Issued: 0910 Saturday 23 September 2017
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Coolest in the north
Overall much of this week is going to be unsettled as low pressure areas and fronts bring in spells of rain to much of the United Kingdom. Temperatures are expected to be above normal across the south of England, but near to below average across the north.
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Expect above average temperatures today, especially in the south. We keep a good deal of cloud and there is a risk of a few scattered showers but many places staying dry. A dry evening and night with clear skies but rain reaches Northern Ireland before morning. Expect highs of 15 to 21C.
Generally a dry day across central and eastern areas with morning mist and fog clearing. Rain affects the west after a dry start. Best of the sunshine will be in the morning with more cloud developing for the afternoon. Heavy rain in the west in the evening spreads to all but East Anglia and the south east in the night. Expect highs of 13 to 20C.
Unsettled and cooler with spells of rain. This clears to showers across Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the south west by the afternoon. That rain will be clearing away into the North Sea through the evening. Cooler but warm across central and southern parts of England. Look for highs of 13 to 18C.
Fine and dry with dense morning fog across central and eastern areas of England dispersing. Good spells of sunshine to come across Britain. Rain affects western areas in the night. Expect highs of 13 to 22C.
It appears rather wet with outbreaks of moderate t0 heavy rain for many areas. The south continues warm with coolest temperatures in the north. Expect highs of 14 to 21C.
Confidence is low on the detail but models suggest a wet morning with a risk of heavy rain. Later much of this clears from Britain but tends to linger across Scotland. A warm day in the south. Look for highs of 14 to 22C.