By Brian Gaze
[Published 06:45 25/09/2023]
The coming week will bring very mixed weather. Today it's a mostly dry picture. Tomorrow heavy outbreaks of rain are possible in much of the UK. Then on Wednesday it is likely to become stormy as a deep area of low pressure tracks across the north of the UK. It may become Storm Agnes. (If you would like to browse the website without adverts and contribute to its ongoing development, explore the payment options, see below)
Issued 25th September 2023
Monday starts with showers in the north and west. In other areas it is dry and mild.
This morning showers continue in the northern half of the UK, but during the afternoon they become more scattered. Central England, the south east and East Anglia should remain dry and bright. Windy in the north.
Temperatures range from 14°C in the far north west to a warm 22°C in the south east and East Anglia. See the rain radar for the latest view.
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Tonight, outbreaks of rain push across Northern Ireland, Wales and south western England. Elsewhere, it stays dry, but it will be windy in the west.
Tomorrow, outbreaks of rain affect much of the UK. In places they could be heavy and thundery, but it should turn drier in the south through the afternoon. Generally quite windy. Temperatures remain above the late September average.
During Wednesday a deep area of low pressure is expected to track across the northern half of the UK. It will bring very wet and windy conditions to much of the UK. The worst conditions look like being in the north and west, where gusts inland are likely to be between 50mph and 65mph and in western coastal counties speeds of around 75mph are possible. There is the potential for damaging winds and travel disruption.
Thursday may start mainly dry. However, another batch of wet and windy weather probably pushes in from the Atlantic later on.
Friday should see it turning drier and calmer in southern and central regions. In the north it probably remains quite windy and there could be patchy outbreaks of rain.
Near to Porthole. Approaching bad weather for tomorrow. Posted by toppiker60.
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