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[Updated 07:30 23/09/2019]
The autumn equinox is at 08:50 this morning. September to date has been mainly dry in the south but that changes this week as unsettled conditions become established. Despite a cool start the Central England Temperature (CET) is running slightly above the 30 average. So far this year there hasn't been a month with a below average CET....READ IN FULL
Monday starts with showery rain in the north. By the early afternoon it clears away northwards. Elsewhere it is mainly dry. In south western England cloud builds and outbreaks of rain develop this morning. Through the rest of the day they move northeastwards. By the early evening wet weather affects affect Wales, Northern Ireland and much of England, although the east probably remains dry.
Temperatures range 18C (64F) in the west to 21C (70F) in East Anglia. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Mon 23rd September
Tonight outbreaks of rain clear northeastwards. Drier conditions follow for a time but further rain follows into much of England and Wales.
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Tomorrow morning heavy rain is expected in the southern half of Britain. There is the potential for surface flooding and travel disruption. During the afternoon brighter spells return from the west but further downpours are likely. The northern half of the country may escape the worst of the weather for much of the day, although heavy rain pushes into northern England and southern Scotland later on. It will be quite windy in the south.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Tue 24th September
Wednesday begins with a mix of sunshine and showers. It should turn drier as the day progresses. Temperatures will be close to the seasonal average but it should feel pleasant in the sun.
During Thursday another band of rain moves southeastwards across all regions. Blustery and showery conditions follow it in the west.
The rest of the week looks unsettled. 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 Fri 27th September
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