Great Comp Garden (Kent) weather

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Seven day forecast for Great Comp Garden

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London & South East England weather forecast

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Bright or sunny spells and occasional showers.

Today:

Some bright or sunny spells across the region, but scattered showers will spread east during the day, perhaps heavy in places. Some more persistent and perhaps heavy rain is also likely across east Kent for a time this morning. Maximum temperature 17 °C.

Tonight:

Locally heavy showers this evening will gradually merge overnight to bring some longer spells of occasionally heavy rain by morning. Becoming windy with coastal gaals developing. Minimum temperature 8 °C.

Friday:

Cloudy with outbreaks of locally heavy rain, but tending to become more showery from the south in the afternoon. Strong winds and coastal gales easing later. Maximum temperature 13 °C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Windy on Saturday with some heavy and persistent rain at times. Staying unsettled through Sunday and Monday with occasional rain or showers, but also some brighter spells.

Updated:

UK long range weather forecast

An unsettled picture is likely for this period, with all parts of the country seeing showery spells as well periods of more prolonged rainfall at times. However, southern and western areas are expected to see the worst of these conditions with the most frequent and heaviest rainfall. Drier and calmer conditions could be seen at times, but likely only for short interludes. It will often be windy during this period, with a risk of gales at times, particularly along western and southwestern coasts. Overall, it is likely to feel rather cold as temperatures look set to be around average or below. During any of the brief calmer interludes overnight frost is also possible in the North.

Updated:

A potential change in the weather is signalled around the middle of October. Whilst further rain and strong winds are likely at times, spells of fine and dry weather could become more widespread and long-lived. At night, these calmer conditions would allow frost and fog to form more readily. At this time of year, there is potential for fog to linger well into the daytime. Overall, temperatures probably recovering close to the seasonal average for mid-October.

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