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

    Regional forecast for London & South East England

    Fine and often sunny.

    Today:

    Any early showers and cloud will soon clear, to leave a fine and sunny day. It will remain dry, with only cloud amounts remaining limited. Although less humid than recently, it will still be feeling warm in the sunshine. Maximum Temperature 25 °C.

    Tonight:

    A dry and clear start to the night, with only light winds. This leading to it turning rather chilly, with the odd patch of mist or fog possible by dawn. Minimum Temperature 11 °C.

    Saturday:

    Mostly sunny start, although cloud will increase during the morning, with a risk of heavy, thundery showers developing later. Turning very warm and humid, especially in any afternoon sunshine. Maximum Temperature 26 °C.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Mostly dry and sunny Sunday, but with a few showers possible. These turning heavy, perhaps thundery overnight, before clearing to sunny spells Monday morning. Staying dry, with further sunshine Tuesday.

    Updated at: 0358 on Fri 26 Aug 2016

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Mostly dry and fine with plenty of sunshine

    Today:

    Scattered showers will affect Northern Ireland and western Scotland today. Elsewhere it'll be generally dry with good sunny spells all day. It'll be a touch cooler and fresher than yesterday, but still warm for most.

    Tonight:

    Most places dry with clear periods overnight and a risk of isolated mist and fog over England and Wales, with scattered showers continuing to affect parts of NW Scotland.

    Saturday:

    After a dry start, a band of rain, becoming heavy later, will affect parts of southern and central England and Wales. Otherwise mostly dry and warm with some sunshine.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Sunday sees sunny spells and showers, occasionally heavy. Monday similar but with more in the way of sunshine. On Tuesday, becoming cloudier with rain arriving in the west later.

    Updated at: 0446 on Fri 26 Aug 2016

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 31 Aug 2016 to Friday 9 Sep 2016:

    A band of rain will move southeastwards across the country on Wednesday. There is a risk of thundery showers breaking out ahead of the rain across central and southeastern parts of England. Brighter but showery weather will follow into the northwest, but southern and eastern parts are likely to become mainly dry. The weather through the rest of the period is likely to be changeable with showers or longer spells of rain, interspersed by some dry and brighter periods. The wettest and windiest weather is likely to occur in the north and west, although there is a low risk of thundery showers affecting the south at times. Temperatures will be generally near or a little above normal, although there is the chance of some warmer spells, especially in the southeast.

    Updated at: 1204 on Fri 26 Aug 2016

    UK Outlook for Thursday 8 Sep 2016 to Thursday 22 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: 1204 on Fri 26 Aug 2016

    Location Details

    Ryde

    Location: 50.7294, -1.1618

    Altitude: 29.0 m above mean sea level

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