Here’s the latest five-day forecast for the UK and Ireland from The Weather Channel.
A warm southwesterly flow will bring well above-normal temperatures through to Saturday, while cooler conditions will move in from the west on Sunday.
An unsettled end to the week with a band of rain sweeping eastwards on Thursday, before Storm Callum brings strong winds and heavy rain on Friday with the risk of flooding across the west.
Further persistent rain on Saturday with continued flood risk across the west, but remaining warm and& dry across the southeast.
Sunday will be a cooler and fresher day, with sunny spells and showers, with these conditions continuing into the start of next week.
Early morning rain will clear to the north and east, as more extensive and heavier rain spreads into the west.
The rain will reach eastern areas later in the day. Ireland will become drier and brighter at the same time.
The south-southwesterly winds will be moderate in most areas but fresh for coastal areas of Britain. Maximum temperatures of 14 to 19C in the north and 16 to 23C in the south.
Early rain will clear to the east overnight into Friday, while wet and windy conditions will quickly spread in across the west to reach all of Ireland and western Britain by the end of the night.
Gales are expected for Irish Sea coasts and around Ireland. Elsewhere the south-southeasterly winds will be moderate to fresh.
Minimum temperatures of 6 to 10C in the north and 9 to 14C in the south.
Heavy rain, associated with Storm Callum, will spread eastwards during the morning, with more heavy rain spreading north across Ireland and western Britain, with the threat of flooding.
The far southeast will remain dry and mostly cloudy.
Gales are expected for Irish Sea coasts, around Ireland and western Scotland, while elsewhere the south-southeasterly winds will be moderate to fresh inland.
Maximum temperatures of 15 to 19C are expected in the north, with 16 to 21 C in the south.
Persistent and heavy rain will continue across western areas with the risk of localised flooding.
The southeast will remain dry but mostly cloudy. Remaining blustery, with moderate to fresh south-southwesterly winds, locally strong along the coasts.
A warm night with minimum temperatures of 10 to 16C across the north and 13 to 18C across the south.
Persistent heavy rain will continue across Ireland, western Britain and Scotland, with a continued threat of flooding.
The heavy rain will accelerate northeast during the afternoon, reaching eastern Britain by the evening.
South to southwesterly winds will be moderate to fresh, locally strong in coastal areas, but gentle westerly across Ireland.
Maximum temperatures will be 13 to 19C in the north and 16 to 24C in the south.
A mixture of sunny spells and showers are expected becoming more scattered through the afternoon.
It’ll be a cooler and fresher day with gentle to moderate south-southwesterly winds.
Maximum temperatures ranging from 11 to 14C in the north and 13 to 15C in the south.
Central and eastern areas will be dry and sunny under partly cloudy skies, whilst scattered showers will move in from the west.
Winds will be gentle to moderate and west to south-westerly with maximum temperatures of 11 to 15C in the north and 13 to 16C in the south.
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