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[Updated 07:40 27/09/2019]
Most of the UK has further spells of rain in the coming days. The wettest and windiest conditions may well be in the southern half of the country. Temperatures won't be far from the late September average. Next week could bring a short respite as high pressure builds in from the west....READ IN FULL
Friday starts with showers in the north and west. Through the day a more organised band of rain pushes eastwards across England and Wales. Brighter conditions follow it behind but more showers develop. It will be windy in the southern half of the UK.
Temperatures range 11C (52F) in the north to 18C (64F) in the south. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Fri 27th September
Tonight wet weather continues to affect Wales, much of northern England and parts of northern Scotland. Elsewhere it should become mainly dry with clear spells.
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Tomorrow brings sunny spells and showers which could be heavy in northern England. It remains quite windy in southern and central regions. During the second half of the day outbreaks of rain push into the south west. Overnight the wet and windy weather spreads eastwards across much of the UK, although Scotland probably remains dry.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Fri 28th September
During Sunday it remains wet for much of the time in England and Wales. Central and northern Scotland probably miss the rain and in the afternoon it turns drier in Northern Ireland too. Windy in the much of the country, especially in southern and western coastal counties.
Through 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 return from the Atlantic. Forecast details are very uncertain at this stage but there is the potential for significant rainfall.
GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 16:00 BST Tue 1st October
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