Issued: 0920 Sunday 14th October 2012
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Wet with Heavy Rain and Gales Wednesday
Throughout this upcoming week low pressure will be the main weather feature. These will bring spells of heavy rain and showers and we could see potential for some very strong winds across southern parts of England on Wednesday. Initially temperatures will be close to normal but are expected to increase later in the week.
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An increasingly wet and windy day with gales developing in the south of England. A wet morning with spells of rain across central and southern parts of England along with Wales and this heavy rain moves up across northern England in the afternoon. Rain clears England and Wales this evening but lingers across Scotland into the night. Expect highs of 10 to 15C.
We may see an area of rain affect the east Midlands, East Anglia and the southeast through the day. Most other areas will be fair and dry with sunny spells with showers along western coasts. Most parts of the country will be fair and dry overnight. Expect maximum temperatures of 10 to 13C.
Friday morning sees any residual rain in the extreme southeast soon clearing, leaving one or two showers across East Anglia, southeast in the afternoon. Showers are expected across western parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland with the rest of Britain dry and mostly sunny. A breezy day across the country. Expect high temperatures of 11 to 15C.
Apart from scattered showers across western parts of Scotland, western Wales and western England, it should be largely dry with decent spells of sunshine. Expect top temperatures of 11 to 14C.
There is a risk of moderate to heavy rain across Northern Ireland and northern Scotland with showers across western England and Wales today. The rest of the country looks fair, dry. Expect top temperatures of 11 to 16C.
Confidence is low in the forecast at this point, but models indicate that further rain is likely across Northern Ireland parts of Scotland all England and Wales should be dry, pleasantly warm and mostly sunny with fog patches clearing. Expect high temperatures of 12 to 19C.