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Dry with bright or sunny spells for most, although it is likely to be rather cloudy across western parts during the morning. Brisk winds, particularly along the north Norfolk coast, will gradually ease later in the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 22 °C.
Dry with largely clear skies and light winds overnight, which may allow some isolated patches of mist and fog to form in rural areas towards dawn. Minimum Temperature 10 °C.
A dry day, with early morning mist and fog patches clearing to sunny spells. Breezy during the middle of the day. Maximum Temperature 23 °C.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
The weekend will be largely dry with warm sunny spells, although a few heavy showers are likely to develop Sunday. Heavy rain and blustery winds clearing to scattered showers Monday.
Updated at: 0406 on Thu 23 Sep 2021
Severe gales and squally showers at first across the far north, otherwise mostly dry, warm and fine with the best of any sunshine in eastern and central parts. Thicker cloud may bring some patchy rain at times to the west.
Mostly cloudy in the north and west with some rain or drizzle at times. Mostly dry with variable cloud and clear spells elsewhere. Becoming increasingly breezy especially in the north.
Rather cloudy, especially in the west and north where some patchy rain is likely with the best of any sunshine in eastern parts. Breezy, particularly in northern areas. Feeling warm.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Mainly fine and warm Saturday. Some rain for the northwest. Scattered showers overnight into Sunday, perhaps heavy in the east. Squally band of rain pushes east Sunday and into Monday.
Updated at: 0221 on Thu 23 Sep 2021
UK Outlook for Monday 27 Sep 2021 to Wednesday 6 Oct 2021:
A band of blustery, sometimes intense, showers pass over much of the UK through Monday, bringing a noticeable drop in temperatures for the oncoming week as it passes. As such, eastern areas are likely to start off warm and fine once patchy mist clears on Monday ahead of this. Breezy winds with the risk of gales for Northern Isles. A cyclonic pattern will likely develop from Tuesday and last into October, bringing largely unsettled condition across the UK with a very general northwest to southeast split: Showers and long spells of rain towards northern areas with the southeast perhaps seeing drier and sunnier weather. However, unsettled weather could still spread south with outbreaks of rain. Temperatures near average but may rise slightly towards the end of this period.
Updated at: 1135 on Wed 22 Sep 2021
UK Outlook for Thursday 7 Oct 2021 to Thursday 21 Oct 2021:
Confidence is typically low through this period. Current signals suggest the higher pressure is more likely over the south during this period, giving generally dry and settle conditions. More settled conditions may spread northwards at times. Lower pressure in the north will bring periods of showers or longer spells along with stronger winds. Temperatures most likely around or above average.
Updated at: 1117 on Wed 22 Sep 2021
Location: 51.854, 1.283
Altitude: 5.0 m above mean sea level