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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Friday 4 Sep - Sunday 13 Sep

    The start of the period is likely to start breezy and cool with scattered showers. The showers are most likely across northern and western parts whilst southern areas should see the best of any dry weather. Drier conditions are likely to develop across much of the country into the following week allowing for some sunshine at times. However, further outbreaks of rain and stronger winds are possible across the north of the country at times. There is a small chance that the more unsettled weather could spread to other areas as well. Temperatures should be around average, although it's likely we could see some chilly nights to start of but may turn warmer towards the end of the period.

    Monday 14 Sep - Monday 28 Sep

    Confidence remains low through this period however more unsettled conditions look likely to develop across the north of the country, particularly northwestern areas. This will mean some wet spells of weather but with dry periods developing between spells of rain. The south will see the best of any drier and warmer weather however some periods of wetter and windier weather are possible at times. Temperatures will be near or at times a little above average though it may turn warmer across the south and east.

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    So this is what Exeter actually published UK Outlook for Sunday 20 Jan 2019 to Tuesday 29 Jan 2019: Sunday will be cold across the UK, but for many it will be dry; brightest in the southeast

    Yes I have just spent some time comparing their forecast issued on their web site at 0025 with the two latest Fax charts for Tuesday. They seemed at odds and this forecast seems to suggest what I beli

    In reply to this  My thoughts on this are that met 9 times out of 10 will go for the default outcome which is the milder weather or high pressure over the uk scenario!!its just easier for them co

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Saturday 5 Sep - Monday 14 Sep

    The start of the period is likely to start breezy and cool with scattered showers. The showers are most likely across northern and western parts whilst southern areas should see the best of any dry weather. Drier conditions are likely to develop across much of the country into the following week allowing for some sunshine at times. However, further outbreaks of rain and stronger winds are possible across the north of the country at times. There is a small chance that the more unsettled weather could spread to other areas as well. Temperatures should be around average, although it's likely we could see some chilly nights to start off, but may turn warmer towards the end of the period.

    Tuesday 15 Sep - Tuesday 29 Sep

    Confidence remains low through this period however more unsettled conditions look likely to develop across the north of the country, particularly northwestern areas. This will mean some wet spells of weather but with dry periods developing between spells of rain. The south will see the best of any drier and warmer weather however some periods of wetter and windier weather are possible at times. Temperatures will be near or, at times, a little above average, though it may turn warmer across the south and east.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Sunday 6 Sep - Tuesday 15 Sep

    The period is likely to start with changeable conditions across much of the UK, with a good deal of cloud, rain and showers in places. Generally, temperatures are likely to be rather cool across the country but may be near normal in the south. It's likely that we could see some chilly nights to start off with, but they may gradually turn warmer. There is a chance that some rain and stronger winds may develop early next week in the north and west, with the south and east possibly remaining dry. For the rest of the week, further outbreaks of rain and stronger winds are possible across the north of the country, with a small chance that the more changeable weather could spread to other areas as well.

    Wednesday 16 Sep - Wednesday 30 Sep

    In the latter half of the month, much of the UK will likely see changeable conditions with a mixture of dry spells and showers. The best of any drier and warmer conditions will likely be found in the south and there is a slight chance of some warm or very warm spells in southern and eastern areas although confidence is low at this stage. Elsewhere, temperatures are likely to be near or possibly a little above normal.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Monday 7 Sep - Wednesday 16 Sep

    Mostly cloudy and dry on Monday with the odd light shower, though areas of heavier and more persistent rain moving eastward across parts of Scotland. Likely to see mostly settled conditions from the west through the early part of next week with sunny spells, whilst a few showers may be seen mainly in the north. A band of rain expected to move in later in the week, bringing strong winds and heavy rain in places for a time. After clearing eastward, a mix of sunny spells and scattered showers likely to follow. Rather breezy conditions probably persisting though, particularly across the north and west. Temperatures generally near normal throughout the period, perhaps just above normal for a time when the rain moves in midweek.

    Thursday 17 Sep - Thursday 1 Oct

    There is low confidence through the second half of September, but much of the UK will likely see changeable conditions with a mixture of dry spells and showers. The best of any drier and warmer conditions will likely be found in the south and there is a slight chance of some warm or very warm spells in southern and eastern areas although confidence is low at this stage. Northern areas, in particular the northwest, will likely see more unsettled conditions which could spread to other areas. Temperatures away from the south are likely to be near or possibly a little above normal.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Tuesday 8 Sep - Thursday 17 Sep

    Cloudy on Tuesday with areas of rain and drizzle in the north, moving southwards through the day with brighter conditions following. Dry with sunshine in the south. Likely to see mostly settled conditions from the west through the early part of next week with sunny spells, whilst a few showers may be seen mainly in the north. A band of rain expected to move in later in the week, bringing strong winds and heavy rain in places for a time. After clearing eastward, a mix of sunny spells and scattered showers likely to follow. Rather breezy conditions probably persisting though, particularly across the north and west. Temperatures generally near normal throughout the period, perhaps just above normal for a time when the rain moves in midweek.

    Friday 18 Sep - Friday 2 Oct

    There is low confidence through the second half of September, but much of the UK will likely see changeable conditions with a mixture of dry spells and showers. The best of any drier and warmer conditions will likely be found in the south and there is a slight chance of some warm or very warm spells in southern and eastern areas although confidence is low at this stage. Northern areas, in particular the northwest, will likely see more unsettled conditions which could spread to other areas. Temperatures away from the south are likely to be near or possibly a little above normal.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Wednesday 9 Sep - Friday 18 Sep

    A mainly settled start is expected for this period in the south of the UK with fine and dry weather. Although, with clearer skies and lighter winds, mist or fog may form on some nights. More unsettled spells of weather are expected in the north of the UK with rain and strong winds for many, with a risk of this pushing further south at times. Temperatures should be around average for the time of year, however it may be a little cooler than such for some. Although confidence is low for the latter part of this period, it is more likely that we will see a spell of more settled weather for a time, especially across southern counties.

    Saturday 19 Sep - Saturday 3 Oct

    Although confidence is low for this period, more settled weather is expected with lighter winds and drier conditions, especially for the south. Any unsettled weather with rain and stronger winds will most likely affect northern counties, however this may push further south at times. It is expected that it will feel a touch cooler than usual for the time of year.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Thursday 10 Sep - Saturday 19 Sep

    A mainly settled start is expected for this period in the south of the UK with fine and dry weather. Although, with clearer skies and lighter winds, mist or fog may form on some nights. More unsettled spells of weather are expected in the north of the UK with rain and strong winds for many, with a risk of this pushing further south at times. Temperatures should be around average for the time of year, however it may be a little cooler than such for some. Although confidence is low for the latter part of this period, it is more likely that we will see a spell of more settled weather for a time, especially across southern counties.

    Sunday 20 Sep - Sunday 4 Oct

    Although confidence is low for this period, more settled weather is expected with lighter winds and drier conditions, especially for the south. Any unsettled weather with rain and stronger winds will most likely affect northern counties, however this may push further south at times. It is expected that it will feel a touch cooler than usual for the time of year.

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  • Location: Ludgershall, Wiltshire
  • Location: Ludgershall, Wiltshire
    6 hours ago, Summer Sun said:

    Thursday 10 Sep - Saturday 19 Sep

    A mainly settled start is expected for this period in the south of the UK with fine and dry weather. Although, with clearer skies and lighter winds, mist or fog may form on some nights. More unsettled spells of weather are expected in the north of the UK with rain and strong winds for many, with a risk of this pushing further south at times. Temperatures should be around average for the time of year, however it may be a little cooler than such for some. Although confidence is low for the latter part of this period, it is more likely that we will see a spell of more settled weather for a time, especially across southern counties.

    Sunday 20 Sep - Sunday 4 Oct

    Although confidence is low for this period, more settled weather is expected with lighter winds and drier conditions, especially for the south. Any unsettled weather with rain and stronger winds will most likely affect northern counties, however this may push further south at times. It is expected that it will feel a touch cooler than usual for the time of year.

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    No complaints from me if this forecast comes off.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Sunday 13 Sep - Tuesday 22 Sep

    The start of the period is likely to bring change to the weather seen in recent weeks, with conditions expected to become more settled in the up coming days ahead. This settled weather look set to bring temperatures to near normal for most, but the South could see warm or very warm temperature at times. Elsewhere, clear skies and light winds at night may see widespread mist or fog develop. The warm weather in the south could also harbour some thundery activity particularly for the South West after a prolonged warm spell. Uncertainty lies in the duration of the settled weather, with a potential of a return to more changeable, unsettled weather by the end of the period.

    Wednesday 23 Sep - Wednesday 7 Oct

    Confidence becomes very low for this period, but a changeable few week ahead looks most likely. The whole of the UK looks likely to see a weekly alternating set up between unsettled conditions, which would see typical autumnal wet and windy weather, followed by sunnier more settled conditions. Overall temperatures are likely to average out to near normal, but are likely to fluctuate with the weather, with the unsettled conditions bringing cooler spells, followed by warmer spells as it settles back down.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Monday 14 Sep - Wednesday 23 Sep

    The start of the period is likely to bring a change to the weather seen in recent weeks, with conditions expected to become more settled in the upcoming days. This settled weather looks set to bring temperatures to above normal for most, with the South possibly seeing warm or very warm temperature at times. Elsewhere, clear skies and light winds at night may see widespread mist or fog develop. The warm weather in the south could also harbour some thundery activity, particularly for the South West after a prolonged warm spell. Uncertainty lies in the duration of the settled weather, with a potential return to more changeable, unsettled weather by the end of the period.

    Thursday 24 Sep - Thursday 8 Oct

    Confidence becomes very low for this period, but a changeable few week ahead looks most likely. The whole of the UK looks likely to see a weekly alternating set up between unsettled conditions, which would see typical autumnal wet and windy weather, followed by sunnier more settled conditions. Overall temperatures are likely to average out to near normal, but are likely to fluctuate with the weather, with the unsettled conditions bringing cooler spells, followed by warmer spells as it settles back down.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Tuesday 15 Sep - Thursday 24 Sep

    Initially the settled weather is likely to continue for most. This will bring above average temperatures in many locations, with southern areas in particular possibly seeing very warm or hot conditions by day. However, the warm weather in the south could also bring an increased risk of showers and thundery activity, particularly for the southwest. Overnight where cloud breaks allow, light winds will allow the development of mist or fog. Beyond midweek it is uncertain how long this spell of settled conditions will continue for. There is a broad signal for the potential return of more unsettled and changeable conditions to extend across western and in particular southwestern areas, whilst conditions may remain more settled across eastern and in particular northeastern areas, albeit with temperatures falling closer to average here.

    Friday 25 Sep - Friday 9 Oct

    Confidence becomes very low for this period, but a changeable few week ahead looks most likely. The whole of the UK looks likely to see an alternating set up between unsettled conditions, which would see typical autumnal wet and windy weather, followed by sunnier more settled conditions. Overall temperatures are likely to average out to near normal, but are likely to fluctuate with the weather, with the unsettled conditions perhaps bringing cooler spells, followed by warmer spells, especially by day as it settles back down.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Wednesday 16 Sep - Friday 25 Sep

    Mainly dry, settled weather seems likely to continue through the middle and perhaps the latter part of next week, bringing sunny spells. The best of these conditions will likely be found in the northwest. However, there is a chance of the odd thundery shower, more especially in southern and southwestern areas. Above average temperatures are likely for many locations and it could be very warm in the south, whilst the northeast may feel rather cold. Strong easterly winds many develop, particularly in southern and central areas. It is very uncertain how long this spell of more settled conditions will continue. There is potential to see more unsettled conditions becoming more widespread across the UK at times, bringing spells of wet and windy conditions with temperatures falling closer to average.

    Saturday 26 Sep - Saturday 10 Oct

    Confidence becomes very low by the start of this period, but a changeable few weeks looks most likely. The UK is likely to see alternating periods of relatively settled weather, bringing an increased risk of mist and fog in the morning, and more unsettled conditions, which would see typical autumnal wet and windy weather. Overall, temperatures are expected to average out during this period around or slightly above the normal. However, variations are to be expected as a result of the shifting weather systems, giving potential for both warm and cold spells.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Thursday 17 Sep - Saturday 26 Sep

    Mainly dry, settled weather seems likely to continue through the middle and perhaps the latter part of next week, bringing sunny spells. The best of these conditions will likely be found in the northwest. However, there is a chance of the odd thundery shower, more especially in southern and southwestern areas. Above average temperatures are likely for many locations and it could be very warm in the south, whilst the northeast may feel rather cold. Strong easterly winds many develop, particularly in southern and central areas. It is very uncertain how long this spell of more settled conditions will continue. There is potential to see more unsettled conditions becoming more widespread across the UK at times, bringing spells of wet and windy conditions with temperatures falling closer to average.

    Sunday 27 Sep - Sunday 11 Oct

    Confidence becomes very low by the start of this period, but a changeable few weeks looks most likely. The UK is likely to see alternating periods of relatively settled weather, bringing an increased risk of mist and fog in the morning, and more unsettled conditions, which would see typical autumnal wet and windy weather. Overall, temperatures are expected to average out during this period around or slightly above the normal. However, variations are to be expected as a result of the shifting weather systems, giving potential for both warm and cold spells.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Friday 18 Sep - Sunday 27 Sep

    Mainly dry, settled weather seems likely to continue through the middle and perhaps the latter part of next week, bringing sunny spells. The best of these conditions will likely be found in the northwest. However, there is a chance of the odd thundery shower, more especially in southern and southwestern areas. Above average temperatures are likely for many locations and it could be very warm in the south, whilst the northeast may feel rather cold. Strong easterly winds many develop, particularly in southern and central areas. It is very uncertain how long this spell of more settled conditions will continue. There is potential to see more unsettled conditions becoming more widespread across the UK at times, bringing spells of wet and windy conditions with temperatures falling closer to average.

    Monday 28 Sep - Monday 12 Oct

    Confidence becomes very low by the start of this period, but a changeable few weeks looks most likely. The UK is likely to see alternating periods of relatively settled weather, bringing an increased risk of mist and fog in the morning, and more unsettled conditions, which would see typical autumnal wet and windy weather. Overall, temperatures are expected to average out during this period around or slightly above the normal. However, variations are to be expected as a result of the shifting weather systems, giving potential for both warm and cold spells.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Sunday 20 Sep - Tuesday 29 Sep

    Remaining mainly dry with sunny spells and light winds for most parts on Sunday and into the start of next week. Any isolated mist and fog patches in the north each morning quickly clearing. However, the far south and southwest will remain breezy with possible thundery showers. Temperatures around average for many though probably warm in the south. A spell of wet and windy conditions likely to arrive in the northwest on Tuesday. Through the rest of the week confidence is low with the most likely scenario a transition to more unsettled conditions. Some longer spells of rain or showers for a time are likely, the rain could be heavy in places, wettest and windiest in the north and west. Temperatures around average, possibly turning rather cold in the north.

    Wednesday 30 Sep - Wednesday 14 Oct

    Confidence remains low for this period. It seems likely that there could be changeable conditions with alternating periods of relatively settled weather, bringing an increased risk of mist and fog in the morning, and more unsettled conditions. The best of any settled spells will be in the south and there is a signal that these could become more prolonged during early October. Overall, temperatures are expected to be around or slightly above the normal. However, variations are to be expected as a result of the shifting weather systems, giving potential for both warm and cold spells.

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  • Location: Windermere 120m asl
  • Location: Windermere 120m asl

    'Turning rather cold in the north', hint of an air source from the north with first cold edge to it.. models suggesting a cold NW/N flow may develop by next weekend.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Tuesday 22 Sep - Thursday 1 Oct

    Remaining mainly dry on Tuesday, with sunny spells and light winds for most. Some isolated mist and fog patches in the south and east to start but quickly clearing. However, wet and windy conditions in the northwest will tend to spread a little further southeastward and there is a chance of showers, possibly heavy, in the south. Through the rest of the week the transition to more unsettled conditions looks likely to continue spreading southeastward across the country. Some longer spells of rain or showers for a time are likely, the rain could be heavy in places, wettest and windiest in the north and west. Despite this, there are still likely to be some drier and brighter interludes. Temperatures around average, possibly turning rather cold in the north and northwest.

    Friday 2 Oct - Friday 16 Oct

    Confidence remains low for this period. It seems most likely that it will be changeable, with alternating periods of relatively settled weather bringing an increased risk of mist and fog in the morning, and more unsettled conditions. The best of any settled spells will be in the south and there is a signal that these could become more prolonged during early October. Overall, temperatures are expected to be around or slightly above the normal. However, variations are to be expected as a result of the shifting weather systems, giving potential for both warm and cold spells.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Wednesday 23 Sep - Friday 2 Oct

    A largely unsettled picture looking ahead through the forecast period. A band of rain and showers is expected to move eastward across the country through Wednesday, bringing strengthening winds and possibly gales later in the west. Generally windy conditions coupled with further spells of rain and showers will continue through the rest of the week and likely into the following week too, heaviest most probable in the north and northeast which may also see gales at times. Meanwhile there may still be brief interludes of drier and sunnier weather, most likely perhaps in the south and southwest. Temperatures will generally be cool and overnight frost may be seen in prone parts of the north as and when calmer spells of weather allow.

    Saturday 3 Oct - Saturday 17 Oct

    The early part of October is looking to be a cool and unsettled period at first. Overall, southern parts may see the most of dry and brighter spells whilst the wettest and windiest weather will be most likely across the north and northwest. Later in the month, conditions may generally begin to settle down and temperatures may nudge back towards average or slightly above average for the time of year, though with significant variation between warm and cool spells. Morning fog and patchy frost may also become more prevalent towards mid-month.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Thursday 24 Sep - Saturday 3 Oct

    A largely unsettled picture looking ahead through the forecast period, starting with showers and longer spells of rain on Thursday. Generally windy conditions coupled with spells of rain and showers will continue through the week and likely into the following week too, with those showers becoming heavy and blustery at times. The heaviest rain most likely in the north and northwest which may also see gales at times. Meanwhile there may still be brief interludes of drier and sunnier weather, most likely perhaps in the south and southwest. Temperatures will generally be rather cool, potentially cooler in more persistent rainfall, and overnight frost may be seen in prone parts of the north as and when calmer spells of weather allow.

    Sunday 4 Oct - Sunday 18 Oct

    The early part of October is looking to be a cool and unsettled period at first. Overall, southern parts may see the most of dry and brighter spells whilst the wettest and windiest weather will be most likely across the north and northwest. Later in the month, conditions may generally begin to settle down and temperatures may nudge back towards average or slightly above average for the time of year, though with significant variation between warm and cool spells. Morning fog and patchy frost may also become more prevalent towards mid-month.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Friday 25 Sep - Sunday 4 Oct

    It is set to be a continued unsettled picture looking ahead through the forecast period. Generally windy conditions coupled with spells of rain and showers will continue through the weekend and likely into the following week as well, with those showers becoming heavy and blustery at times. The heaviest rain most likely in the north and northeast, which may also see gales at times. Meanwhile, there may still be brief interludes of drier and sunnier weather, most likely in the south and southwest. Temperatures will generally be rather cool, potentially cooler in more persistent rainfall, and overnight frost may be seen in prone parts of the north as and when calmer spells of weather allow.

    Monday 5 Oct - Monday 19 Oct

    During the early part of October, a cool and unsettled period is likely. Overall, southern parts may see the most of any dry and brighter spells, whilst the wettest and windiest weather will be most likely across the north and northwest. Towards the middle of the month, conditions may begin to settle down and temperatures may nudge back towards average or slightly above average for the time of year, though with significant variation between warmer and colder spells. Morning fog and patchy frost may also become more prevalent towards mid-month.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Saturday 26 Sep - Monday 5 Oct

    The coming weekend will see a brief period of drier weather on Saturday, though it will be cold with grass frost possible widely. Looking further ahead however, it is set to return to an unsettled picture. Generally windy weather coupled with spells of rain and showers will likely continue through next week, with those showers becoming heavy and blustery at times. The heaviest rain most likely in the north and northwest, which may also see gales at times. Meanwhile, there may still be brief interludes of drier and sunnier weather, most likely in the south and southeast. Temperatures will generally be rather cool, potentially cooler in more persistent rainfall, and overnight frost may be seen in prone parts of the north as and when calmer spells of weather allow.

    Tuesday 6 Oct - Tuesday 20 Oct

    Further into October, conditions may begin to settle down and temperatures may nudge back towards average or slightly above average for the time of year, though with significant variation between warmer and colder spells. Morning fog and patchy frost may also become more prevalent towards mid-month.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Sunday 27 Sep - Tuesday 6 Oct

    A brief period of drier weather on Sunday, though it will be cool with a ground frost possible even in the south. Into the start of next week, it is set to return to an unsettled picture. Generally windy weather coupled with showers and occasional longer spells of rain. The heaviest rain most likely in the north and northwest, which may also see gales at times. Although in the east and southeast, there may still be brief interludes of drier and sunnier weather. Temperatures will generally be rather cool, potentially cooler in more persistent rainfall, and overnight frost may be seen in prone parts of the north as and when calmer spells of weather allow.

    Wednesday 7 Oct - Wednesday 21 Oct

    Further into October, conditions are likely to remain unsettled for most. The most unsettled conditions being in southern areas. Generally windy with a chance of gales however the risk of gales reduces later in the period. Feeling cool throughout with a risk of overnight frost. Lighter winds means that morning fog patches may also become more prevalent towards mid-month.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Monday 28 Sep - Wednesday 7 Oct

    Cloud and outbreaks of drizzle affecting the east and west at first with dry weather in between on Monday. Initially many places dry Tuesday before cloud and rain arrive later. Into the middle of next week, it is set to return to unsettled conditions. There will be generally windy weather coupled with showers and occasional longer spells of rain at times. The heaviest rain most likely in the west and northwest, which may also see gales, low likelihood of severe, at times. Although in the east and southeast, there may still be brief interludes of drier and sunnier weather. Temperatures will generally be rather cool, potentially cooler in more persistent rainfall, and overnight frost may be seen in prone parts of the north during any brief interludes of calmer weather.

    Thursday 8 Oct - Thursday 22 Oct

    Further into October, conditions are likely to remain unsettled for most. The most unsettled conditions being in southern areas. Generally windy with a chance of gales however the risk of gales reduces later in the period. Feeling cool throughout with a risk of overnight frost. Lighter winds means that morning fog patches may also become more prevalent towards mid-month.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Wednesday 30 Sep - Friday 9 Oct

    An unsettled period, with plenty of showers and some occasional longer spells of rain across much of the country. Some drier and brighter spells are possible at times, which will most likely in southern and eastern areas. The heaviest and most prolonged spells of rain will be in the north and west to begin with but, with time, they are likely to become more widespread across the UK. It will be generally windy, with a risk of gales at times (potentially severe), particularly in northern and northwestern regions. Feeling cold through much of early October, especially where there is persistent rain and strong winds. Frost is possible at night in any calmer period, especially in northern Britain.

    Saturday 10 Oct - Saturday 24 Oct

    A potential change in the weather is anticipated around the middle of October. Whilst further rain and strong winds are likely at times, spells of fine and dry weather could become more widespread and long-lived. At night, these calmer conditions could allow frost and fog to form more readily. At this time of year, there is potential for fog to linger well into the daytime. Overall, temperatures probably recovering close to the seasonal average for mid-October.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    Thursday 1 Oct - Saturday 10 Oct

    An unsettled period, with plenty of showers and some occasional longer spells of rain across much of the country. Some drier and brighter spells are possible at times, which will most likely in southern and eastern areas. The heaviest and most prolonged spells of rain will be in the north and west to begin with but, with time, they are likely to become more widespread across the UK. It will be generally windy, with a risk of gales at times (potentially severe), particularly in northern and northwestern regions. Feeling cold through much of early October, especially where there is persistent rain and strong winds. Frost is possible at night in any calmer period, especially in northern Britain.

    Sunday 11 Oct - Sunday 25 Oct

    A potential change in the weather is anticipated around the middle of October. Whilst further rain and strong winds are likely at times, spells of fine and dry weather could become more widespread and long-lived. At night, these calmer conditions could allow frost and fog to form more readily. At this time of year, there is potential for fog to linger well into the daytime. Overall, temperatures probably recovering close to the seasonal average for mid-October.

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