Sneyd Green (Stoke-on-Trent) weather

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Seven day forecast for Sneyd Green

West Midlands weather forecast


A dry night but soon turning showery tomorrow.

This Evening and Tonight:

Daytime showers ease for most into the evening, leaving a dry night with the odd clear spell, the best of these in the east. Far southwestern areas may see the odd shower just before dawn. Minimum temperature 5 °C.


A fine and dry start for most, but scattered showers, heavy and possibly thundery at times, soon form and then persist throughout the day. Feeling mild, but with brisk winds. Maximum temperature 16 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Unsettled conditions, with sunshine and showers throughout, with heavy and possibly thundery outbreaks late on Wednesday and early Thursday. Warm enough in the sunshine and mostly frost-free.


UK long range weather forecast

Most likely remaining unsettled throughout the period, with Saturday seeing sunshine and showers. Accompanying this will be some breezy winds in the far north, with a period of more prolonged, organised, rain affecting both there and the far south. Temperatures still a little below average for most, especially in the cloudier south. The north will perhaps be becoming more settled for a time, with the south most likely to see any longer spells of persistent rain. 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, with the best of any warmer spells in the southeast, and with the formation of overnight frosts becoming less likely.


Confidence remains low for this period, although typical spring weather patterns are most probable, with a mixture of sunny spells and showers for most parts of the UK, especially at first. Overall, the driest and most settled conditions are most probable in the south, with the north generally more unsettled as longer spells of rain and strong winds arrive from the Atlantic at times. Temperatures likely to be around average.


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