Tibenham Airfield (Norfolk) weather

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Seven day forecast for Tibenham Airfield

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East of England weather forecast


Cloudy with outbreaks of rain spreading southwards.


A murky start, but gradually becoming brighter. However, it is likely to remain cloudy, with outbreaks of rain spreading in from the north during the late morning. Patchy rain continuing through the afternoon as it becomes quite breezy. Maximum temperature 10 °C.


Cloud and outbreaks of rain clearing southwards through the evening. Patchy cloud thereafter is likely to produce a few showers, mainly across the north and east of the region. Breezy. Minimum temperature 3 °C.


Largely dry with sunny spells, although a few showers are likely across the north and east of the region during the morning and early afternoon. Brisk winds, easing later. Maximum temperature 8 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Cloudy Wednesday with patchy light rain. Rather windy on Thursday with, frequent, and at times prolonged, heavy showers. Sunny spells and further showers on Friday.


UK long range weather forecast

The period will start unsettled across all parts of the UK, with areas of heavy rain and showers, locally of soft hail, sleet and snow likely, and possibly more widespread snow over some hills and mountains. Often windy, especially around coasts, but in quieter interludes overnight there will remain the potential for some patchy frost, and isolated mist and freezing fog. Temperatures are expected to be a below average overall. Later in this period, it could turn drier and more settled with a chance of high pressure moving in from the north, bringing brisk easterly winds. Again, where winds fall lighter, overnight frost and patchy fog is likely, this perhaps most likely in the north. Near, to slightly below, average temperatures are most likely.


Despite some mixed signals, typical early winter weather with periods of persistent rain and showery interludes seems slightly more likely, with winds and weather systems more likely to arrive from the Atlantic. Although confidence is low, in this pattern the best of the driest and brightest weather will be in the south and east. Frost and fog patches are likely during any settled spells, and any wintry precipitation is most likely over high ground of the north and northwest. Conditions in the southwest could turn more settled through the month. There is a risk of gales at times, with the strongest winds being seen to the north and northwest.


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