Issued by the Met Office on 2017-08-18 at 16:00:00
Rain and showers easing overnight.
A rather wet evening for many as a band of rain moves eastwards across the area, accompanied by some gusty winds. Overnight should turn drier, although the brisk wind may continue to feed a few showers in from the northwest. Minimum Temperature 10C.
A drier day tomorrow, although a scattering of showers is still possible, especially in the north. Winds also easing, allowing it to feel a little warmer, especially in any sunshine. Maximum Temperature 19C.
Largely dry and bright Sunday, before rain arrives later. Early next week then likely to be warmer and more humid, with a risk of some showers, especially on Tuesday.
Wednesday is likely to see a mixture of sunshine and showers, with winds become quite strong in the north and east. Thursday should then see the showers become restricted to the north, with some sunshine elsewhere. Through the rest of next week, it is likely to be rather changeable in the north with spells of rain, but further south may stay drier and more settled initially, before the changeable weather in the north become more widespread. For the rest of the period, it is most likely that many areas will see spells of cloud and rain at times, interspersed with a few days of brighter, showery conditions. Temperatures look set to be around average for the time of year, although it could turn warm in the south at times.
As we head into September, we are most likely to see changeable weather conditions dominating across the UK. However, there is a chance of some more prolonged dry and fine weather at times too. As a result, on balance there are likely to be spells of rain and strong winds at times, especially across the north and west, probably interspersed with several days of brighter and showery weather. Temperatures may become warm or very warm at times, especially in the south. However, they will probably remain generally close to normal for the time of year elsewhere.
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