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

    Regional forecast for North West England

    Some warm sunshine today, although showers developing this weekend.

    Today:

    Low cloud and hill fog will gradually lift across the Pennines, and after a clear and chilly start in some other areas, a largely dry day will follow across the region. Some warm spells of sunshine will also develop. Maximum Temperature 17 °C.

    Tonight:

    It will be generally dry overnight with light winds and clear spells. However, patches of low cloud, mist and fog may develop later, especially over the Pennines. Minimum Temperature 9 °C.

    Saturday:

    After a grey start in places most areas will have a dry day with some warm sunshine. However, a few showers are possible later, which may turn heavy and thundery. Maximum Temperature 19 °C.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Sunshine and scattered heavy showers are likely on Sunday. Monday should begin fine, although wet and windy weather may spread from the east later, heralding an unsettled day on Tuesday.

    Updated at: 0254 on Fri 27 May 2016

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    There will be warm sunshine and scattered heavy showers today.

    Today:

    Rain will die out across Northern Ireland, southern Scotland and northern England with sunny spells developing. However, cloud will linger near North Sea coasts. Elsewhere there will be warm sunshine and showers, heavy and thundery in the southwest and Wales.

    Tonight:

    Locally heavy and thundery showers will affect southern and some western areas. Elsewhere there will be clear spells, although some low cloud will spread from the east into central parts.

    Saturday:

    Low cloud should retreat towards North Sea coasts to leave many parts dry with warm sunshine. However, further showers are likely in the south and west, some heavy and thundery.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Sunshine and showers are expected again on Sunday. Wet and windy weather should then gradually spread to most areas from the east during Bank Holiday Monday and Tuesday.

    Updated at: 0251 on Fri 27 May 2016

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 31 May 2016 to Thursday 9 Jun 2016:

    Many places will see some rain through Tuesday and Wednesday, this perhaps heavy and thundery at times, with the wettest conditions likely in eastern and southeastern areas. It will also be breezy for most parts, particularly in the east, where the wind will make it feel quite cool. Despite this rain, northern and western Scotland may remain dry and sunny. Thereafter most parts of the country should see a good deal of dry weather, but also showers at times, these most likely across the south. Northern and western parts will most likely see the driest, sunniest and warmest conditions, while southern and eastern parts may see the fine weather broken up by some cloudier, cooler days with rain at times.

    Updated at: 1201 on Thu 26 May 2016

    UK Outlook for Friday 10 Jun 2016 to Friday 24 Jun 2016:

    Currently it looks likely that generally settled conditions will continue until the start of this period. This means we can expect a good deal of dry and bright weather for many parts of the country, particularly in the north and west where the best of any warm and sunny weather should be. There will probably be some wetter intervals mixed in, these most likely in the south and east, making it feel cooler at times. Towards mid June, there is a chance that more unsettled conditions could become established, bringing some cooler and wetter weather to northern and western parts, while drier, warmer conditions become favoured towards the south and east.

    Updated at: 1201 on Thu 26 May 2016

    Location Details

    Tranmere

    Location: 53.3777, -3.0141

    Altitude: 15.0 m above mean sea level

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