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Early mist patches soon dispersing, then a dry and bright day with sunny spells, though clouds will increase a little in the afternoon. Winds will be light so it will feel pleasantly warm in the sunshine. Maximum Temperature 19 °C.
A mainly dry evening but thicker cloud and occasional rain will reach Stirlingshire and the west later this evening and then the east tonight. Minimum Temperature 12 °C.
A cloudy start but any remaining light rain will soon clear and it will then brighten up with some sunny intervals, though the Trossachs may stay damp. Quite warm. Maximum Temperature 20 °C.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Rather cloudy with some showers on Saturday. Sunny intervals and scattered showers on Sunday then mainly dry with some sunshine on Monday.
Updated at: 0320 on Thu 16 Sep 2021
Fog patches soon clearing, then most parts dry with broken cloud and sunny spells. An isolated light shower is possible. Feeling warm in light winds, especially in the south and east. Turning wet and windy in the far northwest later.
Windy in the northwest with spells of rain across Northern Ireland and Scotland. Dry with clear spells in the south and east, with some patchy low cloud and fog forming.
Western areas cloudy with outbreaks of rain moving slowly east, heavy in places. Dry across central and eastern parts with broken cloud and sunny spells after early fog clears.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Cloudy initially for most with rain at times. Showers may be heavier in the south at times over the weekend but the will be brighter periods too with some sunshine.
Updated at: 0226 on Thu 16 Sep 2021
UK Outlook for Monday 20 Sep 2021 to Wednesday 29 Sep 2021:
Starting warm for many next week. A fair amount of cloud on Monday, with some outbreaks of rain mixed with brighter interludes. Driest across the far northwest and Northern Ireland, with the south rather cloudy and damp. High pressure builds from the south Tuesday onwards, giving largely fine conditions, although with a risk of an isolated shower. Into the remainder of September, a northwest to southeast split develops: the northwest will see the most of any unsettled conditions and outbreaks of rain, possibly heavy at times, with strong winds and coastal gales. The southeast seeing drier and sunnier weather, though unsettled weather in the northwest could still spread here at times. Temperatures above average to start the period, but near normal later with some chilly, and misty, nights possible.
Updated at: 1207 on Wed 15 Sep 2021
UK Outlook for Thursday 30 Sep 2021 to Thursday 14 Oct 2021:
Current signals, although quite weak, suggest low pressure will lie to the northwest of the UK during this period. This may bring unsettled conditions to northwestern areas, with a low risk of stormy conditions at times and in the southeast more settled weather is likely. However, unsettled weather in the northwest could still spread into the southeast at times. Temperatures are expected to be above average throughout this period.
Updated at: 1106 on Wed 15 Sep 2021
Location: 56.497, -3.0684
Altitude: 139.0 m above mean sea level