Today’s weather is largely unsettled says Met Office
The Met Office says the weather will be unstable today.
Met Office spokesman Richard Miles told The Sun: “The west will be wet and wind will spread across the country overnight, then it will be cooler in the west and wetter in the east.
“That’s the picture for the next few days. The weekend will also be wet and windy. But as the sun comes out in the central and eastern areas, our temperatures will rise to quite comfortable numbers.
“Anywhere double numbers can be seen while temperatures can reach 14-15 degrees Celsius in midland and midland areas. Central areas are areas that are likely to increase in temperature. highest in the country.
“But the rain will also move from west to east. It will gradually stall across the UK but will continue to last longer. This will happen all day on Thursday depending on where you are.
“There will be cold spells later today in Scotland and it will be wet in central England and Wales. Early in the day we will see colder winds in Wales and in the west and there will be rain in Scotland.”
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