Detailed weather forecast.
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The weather is changing. There's some much-needed rain on the way.
It's going to be a little warmer for a while but then some cooler
weather in the outlook.
We've got a mixture of sunshine and showers on Sunday,
this rain clears away, it's heading up towards the
northern isles of Scotland.
Those showers following in on a south-westerly
breeze and some of the showers could be a little heavy
in the afternoon across Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Temperatures here round about 15, 16 degrees.
Bit warmer than that for England and Wales.
Fairly well scattered showers.
A lot of places will be dry but the showers could
line up in bands. One such band from the southwest
of England towards the home counties.
Temperatures in the southeast could get as high as 19,
perhaps 20. Very pleasant day in the sunshine.
Those showers do fade away fairly quickly in the evening,
that band of rain clears away from Shetland and then
we see the wind picking up in the west, the cloud
increasing and more rain on the way.
This rain could be quite substantial.
Eastern areas likely to be dry,
a little chilly for a while.
We look out into the Atlantic to see what's
heading our way and this area of low pressure's
coming from a long way south and it brings with it
some quite warm air and the potential for
some heavy rain, too. The winds will be picking up.
We'll be looking at strong to gale-force winds
around many western hills and coastal areas,
and that rain will be heavier over western hills,
probably not that much rain for East Anglia and
the southeast of England and it should turn drier
across much of Scotland and Northern Ireland.
The temperatures, even with cloud and rain, 16 degrees,
18 in the southeast.
Rather messy weather picture for Monday and into Tuesday.
We've got this weather front dangled somewhere across the UK,
across some central areas.
Either side of that, we've got sunshine and some showers
towards the northwest, some cooler, fresher air towards the
southeast, quite warm and humid.
Temperatures may get higher than 21 in-between
that weather front, initially quite weak on Tuesday.
And there may not be a lot of rain.
However, we've got a little bump on that weather front
that will enhance the rainfall overnight and into
Wednesday and the heaviest of the rain likely to be
across England and Wales,
perhaps eventually coming into the southeast of England
where temperatures are going to be hitting 20 degrees.
Northwest Scotland and Northern Ireland missing
out on most of the rain, no more than a few showers.
Then we've got these areas of low pressure essentially
dumbelling around each other and we're going to find
some rain pushing in across the southeast of England
overnight, and during Thursday that band of rain eases away
out into the North Sea.
Things start to become a little bit drier,
we're left with some sunshine and showers and
temperatures a bit lower.
All that warmer air we had in the southeast
gets pushed into the near continent
and instead cooler conditions come down,
together with more of a north-westerly breeze.
So, next weekend onwards, areas of low pressure near the UK tracking
to the north and ending up out in northern parts of the North Sea.
High pressure building in the west, northerly wind, and the
possibility of some rain across eastern areas of the UK.
Drier out to the west closer to that area of high pressure,
so we'll see some sunshine around, generally dry conditions,
whereas towards the north and the east of the UK there's a chance
of some rain. Here's the summary - it is going to be turning cooler,
brighter, drier in the west, some rain at times in the east,
and that cooler weather enhanced by
quite a brisk wind around as well.
So some changes on the way.