UK Forecast- October 24, 2014
Gales in Scotland
A bright start through central and eastern parts of England and Wales. Cloud increasing here through the afternoon, but staying dry. Thicker cloud and some spots of drizzle affecting western coasts and hills through this afternoon. Increasingly windy for northern Wales and northern England. Gale force winds in Scotland and Ireland with rain affecting the west of Scotland, some of it heavy. Temperatures rising to between 11 and 15C.
A windy night with winds over 70mph in central and northern Scotland. There will be cloud and further periods of rain here with further outbreaks of rain affecting Northern Ireland. Some drizzle in northwest England and the western hills of Wales. Drier elsewhere through England. Lows near a mild 7 to 10C.
Building pressure over the south of the country on Sunday, with a front over the far north of Scotland. Staying windy in Scotland, northern England and Northern Ireland. More rain to come in northern and western Scotland, the risk of flooding in western Scotland. Most cloud affecting the west of Wales and England, but more central and eastern areas will be dry with sunny spells forming, and becoming very mild. Tops at 12 to 16C.
A ridge of high pressure builds through the UK and Ireland on Monday. There may be a few spots of drizzle affecting western coasts and hills, with further rain in western Scotland. Most of western and southern Ireland are cloudy with some spots of drizzle too. Central and eastern areas will be brighter with sunny spells developing here. Staying windy in the north. Highs at 14 to 19C.