Don’t forget to take an umbrella with you on Tuesday as it will be a wet and gray start in most parts of the UK.
The overall forecast for the day is that it will rain in most parts of the UK, with thundershowers expected in some areas.
Although the rains will worsen in central and then northern England, some areas in the south and south-west may see sunshine until evening.
The outlook is a change from Monday’s sunshine scene and it looks like the fall season could be settled for a day or two.
What is the UK weather forecast?
Rain, rain and more rain is a great message for the UK on Tuesday. weather forecast.
Most of the UK will remain awake in the gray skies, with heavy rain in the west and southwest in the morning.
The torrential downpour will move across the UK to central and northern England, where it is expected to get heavier as the day progresses.
There may be some brief sunshine in the south of England by noon, but most areas will remain wet and rainy at some point throughout the day.
Temperatures will still remain relatively mild, with most places peaking at 18-19 Celsius and some areas in the southwest in the early twenties.
After a clear night with occasional showers, most of the UK will wake up on Tuesday mornings for gray scenes.
Rainfall areas will first meet in the morning in southern and central England, with some heavy rain forecast.
The areas of Birmingham, Northampton and Dorset are ready to see the heaviest rains during the morning rush hours.
From 10 a.m., most of the south and southwest will start seeing some sunny mantras with heavy rain.
Heavy rain with a forecast of 4-8 mm will continue in some parts of Lincoln and Sheffield in central England.
Wales and the southwest appear relatively dry in the morning, and the northeast also appears to avoid much rain.
By noon rain will accumulate in central England with heavy rain in the north and east of England.
Most of the rainfall is seen around Lincoln, Leeds and North Norfolk, where 8-16 mm of rain can fall in an hour.
Much of northern and Scotland will remain dry and cloudy, as will Wales and the southwest of England.
The south and southeast are trying to experience light rain with some sunshine between the mantras.
Temperatures will average 18 degrees Celsius in southern and Wales and 16 degrees Celsius in central and northern England and Scotland.
Enjoying the best temperatures along some coastal areas south of Devon County, it reaches 21 degrees Celsius in the afternoon.
As we move into Syria, most of the torrential rains in central England will subside to allow for light rain.
However, heavy rains are now expected in northeastern England, with Leeds, York and Whitby affected the most.
Liverpool and Manchester You can even see some sunshine between London, Cardiff and Birmingham along with light rain.
Recent light rains in the southwest of England and Wales will improve the weather. A sunny evening.
Rainy areas will continue to experience some rain overnight but will continue to make way for a brighter day on Wednesday.