Radford weather

Sunny changing to cloudy by lunchtime.
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Cloudy changing to sunny intervals by late morning.
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Cloudy changing to light showers by late morning.
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Sunny changing to cloudy by late morning.
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Heavy showers changing to partly cloudy by nighttime.
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West Midlands weather forecast

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Largely dry with warm sunny spells. Perhaps the odd shower.

Today:

It should be largely dry with sunny spells. However, there is the chance of a few light showers breaking out during the afternoon. Feeling warm in the sunshine. Maximum temperature 25 °C.

Tonight:

Any showers will soon fade to leave a fine end to the day. It will stay dry with clear spells overnight, with perhaps a few isolated fog patches forming. Minimum temperature 14 °C.

Wednesday:

It should be largely dry with sunny spells for most. However, some showers are likely during the afternoon. Cloud and outbreaks of showery rain will arrive later. Generally warm. Maximum temperature 23 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

A band of rain moving east on Thursday, with brighter, fresher and showery conditions following. Wet and windy on Friday. Sunny spells and scattered heavy and thundery showers on Saturday.

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UK long range weather forecast

It will be unsettled this coming weekend, with rain clearing the northeast on Saturday. The rain will be followed by sunny spells and scattered, heavy showers, with the risk of thunderstorms. Temperatures will be near the seasonal average, but it will be warm in the south and east. While there will be a few showers in the northeast on Sunday, many areas will be drier, with sunny spells. Into the following week, conditions will probably stay changeable and breezy at times, with showers or longer spells of rain but also some brighter and drier spells. It may become generally drier and brighter, more especially in the south and southeast, with the more changeable conditions persisting across northwestern parts of the UK.

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The forecast is very uncertain at this stage, with mixed signals for higher or lower pressure by the end of July. However, there are signs of a possible more settled and drier interlude for many. Into August, there are very weak signs of some rain, possibly thundery outbreaks, developing across parts of the UK. Temperatures are likely to be above the average overall, especially in the south and east, where it will possibly be rather warm and humid at times.

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