Chorlton-cum-Hardy (Greater Manchester) weather

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Seven day forecast for Chorlton-cum-Hardy

North West England weather forecast


Sunny spells and showers today. Drier later with evening sunshine.


A dry and bright start across the north but showers in the south. Through the day there is a chance of a shower for many although dry for some with good spells of sunshine developing, especially later in the afternoon. Maximum temperature 19 °C.


A dry evening with late sunshine for many before cloud starts to build. Remaining cloudy overnight with the chance of rain by the end of the night. Fog patches possible. Minimum temperature 7 °C.


A rather cloudy day with outbreaks of rain to start continuing through the day for many. The rain becoming heavy at times with winds strengthening and coastal gales possible. Maximum temperature 18 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

A rather wet and windy day for many on Wednesday. Largely drier with sunny spells and winds easing Thursday and Friday, although the odd outbreak of rain possible. Turning warmer.


UK long range weather forecast

There are increasing signs that many parts will become drier, brighter and very warm to start the period with the warmest and driest weather focused across the southeast of the UK. However, northwestern parts will probably stay more unsettled with further rain at times. Somewhat cooler conditions may follow from the west over the weekend, perhaps preceded by showers or thunderstorms. For the following week, a fair amount of dry, bright warm weather looks likely for much of the UK with the possibility of some further very warm weather, especially in the southeast. There may well be more changeable, breezy interludes with some rain or showers, more especially for northwestern areas where temperatures will be generally nearer normal.


This period is likely to see a mixture of dry and settled conditions, interspersed with occasional bouts of wetter and windier weather. The majority of the unsettled weather seems more likely to be in the northwest, with the south and southeast seeing the driest conditions. Temperatures will probably be around or slightly above the average for this time of year. There may be further short lived very warm spells, these more likely across the south or southeast. There are some tentative signs that conditions could become more widely dry and settled across the UK towards the end of the month.


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