UK weather forecast: rain and clouds in the north, especially across Scotland. Dry in the south with sun for the most part
Monday morning will see a cooler start than we’ve been accustomed to lately for much of the country, with most areas seeing single-digit temperatures drop.
Scotland will see rain and cloud for much of the day, especially in the west, but will move east over time.
Much of England and Wales will remain dry throughout the day, with pockets of cloud over the UK mainland. Northern Ireland will also see a mixture of clouds and sun.
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There are currently no weather warnings in place for the UK today (Monday 11 October).
What is the weather like in the UK?
The Met Office currently lists the weather summary for the UK on Monday 11 October as follows:
“Cloudy in the north with rain or showers, mostly across Scotland. Dry in the south with lots of sun.
From 4 a.m. to 7 a.m., rain will start moving over the west coast of Scotland, with a few isolated showers in the north-west of the country.
Isolated early morning cloud pockets across England and Wales, potentially turning to showers for Cheshire and surrounding counties.
By 7 a.m. most of England, Wales and Northern Ireland are dry, with a few clouds in places.
At 7 a.m., temperatures will be 9 degrees for London, 7 degrees for Cardiff, 8 degrees for Manchester, 8 degrees for Belfast and 10 degrees for Edinburgh.
At 1 p.m., rain over Scotland will intensify and move east, with showers over much of the country.
Some of these showers will spread further south, affecting parts of northern England.
Much of England, Wales and Northern Ireland will remain dry and bright, with isolated pockets of cloud.
At 1 p.m., temperatures will be 15 degrees for London, 15 degrees for Cardiff, 13 degrees for Manchester, 14 degrees for Belfast and 13 degrees for Edinburgh.
By 7 p.m. some of the persistent showers over Scotland will also have extended to northern England, with pockets of heavier rain around the lakes and as far as Carlisle.
Further south it is expected to be dry and bright for the most part, but cloudier over London and parts of Northern Ireland.
At 7 p.m., temperatures will be 13 degrees for London, 13 degrees for Cardiff, 12 degrees for Manchester, 13 degrees for Belfast and 12 degrees for Edinburgh.
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