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Sun 0900
Market Rasen Cloudy 53.3875 -0.3316
Louth Sunny day 53.3657 -0.006
Manby Cloudy 53.36109 0.09867
Mablethorpe Cloudy 53.3406 0.2628
Worksop Sunny day 53.309 -1.1212
Moggs Eye (Huttoft Beach) (Beach) Cloudy 53.2826 0.3111
Bolsover Sunny day 53.2308 -1.2882
Lincoln Sunny intervals 53.2304 -0.539
Chapel St Leonards (Beach) Cloudy 53.2237 0.3399
Horncastle Sunny intervals 53.207 -0.1108
Spilsby Cloudy 53.1744 0.0931
Woodhall Spa Cloudy 53.1513 -0.2165
Skegness Cloudy 53.1461 0.3396
Sibsey Cloudy 53.0366 0.0156
Hucknall Sunny intervals 53.0339 -1.2014
Sleaford Sunny intervals 53.0 -0.408
Holbeach Sunny intervals 52.8037 0.0151
Colsterworth Sunny intervals 52.8031 -0.6191
Spalding Cloudy 52.7868 -0.1433
Bourne Sunny intervals 52.7683 -0.3769
Melton Mowbray Sunny intervals 52.7661 -0.8856
Oakham Sunny intervals 52.6692 -0.7251
Stamford Cloudy 52.6509 -0.4786
Ketton Cloudy 52.6282 -0.555
Mawsley Cloudy 52.37421 -0.8114

Latest forecasts

Market Rasen Cloudy 8 °C
Louth Sunny day 7 °C
Manby Cloudy 8 °C
Mablethorpe Cloudy 9 °C
Worksop Sunny day 7 °C
Moggs Eye (Huttoft Beach) (Beach) Cloudy 9 °C
Bolsover Sunny day 7 °C
Lincoln Sunny intervals 7 °C
Chapel St Leonards (Beach) Cloudy 8 °C
Horncastle Sunny intervals 7 °C
Spilsby Cloudy 8 °C

Forecast summary

  • Regional
  • UK 5 days
  • UK 6-30 days

Regional forecast for East Midlands

A fine and dry day with sunny spells.


Following a chilly start it will be a largely fine and dry day with bright or sunny spells. Feeling pleasantly warm in the sunshine, but turning a little breezier later. Maximum Temperature 15 °C.


Dry at first with some clear spells, but cloud will tend to increase from the northwest through the night with some patchy rain possible later, especially over the Derbyshire hills. Minimum Temperature 7 °C.


A colder, breezy and generally cloudy day with some outbreaks of rain, clearing to showers later, with the showers becoming increasingly wintry over hills by the evening. Maximum Temperature 12 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Cold and windy with sunny spells and locally heavy wintry showers on Tuesday and Wednesday. Overnight frosts likely. Generally cloudy Thursday with scattered showers, but feeling a little less cold.

Updated at: 0353 on Sun 23 Apr 2017

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Largely dry today but becoming colder and more unsettled.


It will be rather cloudy in the north with patchy rain at first, which will become more persistent later, with strong winds. For many it will be largely dry though, and pleasant in the sunshine.


Bands of rain will move south from Scotland tonight, with some snow over the hills in Scotland. It will become windy for many but southern areas should stay dry.


Patchy rain will continue to move south tomorrow. Further sleet and snow will affect the north, especially over hills. Windy for many and feeling colder in the north.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Sunny spells and scattered showers are likely on Tuesday and Wednesday, with the risk of hail and some snow. Becoming drier and less cold on Thursday, with a few showers.

Updated at: 0123 on Sun 23 Apr 2017

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Thursday 27 Apr 2017 to Saturday 6 May 2017:

Thursday will stay rather cold with a mix of sunshine and showers across the UK with the most frequent showers likely across eastern parts and along windward coasts. Some of the showers will be heavy and wintry, with hail and thunder likely at times. We will see widespread, perhaps sharp, overnight frosts at first, but temperatures look set to slowly rise through the end of next week. By Friday and into next weekend, more unsettled conditions are likely generally, especially in the northwest, with the best of any drier and brighter spells in the south-east. By the first week of May, western areas may continue rather unsettled whereas eastern parts should be drier, brighter and warmer.

Updated at: 1315 on Sat 22 Apr 2017

UK Outlook for Sunday 7 May 2017 to Sunday 21 May 2017:

High pressure appears more likely to be dominant through the majority of the period, meaning that below average rainfall is most probable during this time. However, low pressure may bring the possibility of less settled conditions at times, especially across western areas. During the first half of the month, temperatures are likely to be average or slightly above average. This will mean that we should lose the risk of frosts, and it will feel warm at times. Towards the end of the period, there is a greater chance of it turning very warm, although confidence at this stage is very low.

Updated at: 1315 on Sat 22 Apr 2017

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