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London & South East England regional forecast

London & South East England forecast map

London Cloudy 51.508 -0.125
Staines Partly cloudy night 51.431 -0.514
Basingstoke Cloudy 51.262 -1.092
Reading Cloudy 51.452 -0.972
Newbury Cloudy 51.401 -1.322
Wembley Partly cloudy night 51.55 -0.303
Canterbury Clear night 51.28 1.081
Margate Clear night 51.389 1.389
Dover Clear night 51.126 1.318
Brighton Partly cloudy night 50.822 -0.136
Hastings Cloudy 50.854 0.575
Chichester Clear night 50.837 -0.773
Reigate Cloudy 51.238 -0.203
Crawley Cloudy 51.115 -0.191
Oxford Cloudy 51.751 -1.254
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  • UK 6-30 days

Regional Forecast for London & South East England

Headline:

Warm and muggy overnight. Hot with sunny spells tomorrow.

This Evening and Tonight:

It will be a fine end to the day with warm evening sunshine. Overnight, it will remain dry with clear spells. It will remain very warm and humid, with light winds. Minimum temperature 17 °C.

Monday:

Dry with plenty of sunshine. although low cloud and patchy fog may affect some southern coastal areas. It will be another hot day, hotter than on Sunday in most places. Maximum temperature 32 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Mostly dry with plenty of sunshine, although during the afternoon the odd heavy shower or thunderstorm can't be ruled out. It will remain hot throughout, but sometimes fresher near coasts

Updated: 13:30 on Sun 22 Jul 2018 BST

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Headline:

Some rain in the northwest, largely dry and warm elsewhere.

This Evening and Tonight:

Cloudy across the northwest of the UK with outbreaks of rain, and with scattered showers across northern England and southern Scotland. Elsewhere it will be a dry night with some clear spells, but remaining very warm and increasingly humid.

Monday:

Cloud and rain across Scotland and Northern Ireland will edge southeastwards, with fresher conditions following. Isolated showers across Wales and northern England, but staying dry and hot elsewhere.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Showers in the north and west Tuesday. Isolated thundery showers possible in southeast Wednesday. Some rain in the west and north Thursday. Warm for most, and hot in the southeast

Updated: 15:01 on Sun 22 Jul 2018 BST

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Friday 27 Jul 2018 to Sunday 5 Aug 2018:

From Friday and through the following weekend a west/east split in the weather is expected, with cloudier, windier conditions in the west and northwest with some outbreaks of rain. In the east and southeast there'll still be some fine and sunny conditions, but with a risk of thundery showers moving north. Widely very warm or hot in the south and southeast, with warm and humid nights, whilst western areas may turn cooler. Through the rest of the period there'll be plenty of fine weather, but occasional rain in the west may spread to other parts at times, and there's an ongoing risk of thunderstorms, particularly across central and southeast England. Temperatures generally very warm away from the west, with hot or very hot conditions at times, especially in the southeast.

UK Outlook for Monday 6 Aug 2018 to Monday 20 Aug 2018:

Throughout this period it seems most likely that the weather pattern will change only very slowly. Western and southern areas will often be dry, sunny and very warm, but with the risk of some cloudier periods with rain at times, or heavy showers and thunderstorms. Further north and east drier and more settled conditions are expected to be more dominant, although with the ongoing risk of heavy showers and thunderstorms breaking out at times. Temperatures remaining widely above average for most, with further spells of very warm or hot conditions probable, and possible very hot conditions at times, especially in the southeast.

Updated: 15:01 on Sun 22 Jul 2018 BST

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