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[Updated 08:00 21/09/2019]
A major change in the weather will take place this weekend. Today it remains dry and very warm in much of the country but through tonight and tomorrow wet weather spreads northeastwards. The autumn equinox is on Monday and next week is looking very unsettled with the likelihood of rain and gales....READ IN FULL
Saturday starts fine across the UK. The day ahead brings warm sunny periods to central and eastern counties. In the south west and Wales cloud builds. This afternoon heavy showers develop and they could extend into north western England and Northern Ireland. It will be quite windy.
Temperatures range 18C (64F) to 25C (77F). See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, cloud cover, 16:00 BST Sat 21st September
Tonight showery rain becomes more widespread across southern and western counties. Elsewhere it remains dry.
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Tomorrow heavy and thundery outbreaks of rain spread northeastwards across much of the country. They could lead to a lot of surface water on the roads and difficult driving conditions. To the south brighter skies return but showers bubble up. Parts of north eastern England and Scotland probably remain dry and bright until the late afternoon or evening.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Sun 22nd September
During Monday showery rain steadily clears from Scotland. To its south brighter spells develop but another band of wet weather pushes into the south west. The rain extends across much of England and Wales overnight.
Through Tuesday heavy rain spreads northeastwards and in southern counties showery conditions return. Northern Scotland could remain dry for most of the day. It will be windy in the south.
The rest of the week looks unsettled and autumnal. A deep area of low pressure becomes centred close to Scotland so all regions have rain and strong winds at times. Temperatures won't be too far off the seasonal norm.
GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 16:00 BST Wed 25th September
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