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Central, Tayside & Fife weather forecast

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Mainly cloudy with patchy rain but brightening up in afternoon.

Today:

A little brightness at first but becoming cloudy with a some patchy light rain. Skies will brighten up through the afternoon with sunny spells arriving from the west. Maximum temperature 13 °C.

Tonight:

A dry evening with some clear spells and light winds. Outbreaks of rain will arrive from the west after midnight but Angus and Fife should remain dry. Minimum temperature 3 °C.

Wednesday:

A dry start in the east but outbreaks of rain will spread east through the morning. Dry and bright conditions will then arrive from the west in the afternoon. Maximum temperature 14 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Mainly dry with bright spells on Thursday but showers will arrive into the west. Sunshine and showers on Friday and Saturday, these heavy at times.

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UK long range weather forecast

Saturday should see sunny spells and scattered showers, some heavy and thundery at times and often windy. Looking ahead, the unsettled theme is set to continue with showers and longer spells of rain, especially in the west and northwest. There should be some brief episodes of more settled weather with bright and sunny spells. It will often be windy across most areas, particularly in the north and west with coastal gales possible. Temperatures should remain around average for this time of the year, although it may feel colder at times in the wind and rain. In the short-lived settled periods of drier and clearer conditions, there is the potential for some overnight frost or fog, which would be slow to clear.

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Changeable conditions could well dominate through the end of October and into the start of November, bringing further bouts of wet and windy weather. Some drier and brighter spells are likely, though these may be short-lived. Temperatures will probably be around average for the time of year, though in those drier spells, overnight frost and fog will become more widespread. In early November, the west is likely to stay on the wet and windy side, with an increasing chance of drier and brighter weather in the east. Temperatures under these conditions could feel mild by day and cool by night. Early signs for mid November indicate a return to frequent bands of rain and strong winds moving from west to east, though there is low confidence at this stage.

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