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    Forecast summary

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

    Regional forecast for Yorkshire & Humber

    Sunny spells and scattered showers. Drier by the evening.

    Today:

    A band of cloud and patchy light rain will move eastwards early on. Sunny spells then expected widely but interspersed with scattered showers. These showers becoming more frequent during the afternoon, locally heavy at times. Maximum Temperature 21 °C.

    Tonight:

    Showers dying out during the early evening leaving a mostly fine and dry night. Cloud will gradually spill eastward overnight with some patchy rain or drizzle, particularly over western hills. Minimum Temperature 13 °C.

    Monday:

    Rather cloudy and breezy with occasional bright or sunny spells, especially late on. Widely dry, but with a chance of the odd shower over the Pennines. Clear spells overnight. Maximum Temperature 19 °C.

    Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

    Fine with cloudy spells Tuesday and the odd shower. Cloudier Wednesday with outbreaks of rain moving south-eastwards. Brighter Thursday with light showers possible, mainly over hills. Occasionally breezy. Becoming warmer.

    Updated at: 0235 on Sun 3 Jul 2022

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Showery again today, though less so than recently.

    Today:

    Sunny spells and showers for many parts. Showers focussed across eastern areas by the afternoon where some may be heavy, whilst western parts become mostly dry. Windy and still rather cool in the northwest.

    Tonight:

    Showers dying out to leave clear spells for many. Turning chilly in the south with a few fog patches. Windy with further rain or showers in the northwest, some heavy.

    Monday:

    Cool and windy with showers in the north, some heavy at first, tending to slowly ease. Mostly dry in the south with broken cloud and some warm sunny spells.

    Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

    Fine start for many, before rain, heavy for some northern hills, pushes east overnight Tuesday and into Wednesday. Thereafter, becoming mainly fine and warm away from the northwest.

    Updated at: 0232 on Sun 3 Jul 2022

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Thursday 7 Jul 2022 to Saturday 16 Jul 2022:

    High pressure likely to dominate through this period, bringing dry and generally settled conditions. Southern and eastern areas can expect the best of any fine and dry weather, with light winds, and warm or very warm temperatures. The north and northwest will experience cloudier conditions with mostly light rain, though some heavier outbreaks can't be ruled out in the far northwest, with moderate or fresh winds in the far north, and near normal temperatures. This generally settled regime persists for much of the remainder of the period, although cloud, showers, and some longer spells of rain may continue to affect northern areas at times, and some showers are possible across the south. Temperatures widely near or above average through this period, especially in the south where it may be warm.

    Updated at: 1127 on Sat 2 Jul 2022

    UK Outlook for Sunday 17 Jul 2022 to Sunday 31 Jul 2022:

    Higher pressure is likely to continue bringing generally fine and settled weather throughout the rest of July, which may extend more widely across the UK. However, we may see some less settled weather for a time at the start of this period, with northern areas likely to continue seeing showers, these extending further south at times. Temperatures will be near or above normal, becoming warmer throughout July. We may see some very warm or hot temperatures, especially across the south.

    Updated at: 1128 on Sat 2 Jul 2022

    Location Details

    Bransholme

    Location: 53.7895, -0.326

    Altitude: 6.0 m above mean sea level

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