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Today and tomorrowSat 23 Sep - Sun 24 SepMostly fine today. Wet and windy north and west tomorrow.
3-5 day forecastMon 25 Sep - Wed 27 Sep
Long range forecastThu 28 Sep - Sun 22 Oct
Today and tomorrow
A chilly and misty start for some. Plenty of dry weather during the day with sunny spells. However, a few showers, mainly across northeast Scotland, northern and eastern England this morning. Rain and strong winds reaching Northern Ireland later.
Wet and windy weather in the far west, extending north and eastwards to many parts overnight. Turning showery in the north later. Mostly dry with clear spells in the southeast.
Windy, with coastal gales and increasingly heavy and persistent outbreaks of rain affecting the north and west. Much of central, southern and eastern England remaining dry with some warm sunshine.
3 to 5 day forecast
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Rain clearing from the southeast early on Monday to leave sunny spells, with blustery showers in the north. Showers more widespread on Tuesday. Turning very wet and windy on Wednesday.
Long range forecast
Thursday 28 Sep - Saturday 7 Oct
The end of September is likely to see a mixture of showers, periods of heavier rain and some brief, drier interludes. The wettest conditions are most probable across north-western areas and may be accompanied by spells of strong winds. Elsewhere, it is likely to be calmer, with eastern and south-eastern areas expected to see the best of any dry or bright spells, though this does not discount unsettled weather in these areas. Temperatures are likely close to, or slightly above average, with some mild nights. The changeable theme will likely continue into early October, with settled spells and periods of rain and showers, but there is a chance of a more prolonged period of settled weather, most probable in the southeast, which might also lead to some chillier nights.
Sunday 8 Oct - Sunday 22 Oct
Indications are for a continuation of the changeable conditions early in the period, with some dry and settled conditions interspersed with spells of rain and showers. Further into the month, there is a possibility that unsettled, wet weather may become more common, which could result in southern areas being wetter than usual for the time of year. Northern areas, however, may see slightly less rainfall than usual. It is likely that temperatures will be above average for October, though it may feel chilly overnight in any clear and settled conditions.