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    Forecast summary

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

    Regional forecast for London & South East England

    Fog patches slowly clear, but persistent in places. Sunshine follows.

    Today:

    Cold, frosty start with fog only gradually clearing to sunny skies through the morning. Although isolated patches potentially persisting into the afternoon, and perhaps throughout in places. Sunshine turning hazy later, especially across western parts, as thin cloud spreads east Maximum Temperature 8 °C.

    Tonight:

    A few brief patches of shallow mist and fog potentially reforming in the south. Cloud continues to thicken overnight, but staying dry. Chilly, but less cold than the previous night. Minimum Temperature 2 °C.

    Wednesday:

    Cloudy morning with a few outbreaks of light rain or drizzle possible. Clearing through the afternoon with sunnier but also colder weather following, although southeastern parts likely staying cloudy throughout. Maximum Temperature 8 °C.

    Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

    Frosty start Thursday, then cold and sunny although winds easing. Cold, frosty again overnight Friday and Saturday, although cloudier with brighter spells. Temperatures recovering a little Saturday.

    Updated at: 0133 on Tue 18 Jan 2022

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Fog slow to clear in south, some rain in northwest.

    Today:

    Frosty start for much of England and Wales with patches of freezing fog, slow to clear in some parts of central and southern England. Else, variable cloud and sunny spells, but windier with some rain in far northwest later.

    Tonight:

    Clear intervals with possible frost in parts in south and east along with a few fog patches. Windier north and west, with bands of cloud and rain moving southeastwards.

    Wednesday:

    Bands of cloud and patchy rain moving southeast, then colder and windy with sunny spells and scattered showers, these wintry in the north.

    Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

    Cold on Thursday with sunny spells, isolated showers for the east coast. Turning milder in the north with some rain in the northwest. Settled in the south with overnight frost.

    Updated at: 0159 on Tue 18 Jan 2022

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Sunday 23 Jan 2022 to Tuesday 1 Feb 2022:

    Through this period, it is likely to be settled, but often cloudy in the south with overnight frost and fog forming under any clear skies and temperatures around or slightly below average. In the north, conditions are expected to be milder and more changeable, with a band of heavier rain in the far northwest later on Sunday and strong winds and gales possible in the far north. Through the rest of the period rain or showers at times for the north, with stronger winds mainly restricted to the far north, although possibly bringing unsettled conditions further south at times. Temperatures are likely to be around or slightly above average. Conditions are likely to remain similar into the start of February, with drier than average conditions for most.

    Updated at: 1242 on Tue 18 Jan 2022

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 1 Feb 2022 to Tuesday 15 Feb 2022:

    High pressure is expected to be near or across the UK to start with, before gradually declining southwards further into February. This means that, especially at first, the generally settled conditions will prevail with bright or sunny spells. There is still the increased likelihood of frost and fog, the fog lingering all day in places. Later in February, it is likely to turn more changeable in the north, with outbreaks of rain and stronger winds. There is an increased chance of these pushing further south at times, though settled conditions are most likely to persist here. Temperatures are expected to be slightly above average overall, particularly in the north. Some colder interludes are still likely though, bringing a risk of occasional snow, most likely over northern hills.

    Updated at: 1159 on Mon 17 Jan 2022

    Location Details

    Brize Norton

    Location: 51.758, -1.576

    Altitude: 81.0 m above mean sea level

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