Issued at: 30 September 2022 06:00
Wet and windy this morning with widespread heavy rain and squally downpours, leading to a risk of spot flooding and dangerous road conditions. Rain will clear eastwards later this morning afternoon to sunny spells and showers. Highest temperatures of 15 or 16 degrees in strong and gusty southwesterly winds, veering westerly and easing with the clearing rain.
Breezy tonight with clear spells and widespread showers, some heavy with thunder in coastal counties. Lowest temperatures of 9 to 11 degrees in fresh to strong and gusty westerly winds.
Sunshine and showers tomorrow, Saturday, some heavy. Highest temperatures of 14 or 15 degrees in fresh and gusty southwest to west winds.
Saturday night will be mostly dry with isolated showers in the north, it may turn cloudier on southern coasts with rain and drizzle there for a time. Lowest temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees in moderate westerly breezes.
Mainly dry on Sunday with sunny spells and isolated showers on northern coasts. Highest temperatures of 13 to 16 degrees in a light westerly breeze.
Staying mainly dry on Sunday night with clear spells. Lowest temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees with light to moderate southerly breezes.
Mostly cloudy on Monday with rain and drizzle developing in the west in the afternoon, staying mainly dry for much of the day in the east. Highest temperatures of 14 to 17 degrees in freshening southerly winds. Temperatures overnight on Monday night no lower than 11 to 14 degrees as rain moves eastwards.
Wet and breezy on Tuesday with rain turning heavy at times. Highest temperatures of 16 to 19 degrees in fresh and gusty southerly winds.
Current indications suggest midweek will continue unsettled with rain at times in moderate or fresh west or southwest winds and temperatures about normal for the time of year.
Temperature circle (°C): maximum and minimum temperature forecast for each day. Wind symbol (km/h): arrow points in the direction the wind is blowing. The weather and wind icons: for the time of maximum temperature and minimum temperature.