UK Plaintext Forecasts

Issued by the Met Office on 2017-09-20 at 16:00:00

East of England

Dry at first overnight. Rain by dawn.

This Evening and Tonight

A dry start with some clear spells through the evening. It will become increasingly cloudy through the early hours with some outbreaks of rain affecting East Anglia by dawn. Light winds throughout. Minimum Temperature 13C.


Patchy rain soon easing giving way with a dry day, with sunny spells and light winds. Turning cloudier from the west later with some outbreaks of occasionally heavy rain possible. Maximum Temperature 20C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday

Dry and with sunny spells on Friday, but cloudier later. Another dry day Saturday. Generally dry Sunday, with bright or sunny spells, but rain later. Feeling warm throughout the weekend.

UK Outlook for Monday 25 Sep 2017 to Wednesday 4 Oct 2017

Next week there will be plenty of dry weather, but there will be light rain for a time. It will be rather warm during the day time, but it is likely to be chilly at night with some mist or fog patches possible, which may last well into the morning on some days. The second half of the week will be more unsettled with wet and windy weather more likely in the northwest, with a risk of gales or perhaps severe gales. The best of the drier and brighter weather will be in the southeast. Into the start of October there is an increased chance of all parts seeing the unsettled conditions, with rain and stronger winds likely at times.

UK Outlook for Thursday 5 Oct 2017 to Thursday 19 Oct 2017

Through early October there is considerable uncertainty in the forecast. It will be changeable, with the northwest likely to see more unsettled conditions with strong winds or gales possible, with perhaps more settled interludes in the southeast. Temperatures will be close to or slightly above normal. However, there will be some chilly nights with early morning mist and fog as well as an increased chance of frost, most likely in the north.



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