BBCi UK Forecast
One of those nights, like the last couple where you just grab a few extra blankets [gestures doing so] or the extra thick duvet [gestures thickness] and just keep it on the old bed.
Look at that haze of blue, you almost sort of want to go like that [shields eyes - see pic], it's almost radioactive.
16:28 BBC News
After a piece about parking;
Peter Sissons: Forget dropped kerbs, what about dropped temperatures? Can it get any colder, Dan Corbett?
Dan: I tell you what, Peter, the temperatures tonight, they're going to be like this, straight down [makes sharp downward slide movement with hand] that's what it's going to be.
Temperatures are going to be like, fmm, straight down [repeats downward slide moment, this time with two hands], a good night for a fire in fact.
16:55 BBC News
All the cloud just sort of eases through, like you're pulling the curtains in the bedroom and, brmmm [was the accompanying gesture indicating the movement of the cloud or does Dan have blind-like curtains?], there they go.
I wish I could say the numbers were going up but they're still more or less in the cellar.
You're still going to want those extra warm layers and probably your friend by now is that lovely warm parka.
17:26 BBC News
Where the temperatures drop away the most, that's the area of blue, the haze, almost like you've gone, bppp [throwing gesture], like that with a layer of blue paint on the weather map.
17:30ish BBC One
If you grabbed some extra blankets last night, keep them where they are because it will certainly come in handy tonight.
UPDATE OCTOBER 2013:
There's video of this one below.
Thanks to bismuthcadmium for the video.