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WEEKEND WEATHER FORECAST
Issued: 1700 Wednesday 15th September 2010
An area of low pressure is going to be west of Scotland at midday on Saturday, drifting eastwards. Fronts associated with the low will be moving into northern and western parts of the country as a ridge of high pressure to the south recedes into the continent..
Saturday morning begins largely fair across England and Wales, although there will be some morning mist patches in the south and east. These clearing to leave sunny spells, light winds and good visibility.
A different story further north and west where cloud will be bringing some outbreaks of rain, this most persistent across the northern half of Ireland and northwest England. Southwest Scotland having some rain and cloud too. The trough to the far northeast of Scotland bringing the threat of rain or more persistent showers here.
Into the afternoon and the rain will be affecting much of northern England, southern Scotland and Wales. Here visibility will be moderate or poor and there will be fog on the hills. Most of eastern and southern England should be drier and brighter with some sunny spells here.
Winds will be mainly SW 7-12kt (F3-F4) through southern England and Wales, although there will be some NE’ly in it at first in the far south. Turning rather cyclonic as you head north and get closer to the low, but always around 8-12kt (F3-F4).
A cold front clears through the Midlands, East Anglia and then southeast England through Saturday night and into Sunday. A weak ridge of high pressure then follows from the west, ahead of an occluded front into the west of Scotland.
There will be some rain in the morning associated with the front over the southeast and central parts of the country. Most of the rain should be light although an odd moderate burst cannot be ruled out. This will be clearing, taking moderate visibility with it, and then broken cloud follows to much of the country. Expect a scattering of showers in the afternoon, but for many it should be dry.
Some thicker cloud in western Scotland where the occluded front is, this bringing some spots of rain to the west. Ireland willhave a scattering of showers through the day.
Winds will be mainly W-SW 6-10kt (F3-F4) but always a fair amount of variability in them wherever you are in the country.
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