Written by on October 17, 2013 in United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments


It’s a damp, misty, murky sort of night to come, especially so in Eastern areas while some showers will line the West Coast. Clearer and cold up in the Northern Isles. Lows range between 2C in Shetland to nearer 8 to 10C in Central and Southern areas.

Friday will be largely cloudy but staying dry for the most part but through the afternoon, rain spreads into Dumfries and Galloway and this should spread into the Central Lowlands towards the evening rush. Highs of 12-14C.

It turns wetter tomorrow night pretty much everywhere and this sets the scene for a very wet and windy Saturday.


Tonight is looking clear but rather foggy with some particularly dense patches forming soon after dark and this should expand across Central and Eastern parts overnight. Lows hold up at between 10-15C.

Friday promises to turn wetter through the day in Western areas from Cornwall up through the Midlands into the Northwest while morning fog gives way to some bright or sunny spells. Highs of 13-17C.

Saturday turns thoroughly wet in the Southeast and up the Eastern side of the country, strong winds will accompany this heavy rain.


It’s a fairly quiet night with mist, fog and low cloud forming quickly after dark. We could also see some showers, particularly over the hills. Tonight’s lows stay mild, especially in the South 8-14C

Friday turns wet for most but look for some brightness through the afternoon in the South and East. Highs 13-15C

More rain come Saturday with stronger winds blowing up from the SSE.

Northern Ireland

Make the most of the pleasant end to Thursday because through tonight, shower activity increases in the East before another band of heavy rain spreads north across the country during tomorrow. Lows tonight at 8-10C.

Friday looks to be another very wet and windy day with local flooding expected. Along with the heavy and persistent rain through much of Friday will be strong SE winds which will blow at gale-force along the East Coast. Despite the wind and rain, it’s mild with highs of 14 or 15C.

More rain and blustery conditions to come Saturday.


The pleasant end to the day will be abruptly followed by an increasingly wet and windy night right across the country as the next in the series of fronts sweep north overnight. Lows of 8-14C.

Friday dawns wet, windy with gales along the coasts. Anticipate local flooding especially in Central, Eastern and Northern areas through the morning but it should clear, even turn sunny through the afternoon across the South. Highs 12-16C.

More wind and rain to come Saturday as low pressure remains dominant to the southwest.

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