A cloudy start with outbreaks of showery rain and some fog on the hills. Rain clearing southeast this morning, then a brighter afternoon with some sunny spells and just the odd shower. Maximum temperature 16 °C.
Cloudy, breezy and very mild to start this evening. Staying generally dry to the east, while across the Pennines outbreaks of mainly light rain will persist, along with hill fog. Becoming clear by dawn. Minimum temperature 15 °C.
Major cold front hit out west, dropped temperatures from the mid-90s to low-60s overnight. Yesterday, we recorded hurricane-force winds that shut down school districts and caused widespread power outages. Thankfully, my area was not affected. The wind made a big mess, felling trees and blowing semi-trucks over, but at least it cleared out the wildfire smoke from California.
A dry and largely sunny start to the day, though chilly. Some fair weather cloud will develop during the morning but it'll remain dry and bright with light winds. Feeling pleasant in any spells of afternoon sunshine. Maximum temperature 18 °C.
Dry evening, but increasingly windy with thickening cloud. Heavy and persistent rain then moving into the Pennines, before spreading further east overnight. Some southern and eastern parts remaining dry. Rain becoming restricted to western Pennines after dawn, but staying windy. Minimum temperature 11 °C.
A chilly start, with any lingering cloud soon burning away. A fine day follows, with plenty of unbroken autumn sunshine and light winds. Temperatures near or just above average for mid-September. Maximum temperature 18 °C.