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Met Office forecast for period day16to30 issued at 2014-09-24T16:00:00

Forecast for All regions (shared forecast) day16to30, from 2014-10-09 16hrs (Thu) to 2014-10-23 16hrs (Thu)

    UK Outlook for Thursday 9 Oct 2014 to Thursday 23 Oct 2014:
  • The broadly northwest-southeast split in the weather conditions is showing signs of persisting through mid-October.
  • This pattern would leave southern, central and eastern parts tending to see the best of the weather with conditions often fine and dry.
  • Occasional bouts of rain should still be expected, and mist and fog patches may be a problem during morning rush hours.
  • Under the fine weather it should still feel pleasant with temperatures a little above average for the time of year.
  • Further northwest, conditions are likely to be more unsettled with more frequent outbreaks of rain, these perhaps accompanied by strong winds.
  • Temperatures here should be closer to average or perhaps even just below at times.

Met Office forecast for period day6to15 issued at 2014-09-24T16:00:00

Forecast for All regions (shared forecast) day6to15, from 2014-09-29 16hrs (Mon) to 2014-10-08 16hrs (Wed)

    UK Outlook for Monday 29 Sep 2014 to Wednesday 8 Oct 2014:
  • It is going to be rather cloudy to start.
  • There should also be rain at times, particularly in the north/northwest where it will also become breezier, with gales possible in the far north.
  • The best of any brightness will be towards the south and east where it could stay largely dry.
  • Temperatures will be mostly near normal or rather warm by day, but widely well above average at night.
  • Through the rest of the period it should continue generally dry with sunny spells towards the south and east, but more unsettled in the west and northwest with some rain and strong winds.
  • Overnight temperatures should turn cooler with an increasing chance of ground frost, and some mist or fog patches.

Met Office forecast for period day3to5 issued at 2014-09-24T16:00:00

Forecast for Grampian day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Rain overnight into Friday, then a mainly dry, settled few days with sunny spells.
  • Strong westerly winds on Friday, becoming southwest and easing a little over the weekend.

Forecast for Dumfries, Galloway, Lothian day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Rain at first on Friday, then a mainly dry, settled few days with sunny spells.
  • Fresh westerly winds on Friday, becoming southwest and easing a little over the weekend.

Forecast for Yorkshire & the Humber day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Rain clearing Friday morning, then dry and bright.
  • Mainly dry on Saturday with bright spells, and possible drizzle on Pennines.
  • Dry and bright on Sunday.
  • Warm days, cool nights.

Forecast for Orkney & Shetland day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Sunny spells and showers on Friday and Saturday with strong to gale force west or southwest winds.
  • Cloudy on Sunday with rain at first, brighter afternoon with lighter southwest winds.

Forecast for Wales day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Rather cloudy on Friday, with a weakening band of rain moving in from the northwest.
  • Into the weekend, mostly dry and temperatures generally warmer than average, but often rather cloudy.

Forecast for West Midlands day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Rather cloudy on Friday, with a weakening band of rain moving in from the northwest.
  • Into the weekend, mostly dry and temperatures generally warmer than average, but often rather cloudy.

Forecast for Northwest England day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Remaining breezy on Friday, with a band of cloud and rain clearing southeastwards.
  • Then generally dry and often rather cloudy, with winds easing during the weekend.

Forecast for Northeast England day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Rain clearing Friday morning, then dry and bright.
  • Mainly dry on Saturday with bright spells, and possible drizzle on Pennines.
  • Dry and bright on Sunday.
  • Warm days, cool nights.

Forecast for Northern Ireland day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Rain at first on Friday, then a mainly dry, settled few days with sunny spells.
  • Fresh westerly winds on Friday, becoming southwest and easing a little over the weekend.

Forecast for Southwest England day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Often rather cloudy, with the odd spot of rain possible, but daytime temperatures generally warmer than average.
  • Best of the brightness most likely during the afternoons.

Forecast for Highland & Eilean Siar day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Sunny spells and a few showers on Friday and Saturday with strong to gale force west or southwest winds.
  • Cloudy on Sunday with more persistent rain and lighter southwest winds.

Forecast for UK day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Friday, weakening band of rain pushing southeastwards into central parts, with fresher conditions and isolated showers following.
  • Otherwise generally dry and often cloudy.
  • Daytime temperatures rather warm in the south.

Forecast for London & Southeast England day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Most places dry through the period although sometimes cloudy.
  • A little light rain or drizzle is possible for a time on Friday.
  • Occasionally bright with pleasantly warm sunny spells.

Forecast for East of England day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Most places dry through the period although sometimes cloudy.
  • A little light rain or drizzle is possible for a time on Friday.
  • Occasionally bright with pleasantly warm sunny spells.

Forecast for East Midlands day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Rain clearing Friday morning, then dry and bright.
  • Mainly dry on Saturday with bright spells, and possible drizzle on Pennines.
  • Dry and bright on Sunday.
  • Warm days, cool nights.

Forecast for Strathclyde day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Rain at first on Friday, then a mainly dry, settled few days with sunny spells.
  • Strong westerly winds on Friday, becoming southwest and easing a little over the weekend.

Forecast for Tayside day3to5, from 2014-09-26 16hrs (Fri) to 2014-09-28 16hrs (Sun)

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
  • Rain at first on Friday, then a mainly dry, settled few days with sunny spells.
  • Strong westerly winds on Friday, becoming southwest and easing a little over the weekend.

Met Office forecast for period day1to2 issued at 2014-09-24T16:00:00

Forecast for Grampian day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Cloudy overnight with some rain.
  • Mainly dry, bright, warm Thursday.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Dry with clear periods at first then cloudy.
  • Patchy light rain will spread across from the west during the night, dying out again by morning.
  • Strengthening southwesterly winds.
  • Minimum Temperature 7C.
    Thursday:
  • A mainly dry day with some sunshine breaking through, best towards the Moray Coast and over eastern Aberdeenshire where it will become noticeably warm.
  • Fresh, gusty westerly winds.
  • Maximum Temperature 21C.

Forecast for Dumfries, Galloway, Lothian day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Becoming cloudy with mainly light rain.
  • Brighter in east Thursday.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Dry with a few clear periods at first, then cloudy.
  • Patchy light rain and drizzle extending to most places overnight, more persistent around western Galloway.
  • Becoming misty, especially over high ground.
  • Mild and breezy.
  • Minimum Temperature 9C.
    Thursday:
  • A grey, damp start but drizzle soon dying out.
  • Then mainly dry and becoming brighter in east with some warm sunshine developing near to east coast.
  • Fresh westerly winds.
  • Maximum Temperature 20C.

Forecast for Yorkshire & the Humber day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Dry, cool and clear at first tonight.
  • Cloud increasing later.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Breezy with clear spells during the evening and first part of night.
  • Feeling cool.
  • Cloud will increase later, but it should stay dry until dawn.
  • Winds will become westerly and freshen later.
  • Minimum Temperature 8C.
    Thursday:
  • Rather cloudy and breezy with patchy light rain or drizzle, mainly in the morning.
  • Becoming largely dry with brighter spells through the afternoon.
  • Maximum Temperature 18C.

Forecast for Orkney & Shetland day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Cloudy overnight with rain.
  • Becoming mainly dry Thursday, some brightness.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Some late brightness with a cool evening then becoming cloudy and mild.
  • Dry at first but rain reaching Orkney soon after midnight, then extending to Shetland.
  • Rain will be mostly light but accompanied by a strong southwesterly wind.
  • Minimum Temperature 10C.
    Thursday:
  • Dull, damp start but the drizzle soon dying out.
  • Then mainly dry and rather cloudy with just a few brighter interludes.
  • Strong west then southwesterly winds.
  • Maximum Temperature 15C.

Forecast for Wales day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Chilly overnight, turning cloudier on Thursday with patchy rain possible.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • It will remain dry overnight, and there will be some prolonged clear periods, especially at first, which will make it become quite chilly in rural locations.
  • Minimum Temperature 3C.
    Thursday:
  • Some brightness is possible at first.
  • Through the morning it will become rather cloudy and dull, with some patchy rain, drizzle and hill fog, mainly in the west.
  • Maximum Temperature 19C.

Forecast for West Midlands day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Chilly overnight, turning cloudier on Thursday with patchy rain possible.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • It will remain dry overnight, and there will be some prolonged clear periods, especially at first, which will make it become quite chilly in rural locations.
  • Minimum Temperature 5C.
    Thursday:
  • There will be some bright or sunny spells at first.
  • However it will become rather cloudy into the afternoon.
  • Some patchy rain is possible, though it will be mostly dry.
  • Maximum Temperature 19C.

Forecast for Northwest England day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Cloud and patchy rain spreading from the northwest overnight.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • It will be dry with some clear spells at first.
  • During the early hours it will become cloudier and windier, with some patchy rain or drizzle likely to spread into the northwest by dawn.
  • Minimum Temperature 7C.
    Thursday:
  • Thursday will be a rather cloudy, dull and breezy day across the region, with some patchy rain, drizzle and hill fog, especially in the north.
  • Maximum Temperature 18C.

Forecast for Northeast England day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Dry, cool and clear at first tonight.
  • Cloud increasing later.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Breezy with clear spells during the evening and first part of night.
  • Feeling cool.
  • Cloud will increase later with a little light rain in places by dawn.
  • Winds will become westerly and freshen later.
  • Minimum Temperature 7C.
    Thursday:
  • Rather cloudy and breezy with patchy light rain or drizzle, mainly in the morning.
  • Becoming largely dry with brighter spells through the afternoon.
  • Maximum Temperature 19C.

Forecast for Northern Ireland day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Becoming cloudy with light rain.
  • Drier, brighter in east Thursday.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Dry with a few clear periods at first, then cloud soon thickening from the west.
  • Patchy light rain and drizzle extending to most places overnight and becoming misty, especially in the west.
  • Mild and breezy.
  • Minimum Temperature 10C.
    Thursday:
  • Cloudy morning with patchy drizzle, this gradually dying out.
  • Mainly dry in the afternoon with some warm sunshine breaking through, especially in east towards Belfast and Newcastle.
  • Staying breezy.
  • Maximum Temperature 19C.

Forecast for Southwest England day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Chilly overnight, turning cloudier tomorrow with a little rain possible.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • It will remain dry overnight and there will be some prolonged clear periods, which will make it become quite chilly in rural locations.
  • Isolated mist and fog patches could also develop.
  • Minimum Temperature 3C.
    Thursday:
  • There will be some bright or sunny spells in the morning.
  • However it will become rather cloudy in the afternoon, which may give the odd spot of rain.
  • Maximum Temperature 19C.

Forecast for Highland & Eilean Siar day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Soon clouding over tonight with mainly light rain.
  • Freshening winds.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Cloudy with rain and drizzle extending to most parts.
  • Rain will be heavy over the West Highlands but light and patchy further east.
  • A mild night with fresh to strong westerly winds.
  • Minimum Temperature 10C.
    Thursday:
  • Western Isles and west Highlands will have a grey, misty day with patchy rain and drizzle, heavier over high ground.
  • Mainly drier, brighter and warmer towards Inverness and Wick.
  • Maximum Temperature 18C.

Forecast for UK day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Rain for northern parts tonight, drier but chilly elsewhere.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Cloud, rain and drizzle in the far northwest will slowly extend across other northern parts, winds strengthening here as well.
  • Remaining dry elsewhere with clear spells, allowing temperatures to turn locally chilly, with perhaps a touch of grass frost.
    Thursday:
  • Some sunshine across southern parts in the morning, but cloudier conditions in the north gradually spreading southwards.
  • Windy with patchy rain in the north and west.

Forecast for London & Southeast England day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Dry and clear this evening and tonight.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Any remaining showers will quickly die away to leave a cool night with long clear spells.
  • Cloud may increase a little later.
  • Mainly light northwesterly breeze.
  • Minimum Temperature 6C.
    Thursday:
  • Bright at first with some sunshine, but cloud will increase towards midday, although perhaps remaining bright in south.
  • Most places dry, although with spots of drizzle possible in north.
  • Maximum Temperature 20C.

Forecast for East of England day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Dry and clear this evening and tonight.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Any remaining showers will quickly die away to leave a cool night with long clear spells.
  • Cloud may increase a little later.
  • Mainly light northwesterly breeze.
  • Minimum Temperature 6C.
    Thursday:
  • Bright at first with some sunshine, but cloud will increase towards midday.
  • Most places will be dry, although a few spots of rain are possible.
  • Maximum Temperature 19C.

Forecast for East Midlands day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Dry, cool and clear at first tonight.
  • Cloud increasing later.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Breezy with clear spells during the evening and first part of night.
  • Feeling cool.
  • Cloud will begin to increase later, but it should stay dry until after dawn.
  • Winds will become westerly and freshen later.
  • Minimum Temperature 7C.
    Thursday:
  • Occasionally bright at first.
  • Becoming rather cloudy and breezy with patchy light rain or drizzle, mainly early afternoon.
  • Some bright spells later, particularly in places further south and east.
  • Maximum Temperature 18C.

Forecast for Strathclyde day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Becoming cloudy with mainly light rain.
  • Slightly brighter east Thursday.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Cloudy with rain and drizzle extending from the West Coast to affect all parts.
  • Rain will be mostly light but some heavier outbreaks over north Argyll.
  • Mild and breezy.
  • Minimum Temperature 9C.
    Thursday:
  • Mostly cloudy with patchy drizzle, most persistent over Argyll and the Clyde coast where it will be misty.
  • Becoming drier and a little brighter around Glasgow and over Lanarkshire.
  • Breezy.
  • Maximum Temperature 17C.

Forecast for Tayside day1to2, from 2014-09-24 16hrs (Wed) to 2014-09-25 16hrs (Thu)

    Headline:
  • Cloudy overnight with rain.
  • Cloudy in west Thursday, brighter east.
    This Evening and Tonight:
  • Some late brightness with a cool evening then becoming cloudy and mild overnight with rain and drizzle extending eastwards.
  • Eastern areas becoming dry again later tonight.
  • Strengthening westerly winds.
  • Minimum Temperature 8C.
    Thursday:
  • A grey, damp day in the west towards Aberfoyle and Crianlarich.
  • Mainly dry and becoming brighter in east with some warm sunshine developing near eastern coasts.
  • Fresh westerly winds.
  • Maximum Temperature 20C.

Data supplied by Met Office via Datapoint under OGL licence.
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