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Today and Tomorrow's forecast
Monday 5 October
Rain clearing northwards this morning, though staying misty and cloudy for a time. Brighter weather will develop in the afternoon with scattered showers. The showers will turn heavy and prolonged in southern counties by evening. Very mild with afternoon highs of 14 to 18 degrees, highest in eastern and southeastern areas. Rather windy this morning on eastern coasts with fresh easterly winds, but otherwise winds will be mainly light.
Mild and humid tonight, with heavy showers or longer spells of rain at first, but showers will become more scattered overnight. Turning misty with fog developing locally. Lowest temperatures of 11 to 13 degrees.
Easterly winds will occasionally reach gale force 8 this morning on the north Irish Sea
Issued at 05:00 on 5-Oct-2015
Tuesday 6 October
Mist and fog clearing gradually during the morning. Dry in many areas at first, but outbreaks of rain will develop in the west and south during the morning, and spread across the country during the afternoon. Mild in the morning but turning much cooler and fresher in western areas in the afternoon as a blustery northwest wind sets in.
Tuesday night: Turning cooler everywhere on Tuesday night with northwesterly winds.. There will be rain or showers in places early in the night, but drier clearer conditions will develop. Lowest temperatures of 5 to 8 degrees C.
Wednesday: Wednesday will be a cool, bright and fresh day with sunny spells and a few passing showers, but many areas will have a dry day. Afternoon highs of 13 or 14 degrees in moderate or fresh westerly breezes. Dry and rather cold on Wednesday night.
Thursday: There should be a good deal of dry, bright weather on Thursday, with a mix of sunny spells and cloudy periods. Top temperatures 13 to 16 C., in moderate southerly breezes. Some light rain may push into Atlantic coastal margins, late in the day or overnight.
Friday and the Weekend: There is some uncertainly, the latest charts suggest there is a chance that pressure may build giving us a lot of dry weather, but this is by no means certain, and the Atlantic weather systems may yet break through, bringing unsettled weather with rain or showers especially to southern and western parts.
Report issued:05/10/2015 08:43