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    Forecast summary

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

    Regional forecast for London & South East England

    Dry, with some very warm sunshine.

    Today:

    A fine day with plenty of sunshine, especially at first. It should stay dry, although some cloud will build during the afternoon and a very isolated shower cannot be ruled out. Feeling hot, with light winds. Maximum Temperature 29 °C.

    Tonight:

    A dry night, with clear spells developing. With only light winds, there will be the risk of very isolated mist patches developing, but these should clear shortly after dawn. Minimum Temperature 13 °C.

    Sunday:

    A dry start, with sunny spells. Whilst cloud will thicken from the west later, it should stay dry. Remaining very warm, especially across sunnier eastern parts. Maximum Temperature 28 °C.

    Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

    Sunshine and showers likely Monday and Tuesday, although most places staying dry, and feeling less humid overnight. Turning cloudier and muggy again Wednesday, but still largely dry, with bright spells.

    Updated at: 0340 on Sat 23 Jul 2016

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Fine and warm for most. Rain in the west later.

    Today:

    Cloud and outbreaks of rain will edge eastwards into western parts of the UK through the day. However, much of the country will remain fine, bar the odd isolated shower, with sunny spells. Feeling very warm where conditions are fine.

    Tonight:

    Remaining rather cloudy across western parts with patchy drizzle. Clearer across Northern Ireland for a time, before rain arrives later. Elsewhere, largely dry with clear spells and remaining fairly humid.

    Sunday:

    Cloud and outbreaks of rain and drizzle, heaviest in the northwest, will spread eastwards during the day. However, southeastern parts will be brighter with sunny spells and very warm temperatures.

    Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

    Feeling fresher on Monday and Tuesday with sunny spells and showers; heaviest in the breezier north. Remaining showery on Wednesday with southern areas generally drier and becoming more humid again.

    Updated at: 0209 on Sat 23 Jul 2016

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Thursday 28 Jul 2016 to Saturday 6 Aug 2016:

    Turning cloudier and more humid on Thursday with outbreaks of rain moving eastwards. This rain is likely to be heaviest in the west and northwest, especially over the hills, and winds will also strengthen in the west. These conditions probably clearing on Friday leaving fresher but showery weather for many. The remainder of the period is likely to stay rather changeable, with a mixture of showers or longer spells of rain and drier more settled interludes. The northwest should see the heaviest of the rain, whilst the southeast gets more of the drier and brighter weather. Temperatures look to be around average, but cooler at times in the northwest and occasionally warm and humid in the southeast.

    Updated at: 1200 on Sat 23 Jul 2016

    UK Outlook for Sunday 7 Aug 2016 to Sunday 21 Aug 2016:

    The strongest signal is for the weather across the UK to stay rather changeable throughout this period. There are likely to be warm and settled periods, but also bands of rain, along with spells of sunshine and showers. Most of the rain is likely to be in the north and northwest, with the south and southeast expected to see more of the drier and settled conditions. There is a small chance that a more prolonged spell of warm and settled conditions could develop for a time during mid-August, but confidence in this is current low. Temperatures will probably average out around normal, with some warmer and cooler days likely.

    Updated at: 1200 on Sat 23 Jul 2016

    Location Details

    Greenwich Park

    Location: 51.477, 0.004

    Altitude: 47.0 m above mean sea level

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