Issued: 0940 Saturday 3 October 2015
Duty forecaster: John Ejdowski
Near normal temperatures
The area of high pressure that has brought the extended spell of fine, dry weather gives way to low pressure as it turns much more unsettled across the country. Most places will turn windy with rain and showers. Confidence is low late in the forecast as far as it changing back to high pressure and more settled conditions.
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Windy, especially across England and Wales with frequent showers. Rain clears Scotland then showery. Cooler in the north. Showers persist around western and southern coasts into the evening and night. Expect maximum temperatures of 14 to 18C.
The winds lessen and not as wet today with a good deal of cloud and occasional showers, most in the north and west. Most places become dry in the evening with clear spells. Expect maximum temperatures of 12 to 16C.
High pressure now across Britain. Expect a good deal of dry weather with morning fog patches clearing to varying cloud and sunnier spells. Chilly at first. Still a risk of scattered showers in the west and along the south coast. Highs of 13 to 17C.
It may become more unsettled, perhaps more so in the west while high pressure could extend into eastern areas. Low confidence from here. Normal temperatures likely. Expect maximum temperatures of 14 to 17C.
Breezy on Saturday with occasional rain and showers across Wales and western parts of England, Scotland and across Northern Ireland. Eastern areas may remain largely dry. Expect maximum temperatures of 13 to 16C.
Confidence remains low. In generally a more unsettled and windier day. Cloudy across the country with a risk of rain and occasional showers. Feeling chilly in the wind. Expect maximum temperatures of 14 to 16C.