Issued from the Met Office
at 04:00 on Tuesday, 24th October 2017
A cloudy start with some rain, mainly in the north and west. Scotland and Northern Ireland will become brighter though, with a few showers. Elsewhere will stay mostly cloudy but mild, with any rain mainly confined to the west. Breezy.
Rain across northern and western parts of England and Wales will move north then back south, becoming confined to southern counties by dawn. Clearer skies and a few showers elsewhere.
It will stay mostly cloudy across southern England, but mild. Elsewhere will be dry and bright, with some sunny spells. Staying windy across northern Scotland with showers here.
Thursday to Saturday
Rather cloudy and mild in the south Thursday, with hill fog and drizzle. Brighter but fresher weather in the north, filtering to all parts Friday. Staying cool and breezy Saturday.
The national weather forecast from the Met Office covers today, tonight, tomorrow and the following three days. This provides an indication of the main weather types and trends across the British Isles during the short-range forecast period.
This data is provided under licence and updated daily, normally early morning.