Wet and windy spell to come
Author: Press Office
14:22 (UTC+1) on Sat 23 Sep 2023
After a settled day for many on Saturday the weather is set to turn more unsettled with the potential for more National severe Weather Warnings by mid-week next week
After a settled day for many on Saturday the weather is set to turn more unsettled with the potential for more National severe Weather Warnings by mid-week next week.
A band of rain will push into the northwest of the UK and a yellow rain warning in place for parts of Scotland from 1 pm Sunday to midnight, with the heaviest and most persistent is expected over higher ground areas of Scotland.
Staying Autumnal with spells of wind and rain 🍂— Met Office (@metoffice) September 23, 2023
However, there is a growing signal for a deep area of low pressure to develop as we move towards midweek, which may bring disruption to parts of the UK ⚠️
Full details are uncertain so stay tuned to the latest forecasts ✅ pic.twitter.com/EEu2D8nfTC
Deputy Chief Forecaster at the Met Office, Mark Sidaway said: “The start of next week will continue showery for many with strong winds in northwestern areas.
“There is the potential for a deep area of low pressure to bring further heavy rain and disruptive winds on Wednesday and Thursday but details on timings and the exact location of potential impacts remain uncertain at this far ahead.”
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