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I'm sure you know how it works by now, we give
you the next few days forecast in considerable detail
and then take a look at what's coming our way
from about the middle of next week on towards the end of the week.
Wednesday offered up some really lovely weather across northern
and western parts of the British Isles.
Speckled cloud for the most part,
a complete contrast as I drag you further south
and east where we become entangled with quite an active weather front.
It was that miserable across not only London
but a portion of the south and east of the British Isles.
The 36 hour rainfall totals to Wednesday evening.
Many locations there pushing towards,
if not exceeding two inches.
When will it improve in that neck of the woods?
As early as Thursday.
That front will drift away towards the near continent.
The ridge of high pressure
topples in to become very much the dominant feature of Thursday.
Settling things down nicely.
There will be some early rain across the far south-east
but that heads off towards the Channel and the near continent
leaving behind the prospect of a little cloud
developing through the day.
Many areas will be dry.
Save perhaps for the far north and north-west of Scotland
where increasing cloud will bring rain.
The first signs of a change.
That was but a transient ridge, here comes the area of low pressure.
A lot of isobars there.
It will be wet and windy as fronts
head ever further south and east.
It will be into the afternoon before we see that cloud really
getting into East Anglia and the rain to follow.
Does that set us up for the weekend?
The low pressure swings into the northern part of the Norwegian Sea,
the trailing fronts take a time to pull away from the south-east.
But once they do Saturday is shaping up to be a decent day.
It isn't wall to wall sunshine
and there are some showers to be had
on a noticeable breeze in Scotland.
But from Saturday, decent day,
into Sunday that high pressure ridge is still there.
Sunday shaping up to be a pretty decent day.
A lot of dry weather.
Fair amount of sunshine as well.
Temperatures, nothing to write home about.
The breeze is still coming in from the Atlantic.
We're not getting any heat from the continent.
Topping out at 20-21.
That ridge of high pressure is transient because as we start
the new week a new set of weather fronts roll in from the Atlantic.
Again there is the prospect of rain quite extensively across Britain.
Temperatures never better than 21 or 22.
Into the first half of the forthcoming week you
see there is that little ridge of high pressure
so it's not a write off to start the week.
By the middle part of the week we'll be looking into the Atlantic and
the signs are at the moment there could be an area of low pressure.
I show you this sort of thing all the time and here we go again.
New area of low pressure from the Atlantic later in the week,
Thursday or Friday
heading up towards that north-western corner of Scotland.
The over all theme of the coming week looks to be...
That low that I showed you could deliver gales if not severe gales.
We're going to have to keep you updated on that particular feature.