Cheddar (Somerset) weather

Forecast days

Six day forecast for Cheddar

South West England weather forecast


Largely dry this evening, turning wet and windy overnight.

This Evening and Tonight:

Turning cloudy but largely dry this evening, with light rain in Cornwall. Rain will become more widespread and heavier overnight, accompanied by strong winds and coastal gales, affecting all by the early hours. Minimum temperature 4 °C.


Widespread and heavy rain through the morning, easing later but persisting over high ground and far west. Drier eastwards by evening. Strong winds throughout, risk of gales in exposed areas. Maximum temperature 16 °C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

Nights become milder but remaining unsettled and windy, with risks of gales in exposed areas. Showers, thundery at times into next week, merging into longer spells of rain at times.


UK long range weather forecast

A mixture of sunny spells and scattered showers are likely on Wednesday, with heavy and possible thundery downpours in the far north. A more organised band of rain may approach from the southwest later in the day. Remaining showery for the rest of the week with the chance of a brief settled spell from the west into Friday. The unsettled theme then continues through the remainder of this period, with longer spells of rain and showers in between, the clearest conditions are most likely in the north. 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.


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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