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

    Regional forecast for South West England

    Dry and sunny today, isolated heavy showers tomorrow.

    Today:

    A chilly start to what will be a mostly dry day with plenty of sunshine. Some cloud will gradually develop during the afternoon but in the lights winds and sunshine it will feel quite pleasant. Maximum Temperature 19°C.

    Tonight:

    Another clear and dry night for many with some cloud spreading in from the west by dawn. Winds will remain light but it won't be as cold as last night. Minimum Temperature 10°C.

    Saturday:

    A mostly dry day but some isolated heavy showers especially through the morning. Starting cloudy but this will soon break up giving sunny spells later. Warmer than recent days. Maximum Temperature 20°C.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Dry and bright Sunday, before outbreaks of showery rain arrive overnight. Monday and Tuesday sees a mixture of sunshine and showers with strengthening winds. Warmer on Monday but fresher Tuesday.

    Updated at: 0401 on Fri 31 Jul 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Dry and sunny in the south. Unsettled for the north.

    Today:

    Cloudy picture for Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern parts of England and Wales, with showery outbreaks of rain pushing in from the west. Elsewhere, dry and fine after a chilly start with light winds. Feeling pleasant in the sunshine.

    Tonight:

    Becoming windier in northern Britain and staying unsettled with showers, these turning heavy and frequent later. Elsewhere, drier and clearer, with some rain over northern parts of Wales and England.

    Saturday:

    Mostly dry and sunny in the south, although some outbreaks of showery rain at times. Breezy further north with frequent heavy showers, especially for Scotland. Warmer than recent in south.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Dry and bright Sunday before showery rain arrives in west later. Monday and Tuesday stays unsettled in the north whilst drier, brighter and warmer further south, with showers at times.

    Updated at: 0433 on Fri 31 Jul 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 5 Aug 2015 to Friday 14 Aug 2015:

    On Wednesday, scattered, blustery showers will affect many areas, these heaviest and most frequent in northern and western parts, whilst southern and eastern areas will see the best of any drier and brighter interludes. Showery conditions are likely to persist in the north on Thursday, but better conditions are likely further south with only isolated showers and some pleasant sunny spells. Thereafter, changeable conditions are expected to continue. The north is most likely to see more frequent spells of wind and rain. Southern areas should see the best of any drier and settled weather, but some rain here at times too. Temperatures are likely to be near or just below normal in the north, and around normal in the south, however some warmer spells are possible.

    UK Outlook for Saturday 15 Aug 2015 to Saturday 29 Aug 2015:

    The changeable conditions are likely to continue into the second half of August. Northern areas remain most likely to see the more frequent spells of wind and rain, with the best of the drier and more settled conditions in the south, although some outbreaks of rain are likely here at times too. There is a weak signal for some periods of drier and more settled weather to develop towards the end of the month, however confidence in this is currently low. Temperatures on the whole will be near or below average for the time of year, especially in the north, although during any settled spells of weather it could turn rather warm at times.

    Updated at: 1253 on Fri 31 Jul 2015

    Location Details

    West Howe

    Location: 50.7579, -1.9245

    Altitude: 58m above mean sea level

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