Leverton weather

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East Midlands weather forecast

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Mostly dry on Thursday, but rather cloudy.

This Evening and Tonight:

Patchy rain across the northwest of the region should die out through the evening, otherwise a dry night, with some clear spells developing further east. Winds easing slowly. Minimum temperature 4 °C.

Thursday:

A dry and bright start, but cloud will thicken through the morning, perhaps with further light rain over the hills. Milder, but becoming windy across the Derbyshire hills later. Maximum temperature 11 °C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Friday windy and mild with rain spreading east through the day. Saturday cooler and brighter, but some rain towards evening. Further rain for a time Sunday after a chilly start.

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UK long range weather forecast

The beginning of next week will remain unsettled with outbreaks of rain or showers mixed with bright or sunny spells. Thereafter, we should see the dominance of high pressure across the UK. This will allow a shift towards more settled conditions with a good deal of sunshine across most parts. Northern and eastern areas are likely to start this period cold with a chance of wintry showers, these likely falling as snow to relatively low levels at times. Towards the end of next week, the settled weather will spread further east with plenty of sunny spells by day and a risk of frost by night. Following this, it looks to stay mostly dry but it may turn increasingly cloudy towards the middle of February with possible overnight fog.

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This period seems to trend towards a more typical northwest/southeast divide. The southeast should hold on to the drier and calmer weather for a while longer with a continued risk of overnight frost and fog. Further north, it will turn increasingly unsettled with outbreaks of rain and strong winds at times. Temperatures will gradually return towards normal, but will remain a little below average during the settled spell in the south.

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