weather is being forecast for a lengthy period by meteorologists with multiple bands of adverse conditions set to arrive on these shores from the Atlantic this weekend and beyond, according to the Met Office.Pulses of rain are expected to be seen in a number of northern regions today (October 7), the Daily Mirror reports.READ MORE: WWE's Cody Rhodes, Becky Lynch and Alexa Bliss donate to Sara Lee memorial fundSaturday (October 8) is set to be dry in most areas but that respite will only prove temporary with more unsettled conditions likely for Sunday (October 9) brought by high pressure in a pattern that is expected to be repeated every day until at least the middle of next week.Speaking in the Met Office's 10-Day Trend report, Alex Deakin said: "The pressure pattern for the next few days will be dominated by low pressure to the north and high pressure to the south.
Plenty of isobars are on the charts, meaning it’s going to stay pretty blustery. "At times we’ll see these weather fronts drifting through, bringing bands of showery rain across the country.
Up until Saturday, we’re going to see a mixture of sunshine and showers with strong, blustery westerly winds."The forecast comes hot on the heels of an already miserable week weather-wise for some parts, as flash-floods left a number of major roads impassable in Swansea on Wednesday morning (October 5).To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.A band of heavy rain and gusty winds will move steadily south-eastwards today, though it will not reach south-east England until later this evening.Read more on dailystar.co.uk