Sutton on Sea (Lincolnshire) weather

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Seven day forecast for Sutton on Sea

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East Midlands weather forecast


Some rain in south overnight, cloudy elsewhere. Brightening through Friday.

This Evening and Tonight:

Remaining showers soon fading, leaving most places dry with clear spells, although southern districts may be cloudier with some rain at times. However, low cloud and mist will spread across most parts from coastal districts later in the night. Minimum temperature 2 °C.


Rather cloudy and damp at first, but brightening up with some warm sunny intervals for many later. Fewer, lighter showers then preceding days, with most areas dry into the afternoon. Maximum temperature 14 °C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Rather cool through this period, with patchy rain Saturday giving way to more showery conditions from Sunday, perhaps heavy and prolonged locally. Slight rural frosts.


UK long range weather forecast

Continuing unsettled and rather cool with showers developing on most days. Each day the showers are likely to be locally heavy with the risk of thunder, perhaps parts of the south most prone to these on Monday. It's likely to be breezy at times too, especially around coastal areas in the west. Temperatures look to remain rather below average across the country, although in any sunshine and lighter winds it will feel quite pleasant. Where winds fall light and skies clear it is still possible we could see some overnight frost in sheltered, prone locations. Perhaps beginning to turn rather more settled toward the end of the period, but this very uncertain at this stage.


Confidence is low for this outlook as is typical of late spring and early summer. However perhaps a trend to rather more settled conditions as we move into early June with more in the way of dry weather and sunshine. With this we are likely to see a recovery in temperature too, although at this stage there is no strong signal for any very warm weather.


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