UK Forecast - October 17, 2023
Very wet & windy

During the morning rain will arrive from the southwest, locally heavy and slowly pushing northwards into Wales and the Midlands by the afternoon. The rain will be accompanied by a strengthening wind. A dry but cloudy start across Scotland. Winds strengthening, particularly towards coasts where locally they will reach gale force. The afternoon remains largely dry across much of Scotland, with heavy and persistent rain across the Midlands and North Wales. For southwestern areas the rain will ease off although remaining murky with low cloud lingering into the evening. Temperatures of 11C in Scotland to 16C in southern England.

Wednesday Night
During the evening and overnight rain will affect Northern Ireland as well as northern England and southern and eastern Scotland. Staying very windy across north and east Scotland. Drier elsewhere though some patchy rain in the souhtwest. A mild night for many, lows of just 10 to 14C widely.

A rather messy day with spells of rain across many parts of the country, with the most persistent and heaviest of the rain across northern England, Scotland, particularly eastern and central areas, accompanied by gale force winds in the north and northeast. Rain clearing clearing Northern Ireland and pushing in to western counties of Ireland later. Low cloud lingering in all parts of the UK, feeling misty and murky yet relatively mild. Highs of 11 to 17C north to south.

A wet day likely for many on Friday, with spells of rain especially in the north and east, with heavier bursts possible into the afternoon. Where it remains dry, it will remain mostly cloudy with limited brightness as further spells of rain develop across southern England and Wales during the afternoon with a strong wind for many areas, strong to gale force strengths in northeast Scotland and northern England. A mild day with highs of 11 to 16C.

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