A largely cloudy day with showers in the west; these will be prolonged over hills.
A few showers will also reach eastern parts but here most places will enjoy a fine and bright day with some sunshine.
Breezy across all parts with heavy rain and gales developing tonight.
Highs of 17C in London.
There is a mixed picture tomorrow, with blustery showers to the north and the west, but brighter conditions in the south and the east.Read the full story ›
Typical Autumn weather today with blustery downpours across Scotland and Northern Ireland and northern England and Wales - to the east of the high ground and further south a brighter afternoon with sunshine.
Mild for mid-October even in the breeze but a cooler aday in the north and west with the windy, wet weather.
Most southern and eastern areas will have a dry afternoon with some sunny spells, although it will be breezy.
Further north and west there'll be a mix of sunshine and showers, the showers will be heavy, merging in places to give some more prolonged spells of rain, and they'll also be accompanied by locally gale force westerly winds.
Temperatures will peak at 19 Celsius (66F).
It will be very mild night for the time of the year, with temperatures not falling much at all over the coming hours.Read the full story ›
A lack of sunshine for most of us today with cloud and in places rain - but even with blustery winds remarkably mild for the time of year once more as we draw in relatively warm air all the way up from the Azores.
The governor of Bermuda has told the island's 65,000 residents to look out for each other while the worst of Hurricane Gonzalo hits.
George Fergusson advised people to stay off the roads and listen to emergency bulletins.
In an emergency broadcast, he said: "I wish everyone all the best for the next 24 hours. Good luck and look after each other."
A British Royal Navy warship, HMS Argyll, is heading to Bermuda to help with post-Gonzalo relief efforts as it is thought to be the worst storm to hit them in a decade.
Bermuda resident Carlita Lodge tells ITV News how the island is dealing with Hurricane Gonzalo and that the worst is yet to come.Read the full story ›
Eighty per cent of Bermuda is without power after Hurricane Gonzalo hit pounding the island with winds of up to 130mph.
Locals said buildings, including a hospital, had been damaged but the worst is still expected to come.
And there are fears the "monster storm" could spiral towards the UK.
The National Hurricane Center said the eye of the hurricane would continue to move over Bermuda for the next few hours bringing with it "damaging winds and a life-threatening storm after the eye passes".
Ber News journalist Patricia Burchall told ITV News: "Our situation is pretty dire to be honest. Most the island is out of power."
A local resident, who calls themselves bobbi_bermuda on instragram, posted this video: