A stormy Friday is on the way with severe gales for southern areas and widespread heavy rain, but there are signs of an end to the conveyor belt of Atlantic storms and a return to more normal weather for the time of year.
Michael brings news of yet more wet and windy weather during the upcoming week in his latest forecast as further Atlantic storms target the British Isles.
A very unsettled week as the colder air gets pushed away by a conveyor belt of Atlantic low pressure systems bring heavy rain, strong winds and hill snow. There is also a risk of coastal flooding on Saturday as strong winds drive large waves during high tide.
There's some heavy rain and strong winds on the way as the jet stream powers up once again, but following behind is the potential for a colder snap, with hard frosts and maybe some snow, mainly for the northern hills and mountains, but possibly a little lower down and further south at times too.