Scotland will experience a much drier start to the day than it has been accustomed to lately and will remain mostly free from rain throughout the day, although much colder than most of the UK.
Much of England will wake up covered with pockets of light rain, but will improve as the day progresses.
Wales will see showers early in the day, particularly in the south where it can remain cloudy for much of the day.
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Northern Ireland will be generally dry and bright, with pockets of cloud.
However, there are currently no weather warnings in place for the UK today (Friday 15th October).
What is the UK weather like?
The Met Office gives the weather summary for the UK on Friday 15 October as follows: “The first clouds and scattered rain over southern UK are later confined to the far south of England. Otherwise, dry with sunny periods and cooler than today in the north.
At around 7 a.m., cold temperatures will see frost form in Scotland and sheltered areas of Northern Ireland and England.
South Wales will be cloudy with some rain. Northern Ireland will wake up to relatively clear skies.
The north of England will be colder but drier, while the south of England will experience early rains in the center and south-east.
At 7 a.m., temperatures will be 12 degrees Celsius in London, 11 degrees in Cardiff, 8 degrees in Manchester, 6 degrees in Belfast and just 2 degrees in Edinburgh.
At around 1 p.m. the band of rain and cloud that central and southern England woke up to will slowly move south, leaving South Wales and southern England covered by places but drier than in the morning.
Some patches of cloud will form over northern Scotland and Northern Ireland, but elsewhere they should be dry and bright.
At 1 p.m., temperatures will be 14 degrees in London, 15 degrees in Cardiff, 11 degrees in Manchester, 11 degrees in Belfast and 9 degrees in Edinburgh.
Around 7 p.m. the day will be about the same for most of the country, with clouds lingering in southern Wales and England but generally clear and dry elsewhere.
At 7 p.m., temperatures will be 13 degrees in London, 13 degrees in Cardiff, 10 degrees in Manchester, 10 degrees in Belfast and 6 degrees in Edinburgh.
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