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East of England weather forecast

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Warm and largely dry initially, some rain later this week.

This Evening and Tonight:

A fine and dry evening and night with light winds and prolonged clear spells, allowing for a few pockets of mist or shallow fog to form in prone areas during the early hours of Tuesday. Minimum temperature 9 °C.

Tuesday:

A fine day with sunshine and fair weather cloud, largely dry but the odd shower during the afternoon. Feeling very warm in the sunshine with light winds. Maximum temperature 27 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Very warm with sunshine and showers on Wednesday. Fresher on Thursday, with heavier, perhaps thundery showers. Turning increasingly cloudy and windy on Friday, with prolonged rain later, heavy at times.

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UK long range weather forecast

It will be unsettled this coming weekend, with rain clearing the northeast on Saturday. The rain will be followed by sunny spells and scattered, heavy showers, with the risk of thunderstorms. Temperatures will be near the seasonal average, but it will be warm in the south and east. While there will be a few showers in the northeast on Sunday, many areas will be drier, with sunny spells. Into the following week, conditions will probably stay changeable and breezy at times, with showers or longer spells of rain but also some brighter and drier spells. It may become generally drier and brighter, more especially in the south and southeast, with the more changeable conditions persisting across northwestern parts of the UK.

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The forecast is very uncertain at this stage, with mixed signals for higher or lower pressure by the end of July. However, there are signs of a possible more settled and drier interlude for many. Into August, there are very weak signs of some rain, possibly thundery outbreaks, developing across parts of the UK. Temperatures are likely to be above the average overall, especially in the south and east, where it will possibly be rather warm and humid at times.

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