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London & South East England weather forecast


Mainly dry. Sunny spells Tuesday, but cloud gradually thickening.

This Evening and Tonight:

Any residual showers soon fading to leave a dry evening. Cloud will break up to give a mostly clear night. Winds gradually easing. Feeling cooler overnight than of late. Minimum temperature 9 °C.


Long periods of warm sunshine, but rather breezy. Sunshine turning hazy through the afternoon as clouds gradually thicken from the west. Outbreaks of rain possible overnight, mainly in the west. Maximum temperature 23 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Bright early Wednesday before a slow-moving band of showery rain pushes east. More unsettled Thursday with showers, perhaps turning heavy and thundery early on. Drier and brighter Friday. Feeling warm.


UK long range weather forecast

While the start of the period will see more settled conditions begin to establish themselves across the south, it will remain generally unsettled in the north, with cloud and rain in the northwest moving southwards through Saturday, but weakening. Scotland and Northern Ireland may see some heavy showers and possibly thunderstorms. Into next week, it will likely remain dry across the south and southwest, while risk of more unsettled conditions remains in the north, with showers at times, and occasionally some longer spells of rain. Eastern and southern areas are likely to stay dry, but with a low risk of a generally isolated shower at times. Temperatures are expected to be close to or slightly below normal in the north but above normal in the south.


There is a good chance of more settled conditions prevailing through the middle and later parts of July, although some northern areas may see spells of rain or showers at times, especially earlier in the period. These spells could extend across the country at times, but in general the south will see the best of the settled conditions. Temperatures are likely to be close to or a little above average initially but trending towards widely warm conditions later, especially across the south.


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