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It is pretty quiet outside at the moment, clearing skies and
relatively light wind. Some surprise when we look at tomorrow's
headline - strong wind in the forecast and unseasonably strong
with heavy downpours. How did beget to this? Looking at the satellite,
we can see the skies clearing across the UK today after a cloudy
start and this band of rain moving to the north, that is what we need
to worry about, thus deepening centre rolling across us on
Thursday, tightly-packed isobars meaning strong wind is an issue.
Through the rest of tonight, clear skies in the east, along
temperatures to fall down to six degrees in rural areas and in the
west, or cloud, showers arriving ahead of the end of the night, and
by dawn, we shall seek heavy and persistent rain pushing into
Northern Ireland and then the wind does start to strengthen, peeking
through the middle part of the day, we could see gusts of 65 mph around
the coast of England and Wales and that isn't just in the west, right
across the country. Add heavy rain to that for the south-west and
Wales and look at those temperatures - looking at barely
double figures. That sunshine at the start of the week, it could not
be more difficult. And the chance of showers, brightening for
Northern Ireland in the afternoon but thunderstorms around and it is
wet and windy for northern England. Scotland fares best, lighter wind,
sunshine and a scattering of sharp showers from time to time.
Overnight Thursday into Friday, we see that a low centre working
eastwards into the North Sea and the wind will ease somewhat but we
have a breezy day on Friday and some further weather fronts
approaching from the Atlantic. Bringing scattered outbreaks of