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    Forecast summary

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

    Regional forecast for London & South East England

    Becoming dry with sunny spells, some heavy showers likely later.

    Today:

    Overnight rain clearing eastwards and becoming dry for a time during the morning with some warm sunny spells developing but scattered heavy showers are likely during the afternoon, mainly over northern parts of the region. Maximum Temperature 18C.

    Tonight:

    Perhaps dry in southern parts at first, but becoming generally cloudy overnight with outbreaks of rain which may be heavy at times. Minimum Temperature 7C.

    Sunday:

    Cloudy through the morning with further outbreaks of rain, but slowly becoming drier and brighter from the northwest during the afternoon. Feeling much colder than recently. Maximum Temperature 14C.

    Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

    Breezy and feeling cold on Monday and Tuesday with sunny spells and a few showers and also some rural overnight frosts. Probably becoming cloudy, wet and windy on Wednesday.

    Updated at: 0343 on Sat 25 Apr 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Rather unsettled through the weekend and turning cooler for all.

    Today:

    Rain across northern UK will push south and become patchier, reaching central areas by evening. Turning colder to the north with wintry showers in the far northwest. Southern areas will be warmer with sunny spells and scattered heavy showers.

    Tonight:

    Rain continuing to move southeastwards, reaching all parts by dawn. Turning drier but colder with wintry showers in the far northwest and frost and ice in places.

    Sunday:

    Rain across southern parts moving south but probably not clearing the far southeast until late afternoon. Colder, sunnier weather following with scattered showers, wintry over northern hills.

    Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

    Rather cold and breezy throughout with sunshine and showers on Monday and Tuesday, wintry across some northern areas. Risk of more persistent rain and strong winds in places on Wednesday.

    Updated at: 0237 on Sat 25 Apr 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 29 Apr 2015 to Friday 8 May 2015:

    It looks likely to be unsettled and rather cold as we move from April into May, becoming winder than of late. There will be a period of wet, windy and cold weather early in the period. Otherwise sunny spells and some showers are expected, these are likley to turn heavy at times with a risk of hail and thunder, and also snow on northern hills. Although drier interludes are likely towards the end of the period, the changeable conditions are likely to continue, but it will probably become less cold, with rain likely becoming focussed towards western and central parts, with the best chance of some drier and brighter conditions in the south and east.

    UK Outlook for Saturday 9 May 2015 to Saturday 23 May 2015:

    Changeable and at times unsettled conditions are more likely to persist for the first half of May, though it may turn drier mid-month. Central and western areas are likely to see the most of any rainfall, while southern and eastern districts and the far north have the best of any drier weather. However, there are no strong signals, with weather conditions likely to be fairly typical for the time of year with spells of fine and bright weather interspersed with more changeable conditions. Daytime temperatures likely to be above average when conditions are fine and near or a little below during unsettled spells. As is common for the time of year, spells of settled weather are likely to be accompanied by chilly evenings with isolated overnight frost in rural areas.

    Updated at: 1319 on Fri 24 Apr 2015

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    Location: 51.2735, 1.3391

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