By Brian Gaze
[Published 07:00 28/09/2022]
The mixed weather continues today. Many places will be dry with bright intervals, but heavy outbreaks of rain in the north east starting pushing southwestwards later on. Tomorrow there's a respite, but Friday sees wet and windy conditions moving down across the UK. Many places have their first taste of autumnal gales.
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Wednesday begins with showers in coastal counties. Elsewhere it is mostly dry and chilly.
Through the day there will be further showers in coastal areas. There will also be more persistent outbreaks of rain in north eastern Britain and they push southwestwards this afternoon. Other areas remain dry and there should be a reasonable amount of sunshine.
Temperatures range from 9C (48F) in the north east to 15C (59F) in the south. See the rain radar for the latest view.
Tonight showery periods of rain push southwards across England and Wales, clearer skies follow on behind them. Mostly dry in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Tomorrow a few showers are forecast in central and eastern counties, but it becomes mainly dry as a ridge of high pressure builds in from the west. It also feels a little warmer, especially in southern and central regions.
During Friday a band of wet and windy weather pushes southeastwards across all areas. It brings the potential for heavy rain and gale force winds, especially in exposed coastal counties. Brighter and showery conditions follow from the northwest.
Saturday is looking showery in northern and western areas. In the south and east it should be mainly dry. Temperatures will be close to the seasonal average but strong winds make it feel chilly.
Sunday brings showers to central and northern counties. In the south it is expected to be dry. Cloud amounts vary, but there should be a reasonable amount of sunshine.
Early next week the mixed theme continues. All regions could see rain, but the wettest conditions are expected to be in the north and west.
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