UK Forecast- October 04, 2015
Wet & windy
Heavy rain, squally showers
Today low pressure areas and actives weather fronts will change the weather to much more unsettled. A very windy day to come, these moderating somewhat across England and Wales later in the day. A band of rain across Wales and across central and southern parts of England will work it's way north, becoming heavier getting into Northern Ireland, southern Scotland and northern England later this morning as it turns sunnier in the south with heavy showers near the south coast. The heavy rain affects Scotland in the afternoon as a pulse of heavy, squally showers moves up into Wales and the southern half of England. Expect top temperatures across the country of 14 to 19 Celsius.
This evening and night stays quite breezy. Perhaps south west England may have a dry evening but elsewhere further heavy showers and longer spells of rain are expected, more so from Wales into southern England and across the Pennines. Overnight heavy rain and showers clears from Wales and The Midlands affecting northern parts of England and Scotland. Another band of heavy showers may run up into south west England. Mild tonight with lows of 11 to 15 Celsius.
Very windy along the channel coasts, these lessen through the day. Overcast in the morning with spells of rain and heavy showers. Heavy and persistent rain may affect Wales, south west England, north east England and eastern Scotland. It stays very unsettled in the afternoon with frequent, heavy showers merging into longer spells of rain across Wales and the West Country. Mainly dry across East Anglia and the south east for the evening and night with the rest of Britain wet with a risk of further heavy rain. Expect top temperatures of 14 to 18 Celsius.
A brisk north west wind makes it feel colder today. Southern parts of England look dry today with spells of heavy rain to the north. In the afternoon that rain clears northern England, affecting Scotland as it brightens up in the south. The rain clears Scotland in the evening. Overnight showers will be found near western coasts but dry across inland parts of Britain and a colder night to come with clearing skies. A touch of frost is possible in some rural locations. Expect top temperatures of 12 to 15 Celsius.