The Met Office is warning of persistent heavy rainfall in western Scotland possibly leading to localised flooding.Read the full story ›
Blustery showers will continue to pile into northern and western Scotland as well as Northern Ireland with the risk of gales for exposed coastal areas and strong gusts near any showers.
Elsewhere, it will be mostly dry with some bright spells at times.
However, there will be plenty of cloud about, especially in western parts of England and Wales, where it will be thick enough to give a few spots of rain at times. Temperatures will reach 16 Celsius in London.
Skies will be mainly cloudy over the bulk of England and Wales with some bands of rain, which will be locally heavy at times.
The rain will be clearing slowly and rather erratically southeast from all parts by this evening.
Clearer and brighter skies will be following on, but in the far northwest plenty of showers are likely, some heavy with hail and thunder.
It will be a breezy day generally but very windy in the northwest. Top temperature 17 Celsius (63F).
A bright but chilly start for much of England and Wales, before turning increasingly cloudy.
It should remain dry though and feel milder than yesterday with lighter winds.
Further north, rain and drizzle will spread eastwards across Northern Ireland, Scotland and northern England to give a rather dull and damp day.
Light and patchy rain with some heavier downpours expected in some western parts.
Highs of 15C.
After the stormiest day of the year so far unsettled conditions will remain throughout the rest of the week, wet but with winds dying down.
Winds tonight will stay strong on the coast of the North Sea but getting drier across most of the rest of the UK.
ITV News Weather Presenter Alex Beresford has the full forecast:
The strong winds seen across the country today have hit transport and video has revealed the difficulty planes had landing due to ex-Hurricane Gonzalo.
The plane can be seen being buffeted by strong winds as it tries to land at Manchester Airport.
The plane did land safely.
Footage shows the Derbyshire waterfall, called Kinder Downfall, blowing upwards as high winds from ex-Hurricane Gonzalo hit.Read the full story ›
Granada Reports viewers have been sharing there images as high winds from the tail end of ex-Hurricane Gonzalo have hit the region.
The Met Office has released a video showing the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo moving across the UK:
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