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    Forecast summary

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

    Regional forecast for East of England

    Sunshine gradually developing for most. Perhaps the odd shower later.

    Today:

    Early mist, low cloud and fog patches will gradually burn back towards the coast, with rather warm and often sunny conditions developing. However cloud will spread east during the afternoon, with one or two heavy, perhaps thundery, showers developing. Maximum Temperature 23 °C.

    Tonight:

    Cloudy, with showers at first. These easing away westwards, with clearer spells developing. However mist could return to north Norfolk coasts, whilst isolated showers are possible in the south. Minimum Temperature 10 °C.

    Thursday:

    Isolated showers are possible in the south at first, although cloud will break, with some warm sunshine developing. However greater risk of more widespread showers, perhaps thundery, from late afternoon. Maximum Temperature 24 °C.

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

    Cloudy start Friday, with early showers soon clearing north, and sunny spells developing. Very warm, humid and generally sunny Saturday and Sunday, although cooler along coasts with an onshore breeze.

    Updated at: 0241 on Wed 23 May 2018

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Mainly warm and sunny today, but cloudy in the northeast.

    Today:

    Warm, dry and sunny for most. Cloudier and cooler in northeastern areas, but the cloud will burn back towards the coast during the day. There is a risk of isolated showers in southeast England this afternoon.

    Tonight:

    Turning cloudier across central/southern England and Wales, with outbreaks of rain and perhaps the odd rumble of thunder. Dry in the north, but still cloud and fog in the northeast.

    Thursday:

    Warm and sunny in northwest England, Northern Ireland and Scotland; still cloudy and cooler in the northeast. Some outbreaks of rain in central/southern England and Wales, perhaps heavy or thundery.

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

    Heavy rain in places on Friday, but warm sunny spells for most. Saturday and Sunday warm sunny spells, but a few heavy and perhaps thundery showers, mainly in the south.

    Updated at: 0308 on Wed 23 May 2018

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Sunday 27 May 2018 to Tuesday 5 Jun 2018:

    The Bank Holiday weekend will be mostly fine and sunny, after any early mist and fog has cleared. Scattered thunderstorms could affect southern and central areas at times however, with mist and low cloud possibly affecting the east coast. It will very warm or hot in the south and west, but often much cooler near eastern coasts. There will also be a brisk easterly wind across southern areas. Similar conditions will prevail into next week, but some longer spells of heavy, thundery rain may move northwards into central parts. Into the beginning of June confidence is low, but it will most likely remain overall drier and warmer than average. However there will be an increasing chance of more unsettled, cooler conditions developing.

    Updated at: 1150 on Tue 22 May 2018

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 6 Jun 2018 to Wednesday 20 Jun 2018:

    For the beginning of June there is low confidence in the type of weather pattern expected across the UK. Conditions are likely to become generally more unsettled as we head towards the middle of the month, with periods of rain or showers being more frequent and widespread. There will still be some more settled spells at times, these most likely in the south and southeast. Temperatures will probably be near or slightly above normal, but there is continued potential for further very warm spells.

    Updated at: 1150 on Tue 22 May 2018

    Location Details

    Wells-next-the-Sea

    Location: 52.9543, 0.8507

    Altitude: 11.0 m above mean sea level

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