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East of England regional forecast

East of England forecast map

Clacton-on-Sea Cloudy 51.789 1.155
Royston (Hertfordshire) Clear night 52.052 -0.019
Wymondham Clear night 52.569 1.117
Sudbury Partly cloudy night 52.041 0.728
Beccles Cloudy 52.459 1.568
Braintree Partly cloudy night 51.88 0.553
Gayton Partly cloudy night 52.743 0.563
North Walsham Clear night 52.822 1.388
Wells-next-the-Sea Clear night 52.954 0.851
Norwich Cloudy 52.63 1.299
Newmarket Clear night 52.245 0.41
Thetford Partly cloudy night 52.413 0.753
Welwyn Garden City Clear night 51.803 -0.207
Watford (Hertfordshire) Clear night 51.656 -0.389
Southend-on-Sea Partly cloudy night 51.541 0.713
Cambridge Partly cloudy night 52.208 0.124
Peterborough Partly cloudy night 52.569 -0.239
Bedford Overcast 52.134 -0.461
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Shefford Clear night 6 °C
Wrest Park Clear night 6 °C
Terrington St. Clement Clear night 4 °C
Lessingham Partly cloudy night 7 °C
Haverhill Partly cloudy night 6 °C
Hoveton Hall Gardens Partly cloudy night 6 °C
Lakes End Partly cloudy night 5 °C
Darsham Cloudy 7 °C
Witham Partly cloudy night 7 °C
Tolleshunt Major Partly cloudy night 7 °C
Newmarket Clear night 6 °C
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Regional Forecast for East of England

Headline:

Becoming clear and frosty overnight. Bright and dry on Monday.

This Evening and Tonight:

Cloud, wind and rain initially this evening will gradually clear away southeast, leaving clearer skies and lighter for the rest of the night. This will lead to another frost by dawn, with perhaps some mist and fog in places. Minimum temperature -1 °C.

Monday:

Cold and frosty initially. Dry and fine conditions through the day with light winds and some sunshine. Likely becoming quite misty and foggy overnight across many parts. Maximum temperature 6 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

A mostly grey but dry day Tuesday with morning fog, locally dense, slow clear. Mostly dry and cloudy Wednesday with rain later, this slowly clearing early Thursday to drier conditions.

Updated: 13:33 on Sun 17 Dec 2017 GMT

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Headline:

Rain moving southeast, clearing tonight.

This Evening and Tonight:

Rain clearing southern parts this evening, leaving a dry but cold night with light winds and clear spells across most of the UK. Frost, patchy fog, and low cloud may develop in places.

Monday:

A cold morning, with some fog patches slow to clear through the day. A dry and bright day for many with light winds. Some cloud and rain in the northwest.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Slow-clearing fog in places on Tuesday with patchy rain and drizzle in the west. Turning drier and brighter in the north Wednesday and Thursday, cloudy with patchy rain further south.

Updated: 15:01 on Sun 17 Dec 2017 GMT

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Friday 22 Dec 2017 to Sunday 31 Dec 2017:

In the run up to Christmas it is most probable that the UK should see temperatures near to or above average for the time of year. On Friday it will probably start mainly fine and dry with bright spells for many. However, skies are likely to turn cloudier in the north and west with outbreaks of rain developing into Saturday. Into the Christmas period, timings remain uncertain, however rain and cloud should clear southeastwards, leaving drier, brighter and colder conditions for a time. Showers are likely for some, and these could turn wintry in the north. In the period between Christmas and New Year, very unsettled conditions look likely with gales at times, and perhaps showery conditions in the north and west.

UK Outlook for Monday 1 Jan 2018 to Monday 15 Jan 2018:

At the start of the new year, it is likely to be unsettled and often windy across much of the UK. Temperatures will be near to or below average and snow is likely, at times, especially across northern parts of the country. Through the first half of January confidence becomes very low, but longer periods of more settled weather may become established. This would lead to prolonged spells of drier and colder conditions, as well as an increased likelihood of overnight frost and fog. Any milder, wetter, and windier spells should become more short-lived during this period.

Updated: 15:01 on Sun 17 Dec 2017 GMT

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