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UK Outlook for Tuesday 21 Sep 2010 to Thursday 30 Sep 2010:

Early in the period rain will affect western areas at times, with drier and brighter conditions in the east. Some of the rain could be heavy. The wet weather may spread to the rest of the UK on Wednesday, although the far southeast should stay drier. Cooler, more showery weather is likely to move into the west behind the rain. Later next week there may be a drier and brighter period over the northeast of Britain, before more unsettled weather spreads to all areas from the west. There is a risk of gales and heavy rain in western areas. Later in the period the unsettled weather will probably continue, with more windy and rainy weather. Temperatures will tend to be near-normal, but perhaps above normal in the east at first.

Updated: 1205 on Thu 16 Sep 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 22 Sep 2010 to Friday 1 Oct 2010:

Early in the period, rain affecting the west should edge eastwards, perhaps with heavy showers preceding this in the southwest. Cooler, brighter and more showery weather should then move into the west behind the rain. Into next weekend, drier and brighter conditions are expected over the northeast of Britain, before more unsettled weather spreads in from the west later, with the northwest most likely to see heavier, more persistent rain and possibly gales at times. Conversely, the brightest and warmest conditions should be towards the south and southeast. After the weekend, unsettled conditions should continue with more wind and rain; predominantly in the northwest, though affecting all areas at times. Temperatures will tend to be near-normal, but perhaps above normal in the southeast at first.

Updated: 1150 on Fri 17 Sep 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Thursday 23 Sep 2010 to Saturday 2 Oct 2010:

Probably dry in the southeast at first, but outbreaks of rain, locally heavy, in many western parts soon extending east to these areas. Towards the weekend it is expected to remain unsettled, with the rainfall becoming more showery at times. There should also be some drier and brighter spells for most areas during the same period. This unsettled pattern will probably last throughout much of the following week, with the brightest and warmest conditions more likely towards the south and southeast, and with more in the way of prolonged periods of rain and windier conditions towards the north and west. Temperatures will tend to be near-normal, but perhaps above normal at first, especially towards the southeast.

Updated: 1244 on Sat 18 Sep 2010

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UK Outlook for Saturday 25 Sep 2010 to Monday 4 Oct 2010:

Outbreaks of rain are likely to affect the southern half of the UK on Saturday. Drier and brighter in the north with just a few showers possible in Scotland. A noticeable northerly wind will give a cool start to the outlook period. Sunday should be generally dry but indications show that more wet and windy weather is likely to move into northern and western parts from Monday and to all parts by Wednesday. Temperatures will remain near to normal for the last week in September although the odd patch of overnight ground frost cannot be ruled out. Towards the end of September and into October there is likely to be a return to unsettled conditions with wet windy conditions for many. Temperatures will tend to be near-normal.

Updated: 1212 on Mon 20 Sep 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Sunday 26 Sep 2010 to Tuesday 5 Oct 2010:

Sunday should be generally dry, but indications suggest that wet and windy weather is likely to move into northern and western parts from Monday and to all parts by Wednesday. The southeast of the UK is expected to remain driest for longest. Temperatures will initially be below average for many areas, although should recover to near normal for the last week of September. However, the odd patch of overnight ground frost cannot be ruled out, especially early on. This unsettled spell is likely to continue into the start of October with further periods of rain or showers. Generally becoming quite breezy with strong winds possible at times, and a risk of gales in exposure, especially in the northwest. Temperatures near or slightly above normal.

Updated: 1203 on Tue 21 Sep 2010

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UK Outlook for Monday 27 Sep 2010 to Wednesday 6 Oct 2010:

Many areas dry, but fairly cloudy at first. However, outbreaks of rain or showers are expected to continue across parts of eastern and southeastern England, especially on Monday. Starting to become more generally unsettled from the west later on Tuesday and Wednesday with spells of rain or showers for many. This unsettled spell is likely to continue into the start of October with further periods of rain or showers, with more eastern parts seeing the driest conditions. Generally becoming quite breezy across the country, with strong winds possible at times, and a risk of gales in exposure, especially in the far west and northwest. After a cool start, with the risk of overnight ground frost, temperatures are expected to recover to near or slightly above normal.

Updated: 1202 on Wed 22 Sep 2010

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 28 Sep 2010 to Thursday 7 Oct 2010:

Conditions rather cloudy at first, although across eastern parts of the UK also settled. More unsettled conditions developing across western regions early in the period will spread slowly and erratically eastwards. This will leave changeable conditions with showers or longer spells of rain across the UK by the latter part of next week. Turning windier too, especially to the west, where the rain will also be heavy at times. Thereafter, conditions remain changeable and, at times, windy with showers or longer spells of rain interspersed by drier and brighter interludes. Temperatures will be near or just below normal with local overnight frost at first, then near or just above normal the early October average with milder, frost-free nights later.

Updated: 1227 on Thu 23 Sep 2010

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 29 Sep 2010 to Friday 8 Oct 2010:

Unsettled throughout, with heavy rain most likely in the west. The southeast and some central parts should stay dry on Wednesday, before rain moves eastwards to most areas at times. After a brief drier spell on Thursday more rain may move in from the west. Mild for most at night. Windy at times in the north and west, with a risk of gales. From Friday through the weekend, staying unsettled but perhaps drier in the east at times. Showers or rain for most, some of which will be heavy, particularly in the south and southwest. Staying windy. After the weekend conditions stay unsettled with periods of rain, but also the occasional brighter spell, especially in the east. Temperatures near normal throughout with little risk of frost.

Updated: 1254 on Fri 24 Sep 2010

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UK Outlook for Saturday 2 Oct 2010 to Monday 11 Oct 2010:

The unsettled pattern looks set to continue throughout this period. Saturday and Sunday will see outbreaks of rain, heavy and prolonged at times, but with clearer, brighter interludes. It will be windy at times with the possibility of gales, or severe gales, chiefly in exposed locations chiefly in the far northwest. Temperatures are expected to be near normal. Into the following week, and for the remainder of the outlook period, the weather remains unsettled with further outbreaks of rain, heavy and prolonged in places at times, but with drier interludes offering occasional respite from the rain. It is expected to remain windy, particularly in the northwest and also in the south for a time with the possibility of gales or severe gales. Temperatures are expected to remain near normal.

Updated: 1222 on Mon 27 Sep 2010

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UK Outlook for Sunday 3 Oct 2010 to Tuesday 12 Oct 2010:

The unsettled pattern looks set to continue through next week with outbreaks of rain, heavy and prolonged at times. It will often be windy with gales or severe gales at times, chiefly in more exposed northern, western and southwestern parts. Temperatures are expected to be generally near or just above normal with nights largely mild and frost-free. Into the following weekend, the weather remains unsettled with further outbreaks of rain, heavy and prolonged at times, especially in northern and western United Kingdom. Towards the end of the period there is a chance that more settled conditions may prevail particularly in southern and eastern parts of the United Kingdom. Temperatures are expected to remain near normal.

Updated: 1220 on Tue 28 Sep 2010

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 5 Oct 2010 to Thursday 14 Oct 2010:

It is expected to stay unsettled with periods of rain, heavy and prolonged at times, but there should be some drier and brighter spells at times too. Towards the end of this week, the greatest risk of heavy and prolonged rainfall looks to be across western parts of the UK, with the best of any dry and bright weather expected mainly towards the east. This unsettled theme currently looks likely to last through the rest of the period too. Winds will be quite strong, with coastal gales at times, especially in the northwest. However, despite the wind and rain, temperatures should be near normal with relatively mild nights and little in the way of overnight frosts.

Updated: 1214 on Thu 30 Sep 2010

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 6 Oct 2010 to Friday 15 Oct 2010:

On Wednesday (6th), early cloud and rain over northern and eastern parts should clear, although rain may be heavy at first. Showery conditions will affect most other parts, with showers becoming mostly confined to western areas on Thursday. However, persistent wet weather is expected to return from the west in the evening. Becoming unsettled from Friday (8th), especially in the west with periods of persistent rain or showers. Eastern parts of the UK have the greatest chance of more settled conditions. From next week, settled conditions may spread to many parts, with a good deal of dry weather but cloudy with the risk of mist and fog at times. Generally windy for many, with temperatures close to normal, but a little above in southeastern England.

Updated: 1228 on Fri 1 Oct 2010

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UK Outlook for Thursday 7 Oct 2010 to Saturday 16 Oct 2010:

On Thursday (7th), early rain in the east should clear leaving drier, brighter conditions for a time. Showers and longer spells of rain are likely to move in to the west. Unsettled weather continuing in the west with periods of persistent rain or showers. Eastern parts of the UK have the greatest chance of more settled conditions. From the following week, settled conditions may spread to many parts, with a good deal of dry weather but cloudy with the risk of mist and fog at times. Generally windy for many. Temperatures close to normal, but a little above in southeastern England, especially in brighter spells. However, also risk of frost towards the end during cool clear nights.

Updated: 1218 on Sat 2 Oct 2010

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UK Outlook for Friday 8 Oct 2010 to Sunday 17 Oct 2010:

An unsettled and autumnal period for the UK, with spells of rain turning heavy at times, and with intervening drier and brighter conditions. The west of the UK will be more prone to wetter and windier weather, with a chance of gales and possibly severe gales near exposed coasts and upland areas during the period. The east of the UK, whilst probably remaining unsettled, should see the best drier and brighter spells, with a chance of this drier weather gradually making inroads into other parts of the UK. Daytime temperatures start a little above normal, with mild nights following, but temperatures as a whole tend towards more usual values towards the end of the period with an increased risk of frost.

Updated: 1202 on Sun 3 Oct 2010

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UK Outlook for Saturday 9 Oct 2010 to Monday 18 Oct 2010:

More settled and mainly dry weather with some bright and sunny spells looks to make inroads into the country from the north and east during the weekend, with wetter conditions more likely towards the southwest of the UK. Strong winds and gales are possible for a time towards the southwest; particularly around exposed coasts and in upland areas. Winds remain fresh into the following week in many parts, though falling lighter inland overnight. Towards the end of the second week there is a gradual trend towards a return more unsettled conditions, with rain a greater likelihood across the UK. Daytime temperatures start a little above normal, with mild nights following, but temperatures as a whole tend towards more usual values around the midweek period with an increased risk of frost.

Updated: 1216 on Mon 4 Oct 2010

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UK Outlook for Sunday 10 Oct 2010 to Tuesday 19 Oct 2010:

The period starts with fine, dry weather with plenty of sunshine for most areas; only hills and coasts of the northeast and far west and south are likely to be cloudier with a little drizzle. Northern regions also windy at first. The south will also be windy, particularly in exposed areas. Going through the week eastern and northeastern areas will see a good deal of cloud, and this will spread into central and some southern areas mid-week. The south also remains windy. Towards the end of the week some cloud and rain may reach parts of the west. While next weekend remains mainly settled, unsettled conditions could spread erratically eastwards going into the new week. Temperatures generally above average at first, but colder in eastern coastal areas, near normal later.

Updated: 1213 on Tue 5 Oct 2010

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UK Outlook for Monday 11 Oct 2010 to Wednesday 20 Oct 2010:

Next week starts generally dry in most areas, with the best of the sun to the west. Some eastern and northeastern parts will be cloudier with drizzle on hills and coasts. Winds light in the north but stronger in the south with a risk of gales in exposed areas at first. Later next week some far northwestern areas may turn cloudier with some rain at times. Winds in the south becoming lighter later next week, while strengthening in the far northwest. From late next weekend onwards more unsettled conditions may begin edging in slowly from the west, eastern parts probably remaining dry throughout . Risk of frost in the north at first and later the south. Daytime temperatures generally just above average at first then normal or just below later.

Updated: 1226 on Wed 6 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 12 Oct 2010 to Thursday 21 Oct 2010:

Next week will start generally dry in most areas, with the best of the sun likely to be in the west with some eastern and northeastern parts cloudier with drizzle in places. Winds will be light in the north but strong in the south. Later next week some northwestern areas may turn windier with rain at times. These cloudier and wetter conditions may edge southwards through the weekend and into the following week. However, southern and eastern parts will probably remain dry into the first part of the following week. There is likely to be a risk of frost at times in the north at first and later the south. Daytime temperatures generally near or slightly below normal.

Updated: 1204 on Thu 7 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 13 Oct 2010 to Friday 22 Oct 2010:

Generally fairly cloudy with occasional bright or sunny spells and light winds at first, although it will be breezy in the south. Turning breezy in the north by the end of next week with cloud generally building and an increasing chance of light rain, but winds easing in the south. Remaining generally dry with light winds and variable cloud for most, but cloudy and breezy in the north. Southern and western areas most likely to see the best of the sunshine. Daytime and overnight temperatures will be around or just below average during the end of next week, but becoming below average, with a risk of frost overnight, by the end of the following week.

Updated: 1206 on Fri 8 Oct 2010

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UK Outlook for Thursday 14 Oct 2010 to Saturday 23 Oct 2010:

Generally fairly cloudy with occasional bright or sunny spells and mainly light winds at first, but becoming windier in the far north. Remaining generally dry for most areas into the following week with the best of any sunshine across the south and east, however occasional light rain or drizzle may affect some western and northern areas at times. By the end of the period, still remaining largely settled, especially across the south and east, but the possibility of more unsettled conditions towards the northwest. Daytime and overnight temperatures will be around or just below average during the end of next week, however there is an increasing risk of ground frost across more southern parts during the following week, especially given any clear skies overnight.

Updated: 1227 on Sat 9 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Friday 15 Oct 2010 to Sunday 24 Oct 2010:

Generally fairly cloudy with occasional bright or sunny spells and mainly light winds at first especially in the south, but becoming more changeable for many areas during this weekend. Remaining fairly changeable for most areas into the following week, especially for the north and east, with the best of the sunshine across the south and west. By the end of the period, the generally changeable theme is expected to continue, with occasional rain or showers, but some drier and brighter intervals as well. Daytime and overnight temperatures will be around or just below average by the end of next week, however there is an increasing risk of ground frost across more southern and western parts later, especially given any clear skies overnight.

Updated: 1201 on Sun 10 Oct 2010

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UK Outlook for Friday 15 Oct 2010 to Sunday 24 Oct 2010:

Dry and bright conditions in the south at first that should gradually erode from the northwest through the first weekend. This will give a showery picture across the UK, with these showers heavier and more frequent in the north and west, with higher winds expected here also. Into the new week unsettled conditions prevail, with sunny spells and showers separated by periods of rain possible across the country, and with the focus of higher winds likely to shift from the north to the south. Towards the end of the week, quieter, more settled weather is expected in the southwest, with an unsettled theme further north and east, with rain expected here at times. Temperatures near-normal for the time of year throughout, with a risk of overnight ground frost in shelter.

Updated: 1223 on Mon 11 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Sunday 17 Oct 2010 to Tuesday 26 Oct 2010:

Dry and bright conditions in southern parts of the UK at first, with cloud and outbreaks of rain in the north and northwest gradually spreading southwards to much of the country by Monday evening. A mainly unsettled theme is expected from Tuesday (19th) with showers or longer outbreaks of rain for many, heaviest and most persistent in north and northeastern parts of the UK, but with some sunshine towards the west. The remainder of the period starts unsettled, with rain and strong winds in eastern parts, and the best of any dry and bright weather towards the west and southwest, especially towards the end of the period. Temperatures will gradually become cooler than normal, with a risk of overnight ground frost in shelter. Winds will be quite brisk too.

Updated: 1215 on Tue 12 Oct 2010

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UK Outlook for Monday 18 Oct 2010 to Wednesday 27 Oct 2010:

On Monday into Tuesday a band of rain will clear southeastwards across England and Wales, followed by breezy, brighter and showery conditions across much of the UK which will last well into next week. The showers are likely to be blustery and most frequent and heaviest in the north and west, and later in the east. Gales are likely at times in exposed areas, especially in the north and east. Becoming considerably colder as winds come from the north or northwest. Snow is likely on Scottish mountains with an increasing risk of overnight frost in many areas. A drier interlude is possible before a return to nearer normal temperatures is expected towards the following weekend, bringing some wet weather at times to northwestern areas.

Updated: 1220 on Wed 13 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 19 Oct 2010 to Thursday 28 Oct 2010:

All areas will have sunny spells and blustery showers with these conditions lasting well into next week. The showers are likely to be most frequent and heaviest in the north and west at first, and later in the east. Gales are likely at times in exposed areas, especially in the north and east. It will be generally cold as winds come from a northerly direction. Snow is likely on high ground in Scotland and perhaps to low levels in the extreme north with an increasing risk of overnight frost in many areas. Towards the following weekend there will be some drier interludes but it will remain predominantly unsettled into the following week with temperatures below normal for much of the time.

Updated: 1214 on Thu 14 Oct 2010

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_weather.html

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