By Brian Gaze
[Published 06:20 22/09/2023]
Showers become widespread again today and some of them will be heavy. Tomorrow brings a respite as a ridge of high pressure pushes across the UK. However, during Sunday heavy outbreaks of rain spread across much of the north and west. The mixed theme continues early next week, but the driest conditions will often be in southern and eastern England. (If you would like to browse the website without adverts and contribute to its ongoing development, explore the payment options, see below)
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Friday starts with showery rain in the north and west. In other areas it is dry and cool.
Through the day showers become more widespread and some will be heavy. However, sunny spells develop widely, and many places remain dry. Blustery, especially in the north and west.
Rather cool. Temperatures range from 9°C in the far north west to 17°C in the south east. See the rain radar for the latest view.
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Tonight, showers fade away and long clear periods allow temperatures to drop quite sharply. Ground frost develops quite widely in the northern half of the UK.
Tomorrow begins rather cold and bright. However, cloud will build from the west and by the evening outbreaks of rain begin pushing into Northern Ireland. Afternoon temperatures will be similar to today's.
During Sunday heavy outbreaks of rain extend across the north and west of the UK. Other areas should be mostly dry. Temperatures should be a little higher than recently.
Monday could start damp with patchy outbreaks of rain in the south east and East Anglia, but they should clear quite quickly. All areas then have sunny spells, although showers are likely in the north west. Windy in the north. Feeling rather warm in central and eastern England.
Tuesday is currently looking wet and windy in much of the UK. However, it may stay mostly dry in the south east and East Anglia.
September storm and flooding on the M1 near Watford. Posted by Brian Gaze.
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