Fourteen Day Weather Forecast

The latest fourteen day weather forecast for the United Kingdom

Friday 22nd September 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Strong Winds (W and SW). Heavy Precipitation (NW). Fog Patches (S and Central).

SUMMARY: Generally dry and sunny in the S and E, but with further rain across the W and NW.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: Another depression moves into the W of the U.K. as high pressure builds across the S and E, sustaining a generally SW’ly airflow across most areas.

WINDS: SW or S light or moderate, fresh or strong in the W and SW.

WEATHER: Mainly dry and sunny in Central, S and E areas once overnight mist or fog disperses, with the best of the sunshine in the SE. Further rain and showers meanwhile move eastwards across the W and NW through during the day, heaviest across Ireland and W Scotland, followed by a clearance to brighter spells.

TEMPERATURE: Near or just above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: High – 90%

Saturday 23rd September 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Gales (NW and W). Strong Winds (W). Fog Patches (SE).

SUMMARY: Windy with rain and showers moving across the W, while drier and brighter to the S and E.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: A deep depression moves through to the W and NW of the U.K., while high pressure persists to the SE and E, bringing an unsettled S’ly airflow over much of the country.

WINDS: SE or S light or moderate in many areas, fresh or strong with gale force gusts in the W and NW.

WEATHER: Cloudy across the W and NW as a slow-moving band of rain tracks eastwards over W Ireland, leading to some heavy outbreaks. It will be drier further S and E, with bright or sunny spells developing, though with a risk of light patchy rain at times, especially further N.

TEMPERATURE: Slightly above average, especially in the SE.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium to high – 80%

Sunday 24th September 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Heavy Precipitation (W).

SUMMARY: A band of rain becomes stalled over Ireland, while remaining dry and sunny in the E.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: High pressure dominating across the Continent extends a ridge over much of the U.K. as a deep depression clears northwards to the NW, producing a more settled S’ly airflow across many areas.

WINDS: SE light or moderate, becoming variable in the far W, SW to S moderate or fresh in the N.

WEATHER: Mainly dry and bright with sunny spells for much of England, with the best of the sunshine to the SE. Cloudier further N and W as a slow-moving band of rain continues to track over Ireland, Scotland and the Irish Sea, intensifying over E Ireland later.

TEMPERATURE: Just above average, particularly in the SE.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium to high – 70%

Monday 25th September 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Fog Patches (W and SW).

SUMMARY: Patchy rain at times, with brighter spells developing to the W later.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: A large areas of high pressure remains dominant over Scandinavia while low pressure persists across the Atlantic, producing a more S or SE’ly airflow over much of the U.K.

WINDS: S or SE light, moderate or fresh in the N, veering SW’ly in the SW.

WEATHER: Cloudy for many areas as the remnants of a rain band slowly fragments over the country, resulting in some patchy rain and drizzle for England. Turning drier and brighter to the W, with some sunnier spells developing through the afternoon

TEMPERATURE: Slightly above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium – 60%

Tuesday 26th September 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Fog Patches (SE).

SUMMARY: Rain and showers move across the N and W, while still dry and sunny to the S and E.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: High pressure persists over Scandinavia while low pressure moves through to the NW of the U.K., maintaining a S’ly airflow across most areas.

WINDS: SE or S light or moderate, veering SW or S’ly moderate locally fresh further W, light and variable to the S.

WEATHER: Mostly cloudy or overcast across the N and W as outbreaks of rain and showers move through, heaviest and most frequent along windward coasts. Remaining drier further S and E though, with bright or sunny spells developing after overnight mist or fog disperses.

TEMPERATURE: Just above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium – 55%

Wed 27th to Thu 28th September 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Fog Patches (SE).

SUMMARY: Unsettled across the N and W, but drier with sunny spells in the SE.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: High pressure across Scandinavia remains dominant to the E and NE of the U.K., while low pressure persists to the NW, sustaining a generally SW or S’ly airflow over many areas.

WINDS: SW or S light or moderate.

WEATHER: Overcast in the N and W with further rain and showers, still heaviest and most persistent along windward coasts. Drier towards the SE though, with sunny spells once any mist or fog patches clear, but perhaps a risk of the odd shower at times.

TEMPERATURE: Slightly above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Medium – 50%

Fri 29th to Sat 30th September 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Nil.

SUMMARY: Remaining unsettled with widespread rain and showers, but still some sunny spells in the E and SE.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: Low pressure becomes more influential as it moves across the NW of the U.K., introducing an unsettled W or SW’ly airflow, while high pressure continues to persist over Scandinavia.

WINDS: NW or SW light or moderate, fresh to the NW.

WEATHER: Remaining generally overcast as rain and showers spread over many areas, heaviest and most frequent to the N and W. Dry and bright or sunny spells however continue to develop in between light showers to the E and SE, once any mist clears.

TEMPERATURE: Near or just above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Low to medium – 40%

Sun 1st to Thu 5th October 2017

SIGNIFICANT WEATHER: Nil.

SUMMARY: Rain and showers continue to move across many areas, but some sunshine at times in the SE.

SYNOPTIC SITUATION: Low pressure systems continue to move through to the NW and N of the U.K., while high pressure remains dominant across Scandinavia, sustaining an unsettled W or SW’ly airflow over most areas.

WINDS: W or SW light or moderate, locally fresh to the NW.

WEATHER: Mostly cloudy or overcast as rain and showers continue to move through, but still heaviest and most frequently in the N and W. More showery to the SE though, with bright or sunny spells developing at times between light showers.

TEMPERATURE: Near or slightly above average.

CONFIDENCE OF FORECAST: Low – 30%

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