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North West England weather forecast


Feeling more autumnal with brisk winds and some showers.


Some showers are likely, especially towards the coast, but also bright or sunny spells. Feeling more autumnal with brisk northwesterly winds and lower temperatures than over the weekend. Maximum temperature 14 °C.


A few showers continuing overnight, most likely towards the coast. Drier inland with largely clear skies. Turning chilly though still blustery. Minimum temperature 4 °C.


A similar day to Monday with sunny breaks but also some showers feeding in on the brisk northwesterly wind. Perhaps feeling a little less cold as the winds gradually ease. Maximum temperature 14 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Staying changeable with showers possible on Wednesday and Thursday. Cold nights but turning slightly warmer by day with easing winds. Drier on Friday before wind and rain arrives later on.


UK long range weather forecast

A large area of rain is likely to start in the west early on Friday, then spread eastwards to affect all areas by evening. Clearer weather is expected to follow, albeit with fresh winds and showers at times. Strong winds or gales are possible in the north. The unsettled regime is then expected to continue dominating the UK weather. Showers or longer periods of rain are likely for most parts of the country, with the highest rainfall expected in the west and northwest. Winds may become strong at times, most likely in the northwest. A shift towards more settled weather could possibly begin at the end of this period. Temperatures rather cold at first, then trending close to average.


Drier and more settled conditions are likely to become more prevalent across the UK through this period, especially in the south. Some periods of wetter weather remain probable at times, most likely in the northwest. Temperatures are expected to trend near to or slightly above average.


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