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Dry and sunny for many today

[Updated 07:20 29/10/2019]

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The next couple of days bring quiet and chilly conditions. By Halloween rain bearing weather fronts begin to push in from the Atlantic. Later in the week a very unsettled pattern develops and there is the potential for heavy rain and strong winds....READ IN FULL

Tuesday starts dry and frosty across much of the UK. There are scattered showers near the east coast and patchy outbreaks of rain in the south west. That sets the scene for the day ahead with little changing. Away from the south west there will be sunny periods with the best of them in central and northern regions.

Temperatures range from 7C (45F) in the north to 10C (50F) in the south. See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 1

Meteo France Arpege, cloud cover, 15:00 GMT Tue 29th October

Tonight the risk of rain in the far south west remains. Elsewhere it should be mainly dry but a few showers continue near the east coast. Clear spells lead to a widespread frost.

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Tomorrow will be dry and bright in much of the country. The exception is the south west there could be further spells of rain. It will be chilly with a widespread frost early and late in the day.

Arpege forecast chart 2

Meteo France Arpege, temperatures, 15:00 GMT Wed 30th October

Rain returns later this week

By Thursday a change begins to kicks in. Outbreaks of rain spread into Northern Ireland and western Britain. Later in the day they become patchy and spread eastwards. 

Friday could bring heavier spells of rain to much of the country. Later in the day more showery conditions should return from the west.

Saturday is looking mainly dry as a weak ridge of high pressure builds in. By Sunday another area of low pressure is expected to move in from the Atlantic and bring heavy bursts of rain. 

Next week areas of low pressure keep the weather unsettled. Temperatures in the south should be close to the average but in the north it turns colder at times.

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GFS, 500hPa heights and MSLP, 15:00 GMT Sat 2nd November

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