Issued: Monday 29th August 2016
Duty forecaster: Simon Keeling
Mixed overall but some dry spells too, especially in the east
September is going to be a mixed month. There will be spells of drier weather, but some wetter conditions too. We expect most of the rain fall during the month to be to the west of the UK and Ireland, with more eastern areas tending to see rainfall totals lower than average. Temperatures remaining warm, although nearer average in the west.
*3/9/16 - 9/9/16*
September opens with mainly fair weather across much of the UK and Ireland. As the week progresses rain arrives in Scotland and gradually drifts south. Probably becoming more mixed or unsettled for all but the far southeast by the end of the week. Temperatures starting mild then slipping later.
*10/9/16 - 16/9/16*
Hint of the weather remaining mixed to unsettled through the week. Most rain tending to be in western areas, but drier overall in the east and southeast. Warm in the east and south too, but nearer average west.
*17/9/16 - 23/9/16*
The jet stream is likely to be breaking through during this week bringing more unsettled weather to all. Once again most of the rain will be to the east, with more eastern areas tending to see lighter rain. Mild for all.
*24/9/16 - 30/9/16*
Staying unsettled, especially in the west where there will be more rain. Eastern areas may become a little drier, and the dry weather may well affect southern areas too.
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