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[Updated 07:30 26/09/2019]
The weather remains unsettled across the UK for the rest of the week as disturbances in the flow continue to move in from the Atlantic. All areas have wet and windy periods but there will be brighter interludes too. Temperatures won't be far from the late September average....READ IN FULL
Thursday is off to a wet start in much of the country. This morning outbreaks of rain clear from central and eastern areas. Sunny spells develop but heavy showers become widespread in the north and west. During the afternoon some of them penetrate into the east of Britain. It will be quite windy.
Temperatures range 12C (54F) in the north to 19C (66F) in East Anglia. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Thu 26th September
Tonight showers continue in the north and west. Central and eastern regions become mainly dry. Late in the night more persistent outbreaks of rain spread into Wales, Northern Ireland and western England.
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Tomorrow outbreaks of rain move southeastwards across the southern half of the country. A mix of sunny intervals and heavy showers follows behind them. It remains windy in the south and temperatures will be a degree or two down on today's values.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Fri 27th September
The weekend looks mixed. Saturday brings sunny spells and showers which could be heavy in northern England. During the second half of the day outbreaks of rain push into the south west. Overnight and through Sunday they track eastwards across much of England and Wales. Scotland and Northern Ireland probably have a mix of sunshine and showers.
Monday is likely to start dry and bright. Later in the day another area of wet and windy weather moves in from the south west. Overnight it crosses much of the country.
During Tuesday and Wednesday colder arctic air may sweep southwards. Over high ground in the north it could be cold enough for showers to fall as sleet or snow. The frost risk also increases.
Later in the week milder and unsettled conditions probably return from the Atlantic. Forecast details are very uncertain at this stage.
GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 16:00 BST Mon 30th September
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