Low pressure remains in control of the weather for the next few of days and with it comes the risk of more wind & rain, the winds strong at times with exposed areas likely to experience gales or even severe gales.
Below we can see these areas of low pressure and we are monitoring model runs very closely for late Tuesday, as the next area of low pressure looks to strengthen, bringing the risk of further strong winds.
Here is our latest data on where the winds may be strongest, these are wind gusts, not sustained winds and the totals are in mph. The exact areas will subtly change yet as the system develops but certainly the southern half of the UK looks set to be affected by these winds.
Below we have our precipitation and pressure animation for the next couple of days, which shows more spells of rain to be expected along with plenty of blustery showers.
Temperatures will remain cool with values never better than 13/14c, generally averaging between 9c to 13c. Better news for the weekend though as high pressure looks set to build in, settling the weather down although it does look to stay on the cool side. More on this in due course.