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Forecast summary

Regional forecast for East Midlands

Rather cloudy but mostly dry.

This Evening and Tonight:

Clear spells at first, which alongside light winds could lead to a few fog patches forming. Cloud will tend to increase from the west later, with some hill fog likely over the Derbyshire hills. Minimum Temperature 8 °C.


A few sunny spells, especially in the east, but generally rather cloudy with the odd spot of light rain or drizzle possible over the Pennines. Feeling mild in light winds. Maximum Temperature 16 °C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

It should remain dry and relatively mild on Sunday and Monday with some bright or sunny spells and overnight fog possible. Patchy rain for a time Tuesday and feeling colder.

Updated at: 1448 on Fri 28 Oct 2016

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Mostly dry and cloudy tonight. Generally mild.

This Evening and Tonight:

Mostly dry and cloudy, with a good deal of low cloud and hill fog across England and Wales. Some patchy light rain and drizzle, mainly western coasts and hills, with more persistent rain over northwest Scotland. Mild for many.


A generally cloudy day with any bright or sunny spells mostly in east and feeling mild. Mostly dry, but with patchy rain or drizzle over some western coasts or hills.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

Perhaps brighter on Sunday, with outbreaks of rain in the northwest. Brighter in the south Monday, with rain in the northwest. Rain moving south Tuesday, turning cooler and showery behind.

Updated at: 1619 on Fri 28 Oct 2016

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Wednesday 2 Nov 2016 to Friday 11 Nov 2016:

Cloud and rain may be slow to clear from southern parts of the UK at first on Wednesday. However, as this clears away to the south we will see a colder northerly airflow becoming established across the UK. This will bring a mixture of sunshine and scattered showers, particularly across the north and east on Wednesday. Feeling cold in the brisk northerly wind around windward coasts and hills. Chilly by night, with the risk of frost in places. Meanwhile, we'll see cloud and patchy rain edging into the far northwest on Thursday. Thereafter, high pressure seems likely to be situated to the west of the UK, bringing generally settled weather for many, although unsettled conditions edging in from the northwest at times. Temperatures are likely to be below average.

Updated at: 1300 on Fri 28 Oct 2016

UK Outlook for Saturday 12 Nov 2016 to Saturday 26 Nov 2016:

The outlook for mid November remains uncertain, however spells of windier and stormier weather look to be less likely than would normally be expected at this time of year. Indications suggest that at first northerly or north-westerly winds are likely to predominate over the UK, leading to lower than average temperatures for many and a widespread risk of frosts. The expectation is for windier and more showery conditions to be possible in the north, perhaps with snow over some higher ground, with drier, more settled weather in the south. Towards the end of the period confidence continues to be low, with the most likely scenario looking to be a continuation of the mainly drier, settled weather, although there is a signal for below average temperatures to continue.

Updated at: 1300 on Fri 28 Oct 2016