be grabbing the old scraper as well for the car as you start the day.
Standing at the platform, the bus-stop; you might even be tempted to grab the mittens as well.
22:30-ish BBC One
We'll certainly be keeping handy the extra layers over the next few days and some of us even seeing some of the white stuff as well, particularly over the hills.
It'll be one of those days where you nip to the outside and you run back inside for an extra layer or two.
Dan did do the weather after Newsnight (BBC2 graphics, how I love thee) but it isn't available on the iPlayer.
02:50 BBC One Weatherview
Yet another Autumnwatch forecast. This time there was a little more explanation of that strange table with pictures. Yes, it was 'the lawn' I'd heard earlier; sightings of lawns being mowed.
Had another good look around on the Autumnwatch website and then searched the BBC website AND the weather website; still can't find anywhere to submit sightings / find out what the hell those pictures on that table mean.
Quite a cold Arctic blast across a good part of the British Isles, almost like having floodgates [closed floodgates gesture] and you just open them [does so], fmm, whoosh, down comes the cold Arctic air.
It's a bright but chilly start, one of those mornings where you sort of step outside and run back inside [turns to map as if going back inside] for an extra layer or two.