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Follow BBC Newsline Weather on Twitter

Follow BBC Newsline weather on Twitter where our weather presenters will bring you the latest news on what you can expect from the skies above.
Follow BBC Newsline weather on Twitter where our weather presenters will bring you the latest news on what you can expect from the skies above.

As well as bringing you the latest weather across TV and radio, BBC Newsline is now posting regular weather updates on microblogging site Twitter.

We aim to bring you the latest weather, with a focus on regular updates from our weather presenters.

You do not have to sign up to Twitter to see what we are posting, but to get the best from our feed, use your account to 'follow' us. That way you will be able to see BBC Newsline's regular weather updates whenever you log on to Twitter.

To access our latest weather 'tweets' you can visit http://twitter.com/NEWSLINEWEATHER,

OR

enter 'NEWSLINEWEATHER' (all one word, all upper case) in the twitter search engine,

OR

click on the link below.

What is Twitter?

Twitter is, essentially, a micro-blog, or a mini online diary. You can type the answer to "What Are You Doing?" in 140 characters or less as frequently as you like. For more information check the following article from BBC Click



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