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[Updated 08:00 19/09/2019]
High pressure remains the dominant feature of the weather for the next couple of days. Daytime temperatures will be climbing as warmer upper level air filters in. The weekend starts on a fine note in central and eastern England but more changeable conditions steadily return from the west....READ IN FULL
Thursday starts dry and chilly across the UK. The day ahead brings sunny periods to most of the country with the best of them in southern and central regions. The north has more cloud at times and in northern Scotland there could be some patchy rain.
Temperatures range 15C (59F) to 22C (72F). See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, cloud cover, 16:00 BST Thu 19th September
Tonight it remains dry. Clear skies allow temperatures to drop and it becomes quite chilly.
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Tomorrow will be dry and sunny across the UK. Daytime temperatures should be a little higher than recently, widely rising into the low 20Cs.
Meteo France Arpege, temperatures, 16:00 BST Fri 20th September
This weekend disturbances from the Atlantic return and bring more unsettled conditions. Through Saturday patchy rain spreads into western England and Wales. Central and eastern areas should be dry and very warm. Temperatures could reach 27C (81F).
During Sunday outbreaks of rain pushes northeastwards. Some heavy bursts are likely, particularly in the north and west. Showery conditions follow into the south west and north eastern Britain probably remains dry and sunny for much of the day.
Early next week changeable weather probably becomes established across all regions. After a warm start in the south east temperatures return to the seasonal norm.
GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 16:00 BST Mon 23rd September
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