Remains of Rina soak Southern Britain, Frosty further North.. Turning milder next week!

It’s been a fairly grey, damp sort of day across the southern half of Ireland and the UK albeit mild. Tonight sees a more substantial area of rain spreading across the southern UK and this is the remains of once tropical storm Rina.

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Further north and the northerly flow continued to support sun and showers. It’s now turning frosty as we enter the dark hours of the evening.

Tomorrow sees the rain from Rina clear east and most of the UK is under the cooler, sun and shower regime, feeling colder, especially in exposure and down the North Sea Coast.

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Winds lighten and skies are clearer tomorrow night as high pressure briefly builds in. I suspect the coldest night of the autumn shall greet us Monday morning.

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Some Glens could see a -7 or -8C. Keep in mind that last November brought a -12C at Braemar!

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Following Monday’s cold start, the next Atlantic low moves in through the day and this reshapes our pattern through much of next week with milder and more unsettled weather returning.

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Next weekend could mark a turn to a more sustained and significant period of cold weather…

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