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Monday will see a mix of sunny spells and scattered showers. The showers will be heavy in places, especially near the coast as well as over hills. Turning cloudy across Pembrokeshire later, with heavy rain arriving by early evening.

Outbreaks of locally heavy rain will spread across all parts during the evening, however the rain will turn more showery in places towards morning. Becoming very windy along western coasts. Windy with frequent locally heavy showers in the morning with coastal gales in the north and west. Some sunnier interludes developing in the afternoon, with the wind beginning to ease.

Dry and bright on Wednesday with light winds. Cloudy and breezy on Friday, but dry for most. Bright spells on Friday once and morning mist and fog has lifted. Showers, some heavy, particularly in the west and south-east at first, developing elsewhere through the day. Some sunshine between the showers, best in the east.

Rain and strong winds reaching the far south-west later. Heavy rain moving east across England and Wales with strong winds and coastal gales in the south and west. Patchy frost and fog for central and northern Scotland. Persistent and at times heavy rain and strong winds for northern England and south-east Scotland. Rain clearing to blustery showers and sunny spells in the south and west. Cloud and rain affecting Northern Ireland and Scotland at times, heavy and persistent in the west. Elsewhere, becoming largely settled with variable cloud and some morning fog. Becoming warmer.

A band of cloud and increasingly patchy rain will push southeast through the weekend. Ahead of this, areas of mist and fog will likely be slow to clear, whilst clearer weather follows into parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland. Dry conditions are likely to then dominate for much of the UK for the rest of the period, with only occasional spells of rain likely in the north and west at times. Fog will continue to be a feature of the weather with light winds.

Temperatures are likely to remain somewhat above normal for the time of year, but with chilly nights at times too. A change to more unsettled conditions may get underway by the end of the period. Confidence in this period is low. Turning more widely unsettled across the UK, with wettest and windiest conditions remaining to the north and the northwest and more settled conditions to southern and eastern areas.

Wider dry spells are possible across the country, with early morning frost and fog becoming more increasingly prevalent. Through this period temperatures will remain near or above average. There is a chance of a colder settled period becoming established by early November. This section of the new site isn't ready yet. We've brought you back to the current site. Search for a location Use my current location crosshair. Loading Met Office. Your chosen location: Cardiff.

Error An error has occurred. Weather type Show arrow up. Tonight: Outbreaks of locally heavy rain will spread across all parts during the evening, however the rain will turn more showery in places towards morning. Tuesday: Windy with frequent locally heavy showers in the morning with coastal gales in the north and west. Outlook for Wednesday to Friday: Dry and bright on Wednesday with light winds.

Updated at: on Mon 4 Oct Today: Showers, some heavy, particularly in the west and south-east at first, developing elsewhere through the day. Tonight: Heavy rain moving east across England and Wales with strong winds and coastal gales in the south and west. Tuesday: Persistent and at times heavy rain and strong winds for northern England and south-east Scotland.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday: Cloud and rain affecting Northern Ireland and Scotland at times, heavy and persistent in the west. Updated at: on Sun 3 Oct Location Details Cardiff Location: More information UK forecast guide Key to symbols and terms What is normal? How are we doing? Follow us on. Get updates alerts RSS.

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