Dale Head weather

Heavy rain changing to cloudy by early evening.
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Cloudy.
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Mist changing to cloudy by late morning.
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Partly cloudy changing to sunny by lunchtime.
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Clear changing to partly cloudy by nighttime.
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North West England weather forecast

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Cloudy with rain at times, turning drier in the north.

Today:

A largely cloudy day with rain at times, which could be heavy for some. The rain will edge southwards so it should turn drier and perhaps brighter across Cumbria later. Maximum temperature 17 °C.

Tonight:

Low cloud with outbreaks of mostly light and drizzly rain for many parts. Drier for Cumbria where it may turn chilly under some clear spells. Minimum temperature 5 °C.

Monday:

A cloud and damp start for southern parts, but the rain should clear by lunchtime. Brighter weather will spread from the north with sunshine for many during the afternoon. Maximum temperature 18 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

A chilly start on Tuesday then a fine day with bright or sunny periods. Mostly fine on Wednesday and Thursday, a little rain is possible, most likely over the hills.

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UK long range weather forecast

Dry, sunny and warm weather is expected to dominate on Friday and Saturday with any wet and windy weather confined to the far northwest. Overnight temperatures will be on the cool side for many bringing a chance for some patchy mist and fog, especially in the south. By Sunday cooler, unsettled weather is expected to move in from the west and herald a spell of rather changeable weather for part of the working week. There is a degree of uncertainty as we head towards the last weekend of September. On balance we should see a northwest to southeast split in the weather with the strongest winds and heaviest spells of rainfall in the northwest, and the best of the dry, warm, and sunny weather in the southeast.

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Confidence remains low for the end of September and into October, and a number of different weather scenarios are possible. However the most likely situation is for southeastern UK to stay on the dry side of average, with daytime temperatures fairly warm for the time of year. Low temperatures are likely during many of the nights, bringing an increased chance of mist, fog and ground frost. Meanwhile, the northwest of the UK is more likely to keep stronger winds with heavier rain at times, and lower daytime temperatures.

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