Published on : Saturday, August 31, 2019
The meteorological summer ends on Saturday and wet and windy condition will start there will be showers to follow for the second half of the weekend. Heavy winds will continue into Saturday morning across western parts of Scotland and England as well as Wales.
There will be strong gales around the exposed Irish sea and coastal areas accompanied with showers. The rain will further move slowly eastward and is expected to be cleared around lunchtime in Wales and southwest England.
Rainfall will be around for the far north of Scotland according to the Met official. The main area of rainfall be across the far west of Scotland, Northern Ireland, parts of England as well as Wales, showers follow the main area of rainfall.
There will be blustery wind and weather will turn cool as the rain clears, it is predicted ahead of the front, east Anglia and the southeast will see temperatures up into the mid-20s again. There will be a contrast in Southeast England and east Anglia as compared to the northwestern part of the country.
There will be clear skies for many as the cold from will move away from UK.
The wet weather will be sweeping through the north of Scotland by heavy force winds. The weather will be separating summer from autumn. There will be a different feel on Sunday when one will step out of the door mainly across central and eastern Britain.
Sunny spells predicted with few mist patches for southeastern area along with fresh feel in the air. However the sunshine will be replaced by shower clouds.