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leeandjess

seafm junior weather reporter slider

Sea FM would like to give Primary School students the opportunity to be on the air with Lee & Jess in Breakfast.

Every weekday morning we will choose a student who has submitted their weather report online and play one on air to deliver the weather forecast at 8.30am with Lee & Jess.

Lee & Jess will upload the day's weather and all you need to do is fill out the entry form, record yourself reading the weather script and submit the recording below.

Listen to our awesome weather reports so far:

Script 1:
"Hi it's (Your Name) and I go to (Your School) I'm today's Junior Weather Reporter!
Today we are expecting a sunny day, so remember to wear a hat if you’re going outside!
Thank you, and I would like to say hi to (_____).”

 

Script 2:
"Hi it's (Your Name) and I go to (Your School) I'm today's Junior Weather Reporter!
Today we are expecting a few clouds and maybe some rain!
Thank you, and I would like to say hi to (_____).”

 

Script 3:
"Hi it's (Your Name) and I go to (Your School) I'm today's Junior Weather Reporter!
Today we are expecting lots of rain, please drive carefully!
Thank you, and I would like to say hi to (_____).”


Today we are expecting mostly cloudy conditions, light shower this evening and we are aiming for a top of 14.

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