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London & South East England regional forecast

London & South East England forecast map

London Sunny intervals 51.508 -0.125
Staines Sunny intervals 51.431 -0.514
Basingstoke Cloudy 51.262 -1.092
Reading Sunny intervals 51.452 -0.972
Newbury Cloudy 51.401 -1.322
Wembley Sunny intervals 51.55 -0.303
Canterbury Cloudy 51.28 1.081
Margate Cloudy 51.389 1.389
Dover Cloudy 51.126 1.318
Brighton Sunny intervals 50.822 -0.136
Hastings Sunny intervals 50.854 0.575
Chichester Sunny intervals 50.837 -0.773
Reigate Sunny intervals 51.238 -0.203
Crawley Sunny intervals 51.115 -0.191
Oxford Sunny intervals 51.751 -1.254
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Brockenhurst Cloudy 21 °C
London Sunny intervals 23 °C
Freshwater Sunny intervals 19 °C
Drayton (Portsmouth) Cloudy 22 °C
Haywards Heath Sunny intervals 22 °C
Plumpton Racecourse Sunny intervals 23 °C
Berri Court Sunny intervals 22 °C
Selsey Sunny intervals 21 °C
Penhurst Sunny day 23 °C
Twyford Sunny intervals 21 °C
Hever Castle Gardens Sunny intervals 23 °C
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  • UK 6-30 days

Regional Forecast for London & South East England

Headline:

Mostly fine and dry with periods of sunshine.

Today:

Early morning cloud will break and allow sunny spells to come through. Most parts will stay dry. Humid at first, then becoming fresher during the afternoon. Maximum temperature 25 °C.

Tonight:

Any evening cloud will disperse with long clear spells developing allowing some rural mist patches to form. Light winds everywhere apart from the south coast where it will stay breezy. Minimum temperature 11 °C.

Thursday:

After a clear bright start some cloud will develop, though all parts will have some sunny spells. Most parts dry but turning quite breezy at times. Maximum temperature 22 °C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Mainly dry with sunny spells on Friday. More cloud on Saturday and Sunday with some heavy, perhaps thundery, showers developing. Generally warm inland, but with fresher coastal breezes

Updated: 02:21 on Wed 23 Aug 2017 BST

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Headline:

Rain clearing from the north-east. Drier and fresher elsewhere.

Today:

Heavy rain in Scotland as well as northern and eastern England will gradually clear eastwards. Further south, cloud will move to the east during the afternoon. In the west, brighter, fresher weather will follow, with showers, mainly in Northern Ireland.

Tonight:

The last of the rain will clear from northeast Scotland during the evening, leaving much of the UK dry overnight. A few showers will affect western parts.

Thursday:

England and Wales will be mostly dry and breezy with sunny spells. A few showers are likely in parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland and the far west of England.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Friday will be dry and bright for most, though rain will affect the far north and west. Sunny spells are likely over the weekend, with showers, mainly in the northwest.

Updated: 03:01 on Wed 23 Aug 2017 BST

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Monday 28 Aug 2017 to Wednesday 6 Sep 2017:

On Monday, a band of thick cloud some outbreaks of rain and strong winds are likely to spread eastwards across the country. The rain will be heaviest in the NW and it may remain dry and warm in the southeast, although there is a small risk of one or two thundery showers continuing. Into next week, we are likely to see unsettled conditions, with spells of wet and windy weather, particularly in the northwest. It will be drier in general across the southeast, although there is a risk of some thundery showers here at times. There may be a longer spell of more settled weather in early September. Temperatures will probably be near normal, though perhaps warm at times in the south.

UK Outlook for Thursday 7 Sep 2017 to Thursday 21 Sep 2017:

During this period, we are most likely to see changeable weather conditions featuring across the United Kingdom. However, there will be some dry and fine weather at times too. On balance spells of rain and strong winds are likely to dominate in the north and west, with drier and brighter weather more common in the south and east. Temperatures will probably remain close to normal for the time of year in most parts, though they may become warm or very warm at times in the south which may generate some thunderstorms.

Updated: 03:01 on Wed 23 Aug 2017 BST

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