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

    Regional forecast for North West England

    Heavy showers at first, but becoming drier later on.


    Heavy and locally thundery showers will affect many areas at first, but these will ease and move away. A further scattering of showers are likely to follow with brighter spells and it will turn drier later, especially towards western coasts. Maximum Temperature 20 °C.


    Any showers will ease through the evening to give a dry night with clear spells, leading to some mist and fog in places. Feeling fresher for many. Minimum Temperature 10 °C.


    Early mist and fog will clear quickly to give a fine day with some warm sunshine. High cloud will increase during the afternoon turning the sunshine a little hazy. Maximum Temperature 19 °C.

    Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

    Tuesday see some brightness but perhaps with drizzle over the hills. Some rain early on Wednesday but turning brighter and breezier later. Largely dry again on Thursday, with sunny intervals.

    Updated at: 0226 on Sun 28 Aug 2016

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Heavy showers for some, otherwise dry with some warm sunshine.


    Heavy and locally thundery rain will affect northern England at first. Further showers, heavy at times, will affect parts of Scotland, England and Wales, however most parts should see some warm sunny intervals, whilst some western parts stay mostly dry.


    Showers will ease through the evening to give a dry night with clear spells, allowing some mist and fog patches to form. Fresher compared to recent nights for many areas.


    Early mist and fog will clear to give a fine day with some warm sunshine for many. Cloud will thicken in the west with some rain across north-west Scotland later.

    Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

    Largely fine and warm on Tuesday before cloud and rain slowly spreads south-eastwards through Wednesday. Breezy with showers behind this across the north, but drier for most during Thursday.

    Updated at: 0201 on Sun 28 Aug 2016

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Thursday 1 Sep 2016 to Saturday 10 Sep 2016:

    Thursday is likely to be dry for many, apart from a few showers in the northwest, and a band of patchy rain across parts of Wales and central England. This weakening band of rain will gradually move southeastwards on Friday, but at the same time another band of rain will move in from the northwest, which will be accompanied by some strong winds. Thereafter the changeable pattern is likely to continue, with showers or longer spells of rain, interspersed by some drier and brighter periods. The wettest and windiest weather is likely across the northwest, although there is a low risk of thundery showers occasionally affecting the south. Temperatures, generally near or a little above normal, although there is the chance of some warmer spells, especially in the southeast.

    Updated at: 1202 on Sat 27 Aug 2016

    UK Outlook for Sunday 11 Sep 2016 to Sunday 25 Sep 2016:

    There is some doubt in the detail of the forecast for this period, but the most likely scenario is for westerly or southwesterly winds to dominate. This will bring changeable weather, with showers or longer spells of rain interspersed by some dry and bright periods. The heaviest and most persistent rain is expected to occur in the north and west, where it could also be windy at times. The best of the brighter weather probably occurring in the south and east. A trend towards drier and more settled conditions looks more possible during the second half of September. Temperatures through this period are likely to be generally above average, with any colder spells being transient.

    Updated at: 1202 on Sat 27 Aug 2016

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    Location: 53.1395, -2.8411

    Altitude: 17.0 m above mean sea level

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