Tuesday 24 November 2020 14:21
Feels like 8°C
Wind S 11mph, gust 18mph
Visibility Good - Between 10-20 km
Max UV index 1
A mostly dry, bright day with a noticeable breeze.
A rather cloudy start to Tuesday with a noticeable breeze blowing from the southwest. A little drizzle may affect coastal areas at first. Some brightness developing though the day along with some sunny spells, especially in east. Feeling rather mild. Maximum Temperature 13C.
Starting dry with variable amounts of cloud and some clear spells. Thickening cloud with rain and drizzle will reach Hampshire after midnight and spread eastwards. Far eastern areas staying dry. Minimum Temperature 7C.
Wednesday looks set to be cloudy with some rain and drizzle, perhaps turning rather heavy across eastern parts. Probably drier across far western areas by evening. Light winds. Maximum Temperature 13C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Largely dry with some sunshine to end the week but feeling rather cold, with frost and an increasing risk of fog developing overnight, which could be slow to clear.