Issued: 0900 Saturday 22nd October 2016
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Initially the first few days of this week will be quite chilly in an easterly wind flow. During Tuesday and into Wednesday pressure will be building in across the country as it turns milder as temperatures rise to above their seasonal norms. Fronts will bring some rain in to the far north west from time to time.
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Morning fog patches clear otherwise a dry day with good sunny spells. In the afternoon more cloud affect the west with showers for Northern Ireland and north west Scotland. Much windier across the north overnight and cloudy too with rain in the north west. A mild night to come. Expect high temperatures of 9 to 14C.
Quite breezy and milder with some light rain across parts of northern Britain. This tends to die away during the afternoon. The south stays dry with some sunshine. Rain lingers across the north west in the night while most of the country is dry. Highs of 11 to 17C.
Not much change into Thursday with above normal temperatures expected. Very windy across northern Britain and still outbreaks of rain to affect western Scotland, Northern Ireland and perhaps Cumbria. Wales, The Midlands and southern England look dry with sunny spells. Highs of 13 to 17C.
It remains windy in the north as rain persists across northern Scotland and Northern Ireland. Fair and dry across England and Wales with sunny spells. Feeling pleasantly warm. Fog patches may develop in the south overnight. Highs of 13 to 18C.
Lots of fine, dry weather to come and staying mild. Any morning fog clears the south, otherwise expect a dry day with long sunny spells. Again more cloudy across Scotland with rain in the north. Highs of 14 to 18C.
After morning mist and fog disperses, most parts of the country will have a fair, dry day with hazy spells of sunshine. Some rain may skirt the far north of Scotland. Expect highs of 14 to 18C.