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    Forecast summary

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

    Regional forecast for South West England

    Mostly dry and sunny today, but a cloudier day tomorrow.

    Today:

    It'll be a fine and dry day with plenty of sunshine and it will be feeling warm. It will be breezier during the afternoon, with the chance of perhaps the odd light shower for some. Maximum Temperature 18 °C.

    Tonight:

    It will be dry and chilly overnight, with clear skies for many. However, there will be increasing amounts of cloud in the east by dawn. Minimum Temperature 7 °C.

    Wednesday:

    Another fine day with sunny spells and patchy cloud. It will be rather breezy for some during the morning, but feeling pleasantly warm in the afternoon with winds easing. Maximum Temperature 16 °C.

    Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

    Another bright day Thursday, though there may be a few showers. Friday and Saturday will be bright again, though with heavy showers at times which could turn thundery. Becoming warmer.

    Updated at: 0242 on Tue 24 May 2016

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Mostly dry and sunny today, but a cloudier day tomorrow.

    Today:

    A warm and dry day for many with sunny spells. However, there could be the odd light shower in some western parts during the afternoon, and in eastern coastal counties it will be feeling cooler.

    Tonight:

    Staying dry with any light showers in the west dying out. Skies will become cloudier from the east, so temperatures will be milder here, but a chilly night further west.

    Wednesday:

    A cloudier day but cooler day on Wednesday, particularly towards the east. Some light rain is possible at times through the day, but particularly in north-east England during the evening.

    Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

    Rather changeable with sunny spells and patchy cloud. There will be outbreaks of rain for some, with perhaps some heavy or thundery showers in the south. Turning warmer.

    Updated at: 0217 on Tue 24 May 2016

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Saturday 28 May 2016 to Monday 6 Jun 2016:

    Many areas should see some fine, dry weather over the Bank Holiday weekend, especially the northwest, but with some scattered heavy thundery showers possible, more especially in the south. It should be rather warm generally, although eastern coasts may remain chilly. There is a risk of more persistent rain, stronger winds and cooler conditions affecting parts of the east and south later in the Holiday weekend and into early next week. From midweek onwards settled weather may become more widespread across the UK, with longer periods of dry and bright weather, but still with a risk of some showers or outbreaks of rain, possibly thundery, particularly in the south. Temperatures are then likely to be somewhat above average, particularly in the south and west, with a humid feel at times.

    Updated at: 1227 on Mon 23 May 2016

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 7 Jun 2016 to Tuesday 21 Jun 2016:

    Currently it looks likely that generally settled conditions will continue through the first half of June, as high pressure remains close to the UK. This should bring a good deal of dry and sunny weather for most, particularly in the northwest, whilst some showery outbreaks, possibly thundery, are still possible in places. High pressure may break down later in the period, bringing more unsettled conditions, with rain or showers and perhaps some stronger winds. Temperatures are favoured to be just above average for most areas, especially in the south and west.

    Updated at: 1228 on Mon 23 May 2016

    Location Details

    Winterbourne (South Gloucestershire)

    Location: 51.5239, -2.4997

    Altitude: 65.0 m above mean sea level

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