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    Forecast summary

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

    Regional forecast for East of England

    Dry and bright today. Rain arriving across western areas overnight.

    Today:

    Dry with bright or sunny spells. Feeling pleasantly warm in the light south or southwesterly breeze, which will keep the Essex and Suffolk coasts a little cooler than inland areas. Maximum Temperature 22°C.

    Tonight:

    Dry for most of the night, with clear spells at first then increasing amounts of cloud. Later rain is expected to reach the west of the region, becoming locally heavy. Minimum Temperature 14°C.

    Tuesday:

    A band of rain, locally heavy, will clear eastwards by early afternoon. Sunny spells and isolated showers will follow, with a few sharp showers possible. Becoming breezy. Maximum Temperature 23°C.

    Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

    Wednesday sunshine and showers, some heavy, breezy and feeling cooler. Then dry with sunny spells and light winds, after any early showers quickly fade Thursday morning. Becoming warm.

    Updated at: 0205 on Mon 06 Jul 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Wet and breezy in the west, drier and brighter elsewhere.

    Today:

    Turning wet and breezy from the southwest, with some locally heavy rain across western hills. East and southeast England and north and east Scotland will be mostly dry with some sunshine, although isolated showers are possible in northern Scotland later.

    Tonight:

    Patchy rain in the west moves slowly eastwards, becoming heavy across the Midlands and central southern England by morning. Rain also moves northwards across Scotland. Mainly dry, but cloudy elsewhere.

    Tuesday:

    Heavy showery rain will clear southeast England through the morning. Outbreaks of rain will persist across northern Scotland. Elsewhere, there will be variable cloud with sunny spells and scattered showers.

    Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

    Unsettled on Wednesday and cooler, with sunshine and showers. Mostly fine on Thursday with rain in the northwest later. Mainly fine with rain in the northwest Friday and turning warmer.

    Updated at: 0223 on Mon 06 Jul 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Friday 10 Jul 2015 to Sunday 19 Jul 2015:

    Fine, dry and warm across many parts of the UK on Friday, although occasional rain will affect the far northwest. The fine, dry and warm weather could hang on in the far southeast of the country until the end of next weekend, but otherwise turning more unsettled with rain, perhaps heavy and thundery, spreading slowly and erratically east. This then heralds a change to a more unsettled interlude next week, with bands of rain and showers affecting most parts at times. However, the heaviest and more frequent spells of rain will tend to be in the northwest, with southern and eastern parts of the UK still having some spells of dry, bright and warm weather.

    UK Outlook for Monday 20 Jul 2015 to Monday 3 Aug 2015:

    For the rest of July and into the early part of August the pattern of warm, dry spells interspersed with relatively short-lived more unsettled spells of weather, which has dominated so far this summer, is most likely to continue. Frequent spells of rain and showers are most probable in the north and west, with a good deal of fine, dry weather likely further south and east. Overall temperatures are likely to be on the warm side of average and there could be occasional spells of hot weather, especially in the south and east. Generally probably drier than average for many parts of the UK, but there is still a risk of some heavy showers or thunderstorms, especially in the warmer spells of weather.

    Updated at: 1240 on Sun 05 Jul 2015

    Location Details

    Great Shelford

    Location: 52.1481, 0.1401

    Altitude: 18m above mean sea level

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