All change from tonight! After a band of #heavyrain moves eastwards across the UK through tonight & tomorrow, the UK turns into a washing machine by the end of the week as an area of low pressure parks itself across the country. This could lead to flooding problems this weekend! pic.twitter.com/UQWABjWQge
Cloud cover can really make a difference to minimum temperatures, as seen here from last night - clear skies in the west compared to cloudy skies in the east!
Northern Ireland also saw its coldest September night on record at Katesbridge, County Down, with -3.7C. 🥶 pic.twitter.com/kop2qnkBpx
Look at the temperature anomalies over the coming days between western and eastern #Europe!
Thanks to low pressure stirring things up, places in the west may fall 10C below the average, with Scandinavia and the east seeing temperatures rising 10C above! pic.twitter.com/iVeXYJzRCe
Spells of sunshine for many parts of the #UK today, whilst the East of England saw #wet and #windy conditions due to low pressure over the North Sea.
Wind #gusts of 67mph were recorded this afternoon on the coast at Weybourne, #Norfolk. A windy day indeed!🍃🍃🍃 pic.twitter.com/vtURwdT6SA