Alex Deakin is a former weather presenter for the BBC.
Alex joined the BBC in 2000, initially appearing in the BBC South East region as well as on BBC News 24.
He presented the weather on all channels including BBC1 and was one of the hosts on the BBC’s ‘All Night Star Party’ from Jodrell Bank in August 2003 when Mars was at its closest to Earth for almost 60,000 years.
Before joining the BBC, Alex worked at the Met Office. Alex currently lives in Southwest London.
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