Dianne Oxberry dead at 51

Dianne Oxberry has died aged 51 after recently being diagnosed with cancer. BBC TV and radio presenter, mum-of-two Ms Oxberry was a beloved weather presenter on North West Tonight for more than 20 years.
The meteorologist died at the Christie Hospital in Manchester on Thursday morning, with colleagues describing her passing as a "shock" and "surprise" because it was so sudden.
Ms Oxberry became a national figure after starting her career on Radio 1 in London, working alongside Simon Mayo and Steve Wright while serving as the channel’s first dedicated weather presenter.
The Sunderland-born presenter studied meteorology and returned north in 1993 to Greater Manchester, where she lived with her husband, cameraman Ian Hindle, and worked until her death.


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