UK weather: Drizzle to creep southwards – but it’s sunshine in the north

Sunshine is set to spread across the north of England today as central and southern regions take a drenching.

Drizzle will already be pouring on the midlands this morning, before spreading southwards.

Though it will also hit parts of Manchester, most of the north will remain dry.

Most, if not all, of Lancashire is expected to bathe in sunshine, as will Cumbria.

North, East and West Yorkshire are also expected to be sunny as is County Durham and the rest of the north-east.

Sadly, the pleasant weather will stop at the south side of the Scottish border, with most of the country being wet.

Temperatures across northern regions are expected to hit highs of 18C today.

It'll be hotter in London at 24C this afternoon, but southern regions aren't expected to have clear skies.

Wales will dodge some of the drizzle, but Northern Ireland looks to suffer a more significant downfall.

But the bad weather is set to subside on Thursday, when a clear and chilly start for many, the morning will be largely dry with sunny spells across the UK.

This comes as forecasters predict a warm end to September.

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Jim Dale of British Weather Services said: “The end of September is looking more settled.

“There is a fairly reasonable chance of an Indian summer bringing a couple of weeks of fine weather.

“This will be more noticeable in the north of the country where the warmth of the summer has not been so plentiful.”

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