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UK Outlook for Sunday 1 Sep 2013 to Sunday 15 Sep 2013:

Often settled weather is expected to continue into the early part of this forecast period across southern and eastern areas, most likely leaving these regions with spells of fine and pleasantly warm weather. Further north and west, there is a greater chance of rain or showers and cooler temperatures. Thereafter, no strong signals currently exist for the weather running into the middle part of September. As such, further spells of fine weather are possible but equally, relative to the early part of this forecast period, bouts of unsettled weather are also more likely to affect all parts of the UK.

Updated: 1350 on Sun 18 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Saturday 24 Aug 2013 to Monday 2 Sep 2013:

 

Some bright or sunny spells to start on Saturday, these mainly in the east. Through the day and into Sunday it should turn more unsettled from the west, with showers or longer spells of rain possible for many. It will be rather warm especially in the southeast. Into next week and there are likely to be mixed conditions with some fine weather but also showery outbreaks. Southern parts are most at risk with any rain potentially turning thundery. Through the week conditions should turn more settled, and temperatures will return to near normal during the day, and become cooler and fresher overnight. Later in the period and any unsettled weather will tend to affect northern and western areas, with warm and drier than average conditions for the south and east.

 

Updated: 1128 on Mon 19 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 3 Sep 2013 to Tuesday 17 Sep 2013:

 

Often settled weather is expected to continue into the early part of this forecast period across southern and eastern areas, most likely leaving these regions with spells of fine and pleasantly warm weather. Further north and west, there is a greater chance of rain or showers and cooler temperatures. Thereafter, no strong signals currently exist for the weather running into the middle part of September. As such, further spells of fine weather are possible but equally, relative to the early part of this forecast period, bouts of unsettled weather are also more likely to affect all parts of the UK.

 

Updated: 1238 on Mon 19 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 4 Sep 2013 to Wednesday 18 Sep 2013:

At this stage, conditions look slightly more likely than not to be reasonably settled during the early part of this forecast period. Southern and eastern Britain then probably seeing the best of the dry, fine and pleasantly warm weather, whilst further north and west there is a greater chance that fine spells may be interrupted by rain or showers. Thereafter, no strong signals currently exist for the weather running into the middle part of September. As such, further spells of fine weather are possible but equally, relative to the early part of this forecast period, bouts of unsettled weather are also a little more likely to affect all parts of the UK.

Updated: 1232 on Tue 20 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Sunday 25 Aug 2013 to Tuesday 3 Sep 2013:

 

Conditions are most likely to be changeable with variable amounts of cloud and some bright or sunny spells. Cloud will probably be thick enough for some showers or outbreaks of rain at times, though most regions will see some drier spells too. Thereafter, changeable weather should continue with a fair amount of cloud, some bright or sunny spells and showers. Unsettled conditions then probably becoming increasingly confined to northern and some western regions later, leaving the south and east mainly fine and dry. Temperatures largely near normal, perhaps warm in parts of southern Britain. Little change is expected as we head into the start of September, with the north and west most likely to see any unsettled weather and the south and east probably drier and more settled.

Updated: 1223 on Tue 20 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 26 Aug 2013 to Wednesday 4 Sep 2013:

Conditions at the start of next week likely to be on the unsettled side with variable amounts of cloud, some bright or sunny spells, but also a chance of showers. The threat of unsettled weather is then expected to become increasingly confined to northern and western parts of the UK during the course of next week, conditions to the south and east then often fine and dry. Daytime temperatures next week largely near average for late August and perhaps a little above in some southern parts and, as such, feeling quite pleasant during fine spells. Little change is then expected as we head into the start of September, with the north and west most likely to see any unsettled weather and the south and east probably drier and more settled.

Updated: 1210 on Wed 21 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Thursday 5 Sep 2013 to Thursday 19 Sep 2013:

At this stage, conditions look slightly more likely than not to be reasonably settled during the early part of this forecast period. Southern and eastern Britain then probably seeing the best of the dry, fine and pleasantly warm weather, whilst further north and west there is a greater chance that fine spells may be interrupted by rain or showers. Thereafter, no strong signals currently exist for the weather running into the middle part of September. As such, further spells of fine weather are possible but equally, relative to the early part of this forecast period, bouts of unsettled weather are also a little more likely to affect all parts of the UK.

Updated: 1237 on Wed 21 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Tuesday 27 Aug 2013 to Thursday 5 Sep 2013:

Conditions early next week likely to be on the unsettled side, some sunny spells, but also some cloudier periods with rain or showers. The threat of unsettled weather is then expected to become increasingly confined to northwestern parts later next week, conditions further south and east then often fine and dry. Daytime temperatures largely near average for late August and perhaps a little above in some southern parts later next week, so, feeling quite pleasant during fine weather. Nights may well turn cooler than of late though with a greater chance of some mist or fog patches around dawn. Little change is then expected for early September, with the north and west most likely to see any unsettled weather and the south and east probably remaining drier and more settled.

Updated: 1207 on Thu 22 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Friday 6 Sep 2013 to Friday 20 Sep 2013:

At this stage, conditions look slightly more likely than not to be reasonably settled during the early part of this forecast period. Southern and eastern Britain then probably seeing the best of the dry, fine and pleasantly warm weather, whilst further north and west there is a greater chance that fine spells may be interrupted by rain or showers. Thereafter, no strong signals currently exist for the weather running into the middle part of September. As such, further spells of fine weather are possible but equally, relative to the early part of this forecast period, bouts of unsettled weather are also a little more likely to affect all parts of the UK.

Updated: 1242 on Thu 22 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 28 Aug 2013 to Friday 6 Sep 2013:

Most places will remain dry mid-week with variable cloud and sunny spells. However, some rain will push into northwestern parts through Thursday, before weakening as it pushes southeast. Thereafter, changeable weather is expected to become confined to northwestern parts with conditions further south and east often fine and dry. Daytime temperatures largely near average for late August and perhaps warm in some southern parts later next week. Nights may well turn cooler than of late though with a greater chance of some mist or fog patches around dawn. Little change is then expected for early September, with the north and west most likely to see changeable weather and the south and east probably remaining drier, warmer and more settled, but with the continued risk of overnight mist and chilly dawns.

Updated: 1142 on Fri 23 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Saturday 7 Sep 2013 to Saturday 21 Sep 2013:

 

At this stage, conditions look more likely than not to be reasonably settled during the early part of this forecast period. Southern and eastern Britain probably seeing the best of the dry, fine and pleasantly warm weather, whilst further north and west there is a greater chance that fine spells may be interrupted by rain or showers. Thereafter, the probability of more unsettled conditions spreading to much of the country increases still with the chance that fine and settled will prevail across the south and southeast. Temperatures look likely to be near or slightly above normal.

 

Updated: 1327 on Fri 23 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Thursday 29 Aug 2013 to Saturday 7 Sep 2013:

 

Northern areas will be prone to seeing some patchy rain to end the working week, but elsewhere, it should be dry with sunny spells and variable cloud. For the remainder of August and into early September, northern areas look set to remain rather changeable with showers or perhaps longer outbreaks of rain at times. Further south, largely fine and quiet conditions look set to prevail through this period with clear or sunny spells. Daytime temperatures on the whole will be close to normal in the north, but warm at times in the south, especially in the best of the sunshine. That said, southern areas in particular will be prone to chilly nights, given clear skies and light winds, as well as the risk of overnight fog developing.

 

Updated: 1135 on Sat 24 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Sunday 8 Sep 2013 to Sunday 22 Sep 2013:

 

At this stage, conditions look more likely than not to be reasonably settled during the early part of this forecast period. Southern and eastern Britain will probably see the best of the dry, fine and pleasantly warm weather, whilst further north and west there is a greater chance of seeing rain or showers at times. Thereafter, the probability of more unsettled conditions spreading to much of the country increases somewhat, though still with the chance that fine and settled conditions will prevail across the south and southeast. Temperatures look likely to be near or slightly above normal.

 

Updated: 1236 on Sat 24 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Friday 30 Aug 2013 to Sunday 8 Sep 2013:

Northern areas will be prone to seeing some patchy rain to end the working week, but elsewhere, it should be dry with sunny spells and variable cloud. As we move into early September, northern areas look set to remain rather changeable with showers or perhaps longer outbreaks of rain at times. Further south, largely fine and quiet conditions look set to prevail through this period with clear or sunny spells. Daytime temperatures on the whole will be close to normal in the north, but warm at times in the south, especially in the best of the sunshine. That said, given clear skies and light winds, southern areas in particular will be prone to chilly nights as well as the risk of overnight fog developing.

Updated: 1134 on Sun 25 Aug 2013

 

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 9 Sep 2013 to Monday 23 Sep 2013:

At this stage, conditions look more likely than not to be reasonably settled during the early part of this forecast period. Southern and eastern Britain will probably see the best of the dry, fine and pleasantly warm weather, whilst further north and west there is a greater chance of seeing rain or showers at times. Thereafter, the probability of more unsettled conditions spreading to much of the country increases somewhat, though still with the chance that more in the way of fine and settled conditions will prevail across the south and southeast. Temperatures look likely to be near or slightly above normal.

Updated: 1239 on Sun 25 Aug 2013

 

 

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UK Outlook for Friday 30 Aug 2013 to Sunday 8 Sep 2013:

From the end of this working week through into the start of September, northern areas look set to remain rather changeable with showers or perhaps longer outbreaks of rain at times and generally near normal temperatures. Further south, largely fine and quiet conditions look set to prevail through this period with clear or sunny spells, with temperatures locally warm at times. That said, given clear skies and light winds, southern areas in particular will be prone to chilly nights as well as the risk of overnight fog developing. Later next week and into the weekend, there are signs that most areas will see at least some fine, dry weather while the northwest will probably remain more unsettled. Temperatures probably staying near normal, but warm or very warm in the southeast.

Updated: 1128 on Mon 26 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 9 Sep 2013 to Monday 23 Sep 2013:

At this stage, conditions look reasonably settled during the early part of this forecast period. Southern and eastern areas will probably see the best of the dry, fine and pleasantly warm weather, whilst further north and west there is a greater chance of seeing rain or showers at times. Thereafter, the probability of more unsettled conditions spreading to much of the country increases somewhat, though still with the chance that more in the way of fine and settled conditions will prevail across the south and southeast. Temperatures look likely to be near or slightly above normal.

Updated: 1208 on Mon 26 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Sunday 1 Sep 2013 to Tuesday 10 Sep 2013:

September looks set to start with an unsettled, windy spell of weather in the northwest, but elsewhere should be mostly dry with sunny spells. Most places are likely to see some rain early next week but thereafter a north-south split in the weather looks set to develop. Northern areas are likely to remain rather changeable and windy, with showers or perhaps longer outbreaks of rain interspersed with brighter periods and generally near normal temperatures. In the south, some rain or showers are likely, but here there is likely to be more in the way of dry and sunny spells, turning warm at times. Given clear skies and light winds, southern areas in particular will be prone to chilly nights as well as the risk of overnight fog developing.

Updated: 1141 on Tue 27 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 11 Sep 2013 to Wednesday 25 Sep 2013:

Initially, southern and eastern areas will probably see the best of the dry, fine and pleasantly warm weather. Further north and west there is a greater chance of seeing rain or showers at times with risk of gales. Thereafter, the probability of more unsettled conditions spreading to the rest of the country increases, but still with a good chance of seeing some brighter and warmer interludes. Temperatures look likely to be near normal but perhaps slightly above in the south at first.

Updated: 1258 on Tue 27 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 2 Sep 2013 to Wednesday 11 Sep 2013:

An unsettled start to this period, cloud and rain in the north spreading south to affect most places by Wednesday with showers following from the north and west. Rather breezy with strong winds in the north and a risk of gales. Thereafter, a return to more of a northwest-southeast split is likely. Northern and western areas are likely to remain rather changeable and windy, with showers or perhaps longer outbreaks of rain interspersed with brighter periods. Meanwhile, in the south and east, some rain or showers are likely, but here there is likely to be more in the way of dry and sunny spells. Temperatures will be around average initially, but feeling locally warm in the southeast. It is then expected to become cooler with some chilly nights possible.

Updated: 1158 on Wed 28 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Thursday 12 Sep 2013 to Thursday 26 Sep 2013:

Initially, southern and eastern areas will probably see the best of any dry, fine and pleasantly warm weather. Further north and west there is a greater chance of seeing rain or showers at times with risk of gales. Thereafter, the probability of more unsettled conditions spreading to the rest of the country increases, but still with a good chance of seeing some brighter and warmer interludes. Temperatures look likely to be near normal but perhaps slightly above in the south at first.

Updated: 1244 on Wed 28 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Monday 2 Sep 2013 to Wednesday 11 Sep 2013:

An unsettled start to this period in the north, cloud and rain spreading south to affect the Midlands and Wales at times, showers then following on Wednesday. Rather breezy with strong winds in the north and a risk of local gales. Thereafter, a more of a northwest-southeast split is likely. Northern and western areas are likely to remain rather changeable and windy, with showers or perhaps longer outbreaks of rain interspersed with brighter periods. Meanwhile, in the south and east, some rain or showers are likely, but here there is likely to be more in the way of drier and brighter spells. Temperatures will be near normal initially, but feeling locally warm in the southeast. It is then expected to become slightly cooler with some chilly nights possible.

Updated: 1122 on Thu 29 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Thursday 12 Sep 2013 to Thursday 26 Sep 2013:

Initially some southern and eastern areas will probably see the best of any drier and brighter conditions, however elsewhere there is a greater chance of seeing rain or showers at times with risk of local gales. Thereafter, the probability of more unsettled conditions prevailing across the country increases, but still with some brighter and warmer interludes. Temperatures look likely to be generally near normal for the time of year.

Updated: 1248 on Thu 29 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Wednesday 4 Sep 2013 to Friday 13 Sep 2013:

A northwest-southeast split at first, unsettled conditions in the north, with cloud and rain possibly spreading as far south as the Midlands and Wales at times. Breezy with strong winds in the north and a risk of gales. Further southeast generally drier, with variable cloud amounts, sunny spells and with temperatures warm or very warm at first. Increasingly more unsettled conditions spreading to western and central parts on Thursday, then the rest of the UK over the weekend. Expect showers or spells of more persistent, locally heavy rain, interspersed with some drier and brighter interludes with the north and west probably the wettest. Windy with risk of gales in the northwest at times. Temperatures on the cool side of normal in northwest, near-average elsewhere, perhaps slightly above normal in southeast.

Updated: 1151 on Fri 30 Aug 2013

 

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UK Outlook for Saturday 14 Sep 2013 to Saturday 28 Sep 2013:

 

During the second half of September there is no clear signal emerging for any particular weather pattern to dominate across the UK. As a consequence, the chances of above and below average rainfall are equally probable. However, in terms of temperature, the balance of probabilities favours slightly above average conditions.

 

Updated: 1222 on Fri 30 Aug 2013

 

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