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It remains unsettled into next week as well. Quite windy on Monday.
Hello. There are signs that by this time next week, our weather will be
trying to settle down. Until then, it is low pressure after low
pressure. This one will be coming in on Sunday, with rain spreading
south-east across the UK. Around our first area of low pressure, the wind
will continue to blow in plenty of showers to western parts of the UK
overnight. Watch out for the northern lights in Scotland - quite
a show last night and it could be again tonight. And maybe in parts of
north-east England as well. In the west it looks 30 wet in the morning
in the north-west tomorrow. Some showers in Scotland but then
becoming widespread across England and Wales in the afternoon. Some of
them possibly thundery. Nowhere particularly warm. In the north-east
of England those showers could hang around longer. Saturday evening and
night, most of the showers will fade away. Becomes dry and clear and
chilly. Some fog forcibly forming over eastern England as we move into
Sunday morning. -- possibly forming. This band of rain spreading
southwards and eastwards. It is getting more windy, as Sunday goes
on, particularly Sunday night and into Monday, around this area of low
pressure, especially across parts of Wales and the south-west of England.
Gale force winds are possible here. There will be some brighter moments,
too. Of course, nothing compared with what's going on with Hurricane
Irma. The recent satellite picture shows it moving close to the north
coast of Cuba. Still some uncertainty about the exact track,
but regardless of that, it will be a very powerful, extra need dangerous
hurricane, perhaps the most destructive since Andrew back in