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    Forecast summary

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

    Regional forecast for London & South East England

    Isolated showers and sunny intervals. Temperatures a little below average.

    Today:

    Isolated showers, but with many places remaining dry. Some bright or sunny intervals, best of these across the south where the highest temperatures are likely to be. Generally temperatures will be slightly below average. Becoming windy along the south coast. Maximum Temperature 21°C.

    Tonight:

    Most places will remain dry, as only isolated showers will continue, with some cloud breaks and so clear spells. Generally breezy, but windy at first along the south coast. Minimum Temperature 10°C.

    Wednesday:

    Largely dry with sunny intervals until the afternoon when isolated heavy showers develop, particularly north of London. Breezy at first, but later the wind eases. Maximum Temperature 21°C.

    Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

    Generally dry with sunny spells Thursday and Friday, and feeling slightly warmer with light winds. Saturday perhaps a bit cloudier with isolated showers.

    Updated at: 0638 on Tue 28 Jul 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Staying unsettled and cool.

    Today:

    Showers or longer spells of rain across Scotland, Northern Ireland and Northern England, locally heavy and thundery in places. Sunny spells and scattered showers elsewhere but largely dry across the south. Temperatures below average but feeling pleasant in the sunshine.

    Tonight:

    Rather cloudy with showery rain across Northern Ireland, Northern England and Wales, locally heavy and possibly thundery. Dry with clear spells and breezy in the south. Cooler in the north.

    Wednesday:

    Dry and bright with sunny spells for many. There are likely to be some showers, possibly heavy at times, mainly in north and east. Breezy around eastern coasts, easing later.

    Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

    Dry for much of the UK on Thursday with lighter winds. Some chilly nights in places. Turning showery and breezy in the northwest on Friday, extending southwards a little Saturday.

    Updated at: 0703 on Tue 28 Jul 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Saturday 1 Aug 2015 to Monday 10 Aug 2015:

    Many places fine and dry on Saturday with some sunny spells, but also a continued risk of a few showers around, most likely in the north and east. Towards Sunday another band of rain will probably spread in from the west, heaviest and most persistent in the northwest where strong winds are also a possibility. Likely to stay unsettled during the first half of next week, with further bouts of rain and some strong winds possible, but it will always be driest in the southeast. The trend is then for things to settle down as we go through next weekend. Temperatures for the most part will be near or below normal, especially in the north, but a trend towards warmer conditions is expected in the south towards next week.

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 11 Aug 2015 to Tuesday 25 Aug 2015:

    There are signals for more settled and generally drier conditions to predominate for much of the UK through this period, but more especially in the south and east. However, there is still a chance that some spells of more unsettled weather could push in from the west at times, most likely being confined to northern and western parts of the UK. Temperatures on the whole will be near or a little below average for the time of year, with any very warm or hot weather across southern areas probably brief in nature.

    Updated at: 1224 on Mon 27 Jul 2015

    Location Details

    Reading University, Whiteknights

    Location: 51.44128, -0.93813

    Altitude: 66m above mean sea level

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