Dry, sunny and chilly at first in northern parts today, whilst it will start cloudier further south.
Conditions will turn increasingly cloudy and windy in the far northwest, with some rain and gales later, however it will stay mostly dry in the south with sunny spells developing.
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Cooler and more unsettled weather with wind and rain forecast for the next few days.
Overnight thicker cloud in the South but staying warm. Cooler, clearer night further north.
Bright but chilly start for the North but staying dry across the country.
Gales in the North West later.
It looks like Autumn has arrived at last as we begin to see more unsettled weather across the UK.
ITV weather presenter Becky Mantin reports:
Today will be mostly rather cloudy with occasional patches of light rain.
Clearer, fresher and cooler conditions in the far northwest this morning will gradually spread further south and west.
Scattered, blustery showers will then affect northwest Scotland later.
Maximum temperatures of 22C.
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Temperatures remain above average for the time of year - even where the sunshine is in short supply tomorrow. Where it stays cloudy, a potentially drizzly, slightly close and muggy day.
Scotland and Northern Ireland will have the best of the blue skies but the breeze will make it feel fresher and cooler.
Better than average temperatures for the time of year again today - but don't expect clear blue skies.
There'll be cloud as well as some rain drifting into western counties now and again.
Mild or warm for many of us - but a little close and muggy in places with dull and damp skies.
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