FORECASTERS have revealed the exact date rain will clear for Brits with clear skies and sun – but it won’t last for long.
The past week has been showery across the UK, with more wet weather expected today.
A car ploughing through 2ft of water in Essex yesterday[/caption]
A flooded golf course near Clydach in Swansea on Wednesday[/caption]
Some parts of the country could even see heavy rain and the “odd rumble of thunder”.
The Met Office said gusty winds will buffet the north west, and showers will merge into longer spells of rain over west Scotland.
But tomorrow the rain will give way to dry and fine weather across the UK.
In its forecast for Saturday, the Met Office said: “A cold start with a grass frost for some.
“Any mist patches soon clearing. Dry and fine for most.
“Clouding over from the west with rain reaching Northern Ireland later.”
Sunday will be windy with heavy rain returning to some parts of the UK.
The north west is expected to get the worst soaking, with a risk of coastal gales.
On Monday the wind will die away and the weather will be brighter across the country.
There will be a mix of sunshine and showers on Tuesday, before it gets warmer towards over the rest of the week.
A huge wave crashing over Roker Lighthouse near Sunderland yesterday[/caption]
September 22, 2023 at 11:43AM
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