Broad Oak (East Sussex) weather

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Seven day forecast for Broad Oak

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London & South East England weather forecast


Dry tonight with variable cloud cover. Dry and fine Tuesday.


Any early patchy mist and fog will soon clear. Then dry with varying amounts of cloud, but also sunny spells. Light onshore winds will develop, keeping coastal areas slightly cooler. Maximum temperature 20 °C.


Long clear spells overnight will allow mist and fog to reform after midnight. Perhaps with the odd dense patch in the south. Minimum temperature 8 °C.


Early mist and fog soon clearing on Wednesday leaving a fine morning. Cloud increasing a little during the afternoon, staying largely dry though with sunny periods. Maximum temperature 21 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Plenty of dry, fine weather, apart from possibly some isolated light showers on Saturday. Breezy on Thursday and Friday but lighter winds on Saturday. Temperatures near average.


UK long range weather forecast

Saturday will see outbreaks of rain, heavy in places, affecting northern areas, with drier and brighter conditions further south, some light rain or drizzle along coasts and hills here, however. Following this, generally unsettled conditions are set to continue across the UK, with showers and longer spells of rain, heavy at times, interspersed with drier, sunnier interludes. Into October, a very general north to south split in weather is likely to form. The north is expected to see the most unsettled conditions, outbreaks of rain, possibly heavy at times, and strong winds, possibly coastal gales. Drier, sunnier weather looks more likely further south, though unsettled weather could still spread here at times. Temperatures generally near or slightly below average but may slightly rise towards the end of this period.


Current signals, although quite weak, suggest that higher pressure is expected over the southeast during this period, giving generally settled conditions here and to eastern parts. Conversely, low pressure will tend to lie to the northwest of the UK, bringing more in the way of rain and stronger winds to northern and western areas, with a low risk of stormy conditions. This more unsettled weather could occasionally spread further towards the southeast. Temperatures are more likely to be above average through this period.


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