UK's weather forecast
According to Express, the UK is set for a gloomy and mild day ahead as low pressure pushes up a warm humidity from the south ahead of the midweek downpour.
One flood alert is in place for today, with Upper River Wey in central England warned of potential issues on roads and farmland. Much of the UK will stay mild in temperatures and wrapped in cloud cover throughout the day. Intermittent spells of rain are expected along the midlands and southwest in the morning, with Glasgow and Cardiff also set for a wet start to the day. But come Wednesday and a plume of rain will push eastwards across Scotland and Northern Ireland, bringing with it harsh winds.
Aiden McGivern, meteorologist at the Met Office, said low pressure across the UK will bring humidity and, throughout the night, some heavy downpours across the southwest.
|UK weather map: WXCharts map of 24 hour rainfall for Tuesday 10th (Image: WXCHARTS)|
He added: “Showers petering out elsewhere but a lot of cloud cover for most, that means it's a mild night. One exception, northern Scotland will see clear spells because the southerly wind breaks up that cloud over the higher ground, and so northern Scotland a bright but chilly start to Tuesday."
“Grey leaden skies elsewhere, and a milder start. The low cloud and mistiness at its gloomiest I think in the east. But elsewhere slowly brightening up, and I think a brighter day to come for many places, certainly a better chance for some sunshine to the southwest and then across central parts of England, we’ll continue to see some across northern Scotland. Cloudier elsewhere, further showers but not as many as Monday."
Throughout the night showers will be felt over the southwest coast of England and Wales.
|UK weather map: WXCharts map of midday temperatures for Tuesday 10th (Image: WXCHARTS)|
These will be light, less than 0.5 mm of rain an hour, and are mostly expected to clear up as the morning rolls in. By 9am, Cardiff will have a wet start to the day along with Glasgow, but with mild winds at less than 10mph. The rest of the UK will have a gentle and mild start to the day, with an average of 6mph winds felt across the UK, with rainfall unlikely.
By midday temperatures are expected to stay mild, with the hottest parts of the UK being the south coast and Norwich at 14C (57.2F).
Similar conditions will be seen across the north, with the lowest temperatures recorded being 10C (50F) in Loch Rannoch.
Moving into Tuesday night and the country will continue to see settled weather, with cloud cover expected to last throughout the day. But Northern Ireland is expected to begin seeing some of Wednesday’s downpour of rain early, with 9pm bringing heavier rains of up to 4mm an hour.
|UK weather map: WXCharts map of windspeeds for Tuesday 10th (Image: WXCHARTS)|
Throughout Wednesday night, an Atlantic plume of rain and winds will push its way across Northern Ireland and into Scotland. Downpours will strike the northwest coast of Scotland by midnight, with all of Northern Ireland still soaking in the 4mm of rain an hour.
These conditions will last throughout the night, pushing into Glasgow and parts of western Scotland by 6am. As 9am comes around Merseyside will also be drenched in the rain, with the downpours intensifying to up to 8mm an hour. By 6pm the downpour will move away from the eastern-most parts of Northern Ireland, but will stroke the west coast of Wales and England in full.
The plume will then work its way eastwards throughout the night, easing up as it heads off of Norwich at 6am. Conditions for Wednesday are expected to remain chilly as a result of the Atlantic breeze and high pressure, despite an average temperature of a mild 13C (55.4F).
Wind-speeds are also expected to ramp up with the rainfall, with 9am seeing the western parts of the UK blustered by 40mph gusts before moving eastwards with the rain.
|UK weather map: WXCharts overview map for Wednesday 11th (Image: WXCHARTS )|
On November 11
Low-pressure to the west of Scotland and its associated fronts bring rain across much of Ireland, western Scotland with drizzle affecting western coast of Wales and Southwest England. Breezy in the west as well. Most central and eastern parts of the UK should be dry although with a fair amount of cloud. Rain will be creeping slowly eastwards into the afternoon to be affecting much of Wales and western England as well as much of western Scotland during the afternoon. Highs at a mild 11 to 14C.
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Europe's weather forecast
A mostly dry and sunny day for Portugal and Spain though isolated showers may develop to the south east and, perhaps, over the Balearic Islands too. Dry and fine too for Italy though there could be some cloud around to the north which extends to Corsica and Sardinia. A dry and sunny day for much of Greece and Turkey though thundery showers over the far eastern Mediterranean extend into Cyprus and the southernmost of the Greek Islands.
A band of cloud and patchy rain spreads eastward over central and northern parts of France and into the Low Countries on Tuesday. Staying dry and fine for southern France. A dry and bright day for much of Germany with cloud building to the west at times. This extends over Switzerland and Austria too though it stays dry here. A dry and sunny day for much of Poland and for the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.
High pressure brings a dry and fine day to much of Scandinavia. Sunny and fine for Denmark, the Baltic States, Finland and Sweden while western coasts of Norway are cloudier with patchy outbreaks of rain developing here at times.
On November 11
According to Weather Online, high pressure brings sunshine across much of Spain and Portugal. The Balearics, Corsica and Sardinia stays dry with more sunshine. Italy will be dry too with lots of sunshine. More sunshine and dry weather in Greece and Turkey.
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Cloud and rain in the far northwest of France. The rest of France will be dry with lots of sunshine. Further dry weather in the Low Countries with more sunshine. Germany and Poland is going to be dry with sunshine. Hungary and Austria as well as Switzerland wil be dry with lots of sunshine too.
Fair in Denmark and the Baltic States with more sunshine. Finland will have a few showers but should be mainly dry. Sweden stays dry with plenty of sunshine here. Norway stays dry and sunny too.
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