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It looks a reasonable weekend ahead. Full details below.

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Issued: 0900 hrs, Friday 6th September 2019

A weak occluded front will be clearing south through the Midlands and southeast England on Saturday morning. This may bring some scattered showers here at first, but these will be fading away.
A ridge of high pressure builds from the west, aiding the weakening of the front and allowing for a mostly fair morning for most areas.
Staying fair into the afternoon, although cloud increases in western Ireland as the warm front approaches.
Winds will be NW 15018kt (F5) in the east, N-NW 10-12kt (F4) in the west.

A ridge if high pressure persists over the UK during Sunday. A warm front will be passing east into Ireland and western Scotland.
Generally it will be a fair day with plenty of sunshine. High cloud tending to increase in more northern and western areas.
The warm front will bring cloud into Ireland and western Scotland. There will be some drizzle and low cloud on western coasts and hills here.
Winds W-NW 5-10kt (F3) in the southeast, becoming SW 15-20kt (F5) in the west of Ireland and western Scotland later.