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[Updated 07:25 17/09/2019]
High pressure remains the dominant feature during the next few days and it keeps the weather settled in much of the country. Daytime temperatures will be reasonable but the nights are likely to be quite chilly. Towards the end of the week it warms up again but more changeable conditions may return from the west....READ IN FULL
Tuesday starts with scattered showers in the northern half of Scotland. Elsewhere it is dry and chilly. The rest of the day brings widespread sunny periods. In the far north there will be a few showers continue.
Temperatures range 12C (54F) in the north to 20C (68F) in the south. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, cloud cover, 16:00 BST Tue 17th September
Tonight outbreaks of rain push eastwards across central and northern Scotland. They may also edge into Northern Ireland. Areas to the south have a dry and chilly night.
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Tomorrow patchy spells of rain continue to affect Scotland with the heaviest ones in the north and west. The rest of the UK has a dry and bright day. The sunniest conditions will be in southern and central regions. After the early morning chill temperatures become close to the seasonal norm in the afternoon.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Wed 18th September
Thursday looks dry and sunny in southern and central counties. It will feel warm in the afternoon. The north has more cloud and there could be some light rain in the far north.
Friday is expected to be dry and sunny. Winds will be turning into a south or southwesterly direction so daytime temperatures widely rise into the low to mid 20Cs
By the weekend the details become more uncertain. Disturbances from the Atlantic probably bring more unsettled conditions to the west and they may start to push eastwards across much of the country. The south east has the driest and warmest weather.
GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 16:00 BST Sat 21st September
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