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[Updated 06:40 14/09/2021]
Large parts of the UK see rain today and it will be heavy for a time in much of southern, central and eastern England. The mixed weather continues through the coming days. Wednesday and Thursday should be mainly dry, but during Friday a band of rain pushes in from the Atlantic.
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Tuesday starts mixed across the UK with outbreaks of rain in places. This morning the rain becomes heavy in much of central and eastern England before it starts to pull away in the afternoon. Showery spells of rain continue in the northern half of the UK, but there should be some bright spells in the north west. In Wales, central and south western England sunny periods develop and it will feel quite warm.
Temperatures range from 14C (57F) in the north to 22C (72F) in the south west. See the rain and lightning radar for the latest view.
Tonight outbreaks of rain increasingly becomes confined to eastern England. There could be a few showers in the north west too, but elsewhere it should become mainly dry. Mild.
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Issued 14th September 2021
Tomorrow starts with patchy outbreaks of rain in parts of eastern Britain. They move away to leave brighter skies, but showers develop. A few could be heavy, particularly in the north west. Temperatures close to the seasonal average.
Thursday is expected to be mainly dry. Southern counties probably have the brightest and warmest conditions. Later in the day there is a risk of rain feeding into Northern Ireland.
During Friday a band of rain pushes steadily eastwards and it becomes quite windy. Eastern counties possibly remain dry until the late afternoon and in sunny spells it feels quite warm.
Forecast confidence for the weekend is low. At this stage it looks as though Saturday could bring some showery rain, but there should be quite a lot of dry and bright weather. Sunday could be quite warm in much of the UK, although there is a risk of rain in the north and west.
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