North West England Weather Forecast





The latest weather forecast from the Met Office for North West England.

Weather Forecast Issued at 24-Jun-2024 16:00:00: PM

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Weather Forecast Summary: Headline:

Staying mainly dry, with plenty of warm sunshine.

Weather Forecast for This Evening and Tonight:

It will be a warm and dry evening with some late sunshine on offer. Clear spells are likely overnight, although some low cloud and mist is likely to reform later on. Minimum Temperature 13C.

Weather for Tuesday:

Tuesday will be another mostly fine day with further spells of very warm sunshine developing after a grey start in places. However, thicker cloud may produce the odd shower later. Maximum Temperature 25C.

Weather Outlook for





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Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Wednesday should continue largely dry with very warm sunshine. A small chance of a shower. Rain likely moving through from the west on Thursday, introducing fresher, showery weather for Friday.

UK Outlook for Saturday 29 Jun 2024 to Monday 8 Jul 2024:

Fresher conditions than earlier in the week with a westerly wind from the Atlantic, and changeable weather is most likely to prevail through much of this period; the hotter and more humid weather experienced by the south prior to this will most likely have been pushed away into the nearby Continent. The risk of these conditions lingering or returning to the far southeast now looks to be very small. This aside, northwestern areas are likely to see the most frequent rainfall, whilst southern and eastern areas remain drier, and a trend towards more generally settled weather for most of the United Kingdom through the period is probable. Temperatures expected to be around to a little above average.

UK Outlook for Tuesday 9 Jul 2024 to Tuesday 23 Jul 2024:

Typical of the time of year, predictability at this range is very low compared with, say, the winter half of the year, thus forecast confidence is very low. That said, current indications suggest that a continuation of the trend towards more settled weather through mid-July is weakly favoured, with below average rainfall and temperatures around to a little above average. Any more significant rainfall would most likely be in the northwest, and in thunderstorms elsewhere. There is a slightly higher than normal chance of heatwaves developing through this period.

For other UK forecasts please see: UK weather forecasts

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