The latest weather forecast from the Met Office for the East of England. Avoid traffic and travel disruption caused by bad weather.
Weather Forecast Summary: Headline:
Cloudy with long periods of heavy rain.
Weather Forecast for This Evening and Tonight:
Generally wet, with areas of often heavy rain, and the chance of a rumble of thunder. However, some limited drier intervals may occur later in the night. Becoming breezy along the Norfolk coast. Minimum Temperature 13C.
Weather for Wednesday:
Heavy rain gradually moves away northwards. Largely cloudy but drier conditions will follow. Any brighter periods may result in isolated showers developing. Maximum Temperature 19C.
Weather Outlook for
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Thursday, bright or sunny intervals with heavy showers developing. Friday, afternoon rain clearing south. Saturday, fine and dry, with sunny spells, but chance of showers developing later.
UK Outlook for Sunday 2 Jul 2017 to Tuesday 11 Jul 2017:
Changeable on Sunday, with cloud and outbreaks of rain, along with heavy showers in the north. Breezy too, but there will be also some sunshine. More settled on Monday, with any showers confined to the far north. Changeable conditions will return thereafter, with showers or longer spells of rain, though there will be some drier and brighter spells too, most likely in the south and east. However, even here there is a risk of thunder at times. Showers are likely to be heavier in the northwest, perhaps turning thundery at times. Sometimes windy, especially in the north and west with the risk of local gales here. Temperatures are expected to stay near the seasonal average, occasionally warm in the east, but locally rather cool in the west.
UK Outlook for Wednesday 12 Jul 2017 to Wednesday 26 Jul 2017:
The changeable weather is likely to continue in the north at first, bringing further showers or longer spells of rain, especially in the north, with only brief bright or sunny spells in between, with these most likely in the south. However, drier and warmer spells are likely to become more prevalent in the south and these may spread further north as we head into the second half of July.
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