Here in Edinburgh, we're getting a fairly decent amount of rain at times from this system which should at least be enough to prevent us from slipping back into the water scarcity situation which we were in recently.
However, this hasn't been the sort of persistent rain which we would typically get from these systems, and the rain has tended to come and go at various times.
As I write, one of these rain areas has cleared away, but there is another one close by to our SW which is looking likely to take its place fairly soon.
Nevertheless, the amounts of rain which we are getting from this system don't really look like amounting to anything more than what we have been getting recently from other systems within what was already going to go down as a wetter than average month here anyway.
The wind has now veered more towards the south here, but there are no real signs of it actually picking up here. However, the fact that the wind has only gone around to the south instead of going all the way round to the west or SW as would normally be the case with these systems is important here because that has clearly also drawn in some warmer air here.
That in turn, has resulted in the temperatures refusing to drop here, and going back up to around 16°C here in Edinburgh, even as late as 10pm BST (21:00 UTC) tonight.😡