Issued: Tuesday 22nd September 2015
Duty forecaster: Simon Keeling
Fair start but becoming more unsettled later
A mixed September but one that will see some periods of higher pressure. These will be interspersed with lower pressure and spells of cloud and rain. Temperatures in the fairer weather are likely to be lower due to the northerly wind.
*26/9/15 - 1/10/15*
Indications are that higher pressure will be building during this week. This should bring fair weather with good spells of sunshine to most of the UK and Ireland. Eastern coasts could see some lower cloud at times. Temperatures above average for the time of year, but expect chilly night together with mist and fog patches.
*2/10/15 - 8/10/15*
The area of high pressure persists for much of the week. Further spells of sunshine and dry for most. However rain may edge into western Ireland, as well as the far south of England. Winds increasing in the south and west too. Temperatures nearer average.
*9/10/15 - 15/10/15*
Possibly turning wetter through this week as lower pressure takes control. The process of becoming more unsettled may be a little hit and miss, but by the end of the period the whole of the UK and Ireland are likely to have experienced some rain and strong winds.
*16/10/15 - 22/10/15
A changeable spell of weather is likely during this week. Periods of rain will be followed by fairer weather, perhaps with a mix of sunshine and showers. Cool at times too.
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