North West England weather

North West England weather forecast


After a damp start, turning brighter and feeling warm.


A rather grey start with some patchy light rain. Skies tending to brighten heading into this afternoon with some spells of sunshine developing. Breezy but feeling rather warm. Maximum temperature 20 °C.


Dry with some evening sunshine then clear spells overnight with the chance of heavy showers arriving through the early hours. Staying quite mild. Minimum temperature 12 °C.


A few morning showers then largely dry through the afternoon with sunny spells, these becoming increasingly frequent to end the day. Feeling warmer with just light winds. Maximum temperature 22 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Changeable to end the week. Fine and warm on Wednesday and Friday with bright or sunny spells, but a cloudier day on Thursday with rain or showers, heavy in places.


UK long range weather forecast

Sunny spells and showers, some of which could be heavy and thundery, are expected across many parts of the UK on Saturday, together with below average temperatures. By Sunday drier weather is likely to develop, with spells of sunshine across most parts and temperatures close to normal. It is uncertain how long this mainly dry spell will last, but into the following week a more changeable pattern will probably become established. This is likely to see showers or longer spells of rain, some of which could be heavy and thundery, interspersed with some intervals of dry, bright weather. Regional details are uncertain, but the wettest weather will probably be across northern and western areas, with the south and east drier. Temperatures will probably be close to average or slightly above.


No single weather type is expected to dominate through this period. Some spells of dry, settled weather will likely alternate with wetter, cloudier conditions at times. The wettest conditions will probably be in the northwest, with the southeast tending to be driest. Through the period as a whole, warmer than average conditions are more probable, perhaps with some short-lived hot spells.


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