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[Updated 07:25 25/09/2019]
Disturbances pushing in from the Atlantic keep the weather unsettled across the UK for the rest of the week. All areas have wet and windy periods but there will be some brighter interludes too. Temperatures generally won't be far from the late September average....READ IN FULL
Wednesday starts mainly overcast and there are outbreaks of rain in places. The risk of wet weather remains through the day. This afternoon sunny spells become more widespread but showers become heavy at times. By the evening more persistent rain pushes into Northern Ireland.
Temperatures range 15C (59F) in the north east to 21C (70F) in brighter parts of the south east and East Anglia. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 17:00 BST Wed 25th September
Tonight a band of rain spreads southeastwards and in places it will be heavy. Later on drier conditions return to Wales and western England.
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Tomorrow begins wet in much of the north and east. Brighter conditions steadily return eastwards and they should reach all areas by the middle of the afternoon. In the west heavy showers develop and some of them could push into central and eastern areas. It will be quite windy.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Thu 26th September
By Friday low pressure will be centred close to northern Scotland. All regions have a mix of sunny intervals and showers with the heaviest ones in the west. There is a possibility of more prolonged spells of rain at times. It remains windy in the southern half of the UK. Temperatures stay close to the seasonal average.
The weekend is looking mixed. Saturday brings sunny spells and showers which could be heavy in northern England. An area of low pressure moving in from the west is expected to bring wet and windy conditions to England and Wales on Sunday.
The unsettled spell continues early next week. Later on there are signs of high pressure having more influence. If that happens the chance of drier and more settled periods will increase.
GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 16:00 BST Sun 29th September
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