Issued: 0530hrs Monday 2nd September 2019
Duty forecaster: Simon Keeling
Gales and rain in Scotland, fair to the south with sunny spells
The first Monday of meteorological autumn is starting cool for many, but it should be a fair day ahead. Much of the southern half of the UK and Wales will have decent spells of sunshine and should be dry, whilst the south of Ireland remains with broken cloud and some bright or sunny spells too.
Across Scotland it is turning windier and wetter through the day with some heavy periods of rain affecting western Scotland, although it should stay dry with some continued bright spells in the east. Gales in much of central and western Scotland. Cloudy for Northern Ireland but tending to be dry here until the evening when some spots of drizzle are possible. Increasingly windy in northern parts of Ireland as well.
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