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[Updated 07:30 30/09/2019]
The outlook remains very mixed. Wet weather affects much of the UK during the next 48 hours and further flooding is likely in places. The middle of the week brings a respite as colder air moves southwards and high pressure builds in from the west. By Thursday it begins to turn unsettled again....READ IN FULL
Monday starts with scattered showers in the north and there are outbreaks of rain in the south west. Elsewhere it is dry. Through the day wet and windy weather spreads northeastwards across much of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The rain becomes heavy and persistent. Scotland has sunny spell and showers for much of the time, but later on cloud builds from the south.
Temperatures range 10C (50F) in the north to 17C (63F) in East Anglia. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Mon 30th September
Tonight drier conditions return to southern and central regions, but later on further rain returns to Wales and the south west. It remains wet in northern England and Northern Ireland. Central and northern Scotland stay dry.
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Tomorrow brings further heavy showery rain to the southern half of the UK. The north has a mix of showers and sunny periods. Cold in central and northern areas but temperatures remain close to the seasonal average in the south.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Tue 1st October
Wednesday starts cold and in the north with frost in places. Showers continue in Scotland and they may fall as sleet or snow over high ground. Elsewhere it should be fine and chilly.
During Thursday a band of rain is expected to push eastwards across much of the UK. It will be accompanied by strong winds. Eastern Britain could stay dry and cool until the evening.
The rest of the week looks mixed. There will be some drier spells, particularly in the south. However, all regions have further rain. Temperatures will be close to the seasonal average.
GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 16:00 BST Fri 4th October
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