Issued: 0930 Friday 6th November 2020
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
Rain pushing in from Saturday but with high pressure staying close by there will be some dry days too. Turning milder.
High pressure into this weekend with largely dry conditions, before low pressure pushes up from the south and brings rain to all areas into the start of the new week with milder temperatures. A band of rain will move across the country from west to east on Wednesday although eastern areas look to stay largely dry thereafter with western areas looking cloudier and wetter.
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Low pressure continues to push over the UK on Monday seeing cloudy skies for many. It will also bring outbreaks of rain and drizzle over much of England, Wales, Ireland and Northern Ireland and could be locally heavy over south Wales for a time. Rain intially across northern Scotland but this will clear with rain and drizzle moving into southern areas mainly later in the day. A mild day again for particularly southern areas with high temperatures range from 11 to 16C.
Low pressure fills up over the southern UK on Tuesday. Showery bursts of rain pass eastwards and fade. Some of these may be locally heavy at first. These should clear and cloud should break to leave some sunny spells. All areas looks set to stay a little milder too as a south to southwesterly flow prevails. Highs at 11 to 15C.
Staying mild again on Wednesday with low pressure to the west and high pressure to the east. A band of rain pushed eastwards across the country brining outbreaks of rain and strengthened winds for a time. It should stay dry for the far east throughout much of the day but turning increasingly cloudy. High temperatures at 11 to 14C.
Rain should clear eastern areas first thing on Thursday allowing for largely dry conditions across much of the country. Although there will be more cloud and some patchy rain across far western areas of the UK and Ireland as low pressure sits to the west of Ireland. Windy to the west too. A cooler day with highs of 8 to 13C.
A breezy day. Largely dry with some sunny spells about but more cloud and patchy rian in the west. Rain could be heavy in places across western parts of Ireland. Highs of 10 to 14C.
Saturday could be breezy still but still relatively mild. Largely dry conditions expected across southern and southeastern areas of England. Cloudier skies and some patchy outbreaks of rain to the north and west. Highs of 10 to 14C.