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    Forecast summary

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

    Regional forecast for East of England

    Cold to start, but bright for many.

    Today:

    Bright and locally icy to start, with occasional showers continuing for East Anglia and parts of Sussex. Showers tending to ease through the afternoon with cloud increasing into the evening, accompanied by freshening winds and a slightly milder feel. Maximum Temperature 4 °C.

    Tonight:

    Increasingly overcast through the evening and overnight, with occasional outbreaks of rain and drizzle. Temperatures dipping initially but recovering to give a milder night and staying generally frost free. Minimum Temperature 1 °C.

    Tuesday:

    Cloudy, mild and breezy on Tuesday with patchy rain throughout, turning heavier into the evening. Maximum Temperature 11 °C.

    Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

    Colder Wednesday, bright and breezy after early rain clears. Remaining cool into Thursday with fresh winds and some wintry showers in the east. Rain early Friday but turning brighter.

    Updated at: 0140 on Mon 29 Nov 2021

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Becoming milder and cloudier from the northwest.

    Today:

    Cold start with some icy stretches and fog patches. Cloud and rain in northwest, with a little snow on the leading edge over Scotland, moving south along with strengthening winds. Cold in south ahead of this, becoming milder in north.

    Tonight:

    Mostly cloudy and milder than recent nights with light rain at times for many. Rain most persistent in the northwest. Perhaps an early frost in the southeast before becoming milder.

    Tuesday:

    Cloudy with some strong winds and rain, this becoming heavier and more widespread during the afternoon in the north, then moving southeast. Much milder than recently, particularly in the south.

    Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

    Rain clearing early Wednesday. Behind turning colder with blustery showers, these becoming wintry across eastern areas on Thursday. A band of rain pushing quickly east Friday, snow across the north.

    Updated at: 0207 on Mon 29 Nov 2021

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Friday 3 Dec 2021 to Sunday 12 Dec 2021:

    Wintry precipitation moving eastward overnight Friday. Snow possible at low-levels across northern England and Scotland for a time, before turning to rain away from high ground. Further south snow likely confined to high ground. Brighter showery conditions following, these frequent and heavy in the northwest, wintry over high ground. Remaining windy, with gales possible in exposed northern areas. Temperatures near normal. Continuing unsettled through the rest of this period with spells of wet and windy weather, interspersed with brighter interludes accompanied with showers. Likely the wettest conditions to be in the west and northwest, and drier conditions in the south towards the end of the period. Often windy with a risk of gales at times, especially in the north and northwest. Often mild, with the potential for brief colder interludes.

    Updated at: 1211 on Sun 28 Nov 2021

    UK Outlook for Monday 13 Dec 2021 to Monday 27 Dec 2021:

    Overall, through this period it is expected to be unsettled and changeable with milder and wetter than average conditions for most, bringing a risk of stormy conditions. Perhaps turning more settled in southern regions for a time nearer the start of this period, which will increase the risk of frost and fog when skies clear overnight. Temperatures on the milder side for much of this period, but some short lived colder spells are possible.

    Updated at: 1212 on Sun 28 Nov 2021

    Location Details

    Hatfield Heath

    Location: 51.8128, 0.209

    Altitude: 82.0 m above mean sea level

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