Millendreath (Beach) (Cornwall) weather

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Seven day forecast for Millendreath (Beach)

South West England weather forecast

Headline:

A cold night with a widespread frost developing.

This Evening and Tonight:

It will be a dry evening with plenty of clear skies overnight. Another cold night with light winds allowing for a widespread frost to develop. Minimum temperature -3 °C.

Friday:

After a frosty start, it will be a largely dry day for many with sunny spells. The odd light shower may develop, mainly in the east during the afternoon. Maximum temperature 13 °C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Wet and windy on Saturday with heavy rain, though milder than of late. Outbreaks of rain on Sunday with limited sunny spells. Heavy showers with sunny spells between on Monday.

Updated:

UK long range weather forecast

A mixture of sunny spells and scattered showers are likely on Tuesday, with some of the showers being locally heavy and possibly thundery. The most frequent downpours will be in the north and west, and a more organised band of rain may approach from the southwest later in the day. Southern parts of the country could well receive rain on Wednesday and Thursday, while conditions further north could be clearer but showery. The unsettled theme continues through the remainder of this period, with longer spells of rain and showers in between. It's likely to be breezy at times; especially around coastal areas, where gales may occur. Temperatures will be near to or slightly below average, though overnight frosts becoming unlikely.

Updated:

Confidence remains low for this period with weather conditions typical for Spring. A mixture of sunny spells and showers is likely, especially at first, with areas in the south experiencing the most settled and dry conditions through this period. Towards the north and northwest there is an increased chance of unsettled weather as longer spells of rain and strong winds arrive from the Atlantic at times. Temperatures likely to be around average.

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