UK weather: Met Office issues more heavy rain warnings – but dry cold snap coming
There will be heavy rain across the UK
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The Met Office has issues more heavy rain warnings across the UK over the next few days.
There will also be a cold snap before a dry spell arrives.
Sunday will see blustery showers and rain moving northeast across the country while there will be some persistent rain in Northern Ireland and southeast England.
It will be windy across the UK especially in the south which will experience gales across the coast but the wind will ease in Scotland.
The Met has also warned it be chiller on Sunday.
The UK will experience a dry start on Monday but there will be persistent rain and showers in the far north.
It will be windy but mild throughout the day and further rain will arrive in the afternoon and evening.
Ex-BBC forecaster Michael Fish of Netweather said: "The next week could be described in various ways – including 'just pants."
Heavy rain has also been predicted for Tuesday in the northwest of England but the rest of the UK will be mainly dry, bright and very mild.
However the weather will become more unsettled and colder from Wednesday with rain and blustery showers.