Harrold (Bedford) weather

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Seven day forecast for Harrold

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East of England weather forecast

Headline:

Further showers on Wednesday. Dry but chilly tonight, frost probable.

Today:

Cloudy with early rain or showers slowly clearing east. An improving picture in the west where dry and bright for a time, however showers will soon develop. Some will become heavy during the afternoon, especially in East Anglia. Feeling warmer. Maximum temperature 17 °C.

Tonight:

Any showers will die away during the evening, followed by largely clear skies. Turning chilly with grass frosts locally, mist and shallow fog patches by dawn. Minimum temperature 2 °C.

Thursday:

A dry and bright start but increasingly cloudy on Thursday, with rain spreading east early afternoon. Rain becoming showery and heavier later, along with strengthening winds. Feeling rather cool. Maximum temperature 15 °C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Wet and windy on Friday, with showers or longer spells of rain. Some lighter winds on Saturday, with sunny spells and showers. Chilly start on Sunday, then further showers.

Updated:

UK long range weather forecast

Unsettled weather continues through the start of the period, with widespread showers. Persistent rain is also possible, turning heavy locally and moving eastwards through the UK, particularly on Sunday. As next week progresses there is a chance of more settled conditions to gradually become established. Rain and showers are likely to clear away to the east, leaving drier and less windy conditions behind by the end of the week. Temperatures look likely to remain on the cool side, though feeling pleasant in the sunshine. Night temperatures could become chilly, with late season frost in prone spots a possibility. As we move into the following week, things become more uncertain, but indications suggest a continuation of drier weather with the possibility of temperatures starting to increase slightly.

Updated:

Confidence is low for this period, which is usual during spring and early summer. Current expectations is that conditions will be predominantly dry, especially across the south and east. Less settled interludes are still possible, however, especially in the northwest. There are indications that temperatures will likely start recovering, moving more towards typical temperatures for this time of year. Settled conditions are likely to keep nights cool, but produce some warmer days.

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