Chilwell weather

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East Midlands weather forecast

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Largely dry with sunny spells, but patchy light rain later.

Today:

Largely dry with sunny spells during the morning, once any early fog patches have cleared. However, cloud will increase from the north in the afternoon, bringing a few showers. Feeling a bit chilly in the northerly breeze. Maximum temperature 13 °C.

Tonight:

Broken cloud this evening and overnight will allow for some clear spells, as well as a few outbreaks of light rain. Breezy along the Lincolnshire coast. Minimum temperature 6 °C.

Monday:

A few light showers are possible but generally it will be a dry day with sunny spells. Feeling chilly near the Lincolnshire coast, where it will remain quite breezy. Maximum temperature 14 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

A chilly start on Tuesday with patchy frost and fog clearing to sunny spells. Similar Wednesday, but milder. Showers overnight, clearing to sunny spells on Thursday.

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UK long range weather forecast

A northwest/southeast split is expected late next week with unsettled conditions in the northwest and drier conditions further southeast. Next weekend becomes increasingly uncertain, but unsettled and perhaps very windy conditions could extend across much of the UK. Through the following week it may become drier and more settled again with some sunshine but also overnight fog patches, which could be slow to clear by day. However, Atlantic fronts could still bring further rain and strong winds northwards and eastwards into the UK at times. There will probably be some marked variations in temperature across the UK but more often below average in the north and above average in the south. However, the more settled spells could bring colder conditions more widely at times, accompanied by night frosts.

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There is significant uncertainty through this period. However, the beginning of November may become more settled and dry for many areas with a mixture of cloud and sunshine. Any spells of rain are more likely in southern and southwestern areas. Temperatures will probably be a little below average with overnight frosts and fog patches likely, which could persist well into the mornings. Further spells of unsettled, windy conditions with some rain or showers are likely at times, more especially towards the middle of the month.

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