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[Updated 07:45 18/10/2019]
The weather remains unsettled during the next couple of days with all regions having showers or longer spells of rain. By Sunday it should be turning drier as high pressure starts to build. Next week is expected to be a lot more settled in the south and east, but the risk of rain remains higher in the north and west....READ IN FULL
Friday starts with showery outbreaks of rain in much of the country. Through the day showers continue in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and at times they merge. In eastern Scotland there will be outbreaks of rain but the west should be mostly dry. It remains windy in the south.
Temperatures range from 9C (48F) in Scotland to 14C (57F) in the south. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Fri 18th October
Tonight outbreaks of rain affect much of southern and eastern Scotland. Elsewhere showers become more scattered and inland areas become mainly dry.
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Tomorrow patchy spells of rain push southwards into northern England and Wales. To the south and north of them there will be scattered showers. It remains quite cool.
Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Sat 19th October
Sunday is looking dry and chilly across much of the country. In the north there could be a frost early in the day. A few showers bubble up, particularly in eastern and north eastern Britain.
Monday is expected to be mainly dry and chilly, although there could be still an odd shower around. An early frost is likely in central and northern regions.
Through the rest of the week high pressure should keep it mainly dry in southern and eastern counties. In the north and west there is a greater risk of rain at times. Milder air may be pumped up from the south so it could feel pleasantly warm during the days.
GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 16:00 BST Tue 22nd October
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