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Sunny spells and widespread showers for much of Thursday, the showers being heavy and possibly thundery at times. Windy for all with gales, potentially severe, in exposed locations. Generally feeling cool, but cold in wind and showers. Maximum Temperature 13 °C.
Showers fading in the east through the evening but persisting in the west overnight. Otherwise, clear spells and patchy cloud. Remaining windy, particularly along coasts, and feeling chilly. Minimum Temperature 7 °C.
Drier in the east but showers, sometimes heavy, still affecting the west. A breezy and cool day, but sunny spells helping conditions feel more pleasant by the afternoon, notably inland. Maximum Temperature 15 °C.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Mainly dry and feeling cool on Saturday and Sunday with sunny spells following cold starts and overnight grass frost. Rain possible Monday morning, brighter in the afternoon with scattered showers.
Updated at: 0235 on Thu 24 Sep 2020
Many southern and central areas seeing some sunshine but also bands of showery rain, some of this heavy. Showers accompanied by strong, gusty winds in places, accentuating the cool feel. Parts of northern UK fine after a chilly start.
Strong winds and heavy showers, with possible thunder, affecting parts of south Wales, then some southern and eastern counties of England. Further northwest plenty of clear, chilly weather.
Eastern England seeing some heavier rain with strong winds; feeling cold. Elsewhere, scattered showers near some coasts but mostly dry inland, where cool feel offset by sunshine and light winds.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Plenty of fine, dry, albeit cool weather with chilly nights. This away from the extreme east, where cloudier, windier, with some rain at times. More changeable by Monday.
Updated at: 0234 on Thu 24 Sep 2020
UK Outlook for Monday 28 Sep 2020 to Wednesday 7 Oct 2020:
Cloud and outbreaks of drizzle affecting the east and west at first with dry weather in between on Monday. Initially many places dry Tuesday before cloud and rain arrive later. Into the middle of next week, it is set to return to unsettled conditions. There will be generally windy weather coupled with showers and occasional longer spells of rain at times. The heaviest rain most likely in the west and northwest, which may also see gales, low likelihood of severe, at times. Although in the east and southeast, there may still be brief interludes of drier and sunnier weather. Temperatures will generally be rather cool, potentially cooler in more persistent rainfall, and overnight frost may be seen in prone parts of the north during any brief interludes of calmer weather.
Updated at: 1402 on Wed 23 Sep 2020
UK Outlook for Thursday 8 Oct 2020 to Thursday 22 Oct 2020:
Further into October, conditions are likely to remain unsettled for most. The most unsettled conditions being in southern areas. Generally windy with a chance of gales however the risk of gales reduces later in the period. Feeling cool throughout with a risk of overnight frost. Lighter winds means that morning fog patches may also become more prevalent towards mid-month.
Updated at: 1403 on Wed 23 Sep 2020
Location: 51.2562, -2.1844
Altitude: 78.0 m above mean sea level