Issued from the Met Office
at 04:00 GMT on Tuesday, 25th September 2018
A clear, cold start, with the sunshine lasting throughout the day for many. However, skies will cloud over in Scotland and Northern Ireland, with rain and gales expected. It will also turn windier in northern England.
Rain and gales continuing overnight in Scotland and Northern Ireland, with some parts of northern England catching some rain too. Elsewhere, cold and dry with fog patches in the south.
Cloudy and windy in the northern half of the UK, with persistent rain in the west. Drier and sunnier in the south, and becoming warm, especially in southeast England.
Thursday to Saturday
Thursday wet and windy in far north, some sunshine elsewhere. Friday and Saturday predominantly dry with sunshine, only a small chance of rain. Cold overnight with frost and fog patches.
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 UK during the short-range forecast period.
This data is provided under licence and updated daily, normally early morning.