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    UK Outlook for Tuesday 16 Jul 2013 to Tuesday 30 Jul 2013:

    There are signals that the dry and settled weather from the first half of the month should continue across most parts of the UK during at least the first half of this period. This means rainfall should be below average, with mainly above-average temperatures and above-average sunshine amounts.

    Updated: 1141 on Mon 1 Jul 2013

     

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    So this is what Exeter actually published UK Outlook for Sunday 20 Jan 2019 to Tuesday 29 Jan 2019: Sunday will be cold across the UK, but for many it will be dry; brightest in the southeast

    Yes I have just spent some time comparing their forecast issued on their web site at 0025 with the two latest Fax charts for Tuesday. They seemed at odds and this forecast seems to suggest what I beli

    In reply to this  My thoughts on this are that met 9 times out of 10 will go for the default outcome which is the milder weather or high pressure over the uk scenario!!its just easier for them co

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    UK Outlook for Monday 8 Jul 2013 to Wednesday 17 Jul 2013:

    Conditions look likely to be fine, dry and settled across the UK throughout much of this period, with some long sunny spells by day. It may often be cloudier across some northwestern parts of the UK with a risk of some rain, particularly later next week. There is also a low risk of an isolated afternoon heavy shower developing over hills through next week and perhaps some cloudier conditions for southeastern areas of England mid-week. Away from the far northwest, it will be warm or very warm, and locally hot over inland central and southern areas. Towards the end of the period, it may turn more unsettled across northern areas, with occasional rain or showers. Fine, mostly dry and warm weather is expected to continue across many southern parts though.

    Updated: 1218 on Wed 3 Jul 2013

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    UK Outlook for Thursday 18 Jul 2013 to Thursday 1 Aug 2013:

    Early indications are that the dry and settled weather from the first half of the month could continue across many parts of the UK, especially the south. This implies below average rainfall and mainly above-average temperatures and above-average sunshine amounts. However, confidence decreases with time through this forecast period.

    Updated: 1218 on Wed 3 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Tuesday 9 Jul 2013 to Thursday 18 Jul 2013:

    Conditions look likely to be fine, dry and settled with some long sunny spells across much of the UK throughout this period. It may often be cloudier across some northwestern parts of the UK with a risk of a little light rain. There is also a low risk of an isolated afternoon heavy shower developing over hills later next week and perhaps some cloudier conditions around North Sea and Irish Sea coastal areas. Away from the far northwest, it will be warm or very warm, and locally hot over inland central and southern areas. Towards the end of the period, it may turn more unsettled across northern Britain, with occasional rain or showers. Fine, mostly dry and warm weather is expected to continue across many southern parts though.

    Updated: 1206 on Thu 4 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Friday 19 Jul 2013 to Friday 2 Aug 2013:

    Early indications are that the dry and settled weather from the first half of the month could continue across many parts of the UK, especially the south. This implies below average rainfall and mainly above average temperatures and above average sunshine amounts. However, confidence decreases with time through this forecast period.

    Updated: 1246 on Thu 4 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Wednesday 10 Jul 2013 to Friday 19 Jul 2013:

    Conditions look likely to be fine, dry and settled with some long sunny spells across much of the UK throughout this period. It may often be cloudier across some northwestern parts of the UK with a risk of a little light rain. There is also a low risk of an isolated afternoon heavy shower developing over hills later next week and perhaps some cloudier conditions around North Sea and Irish Sea coastal areas. Away from the far northwest, it will be warm or very warm, and locally hot over inland central and southern areas. Towards the end of the period, it may turn more unsettled across northern Britain, with occasional rain or showers, while mostly dry, fine and warm weather is expected to continue across many southern parts.

    Updated: 1121 on Fri 5 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Saturday 20 Jul 2013 to Saturday 3 Aug 2013:

    Early indications are that the dry and settled weather from the first half of the month could continue across many parts of the UK, especially the south. This implies below average rainfall and mainly above average temperatures and above average sunshine amounts. However, confidence decreases with time through this forecast period.

    Updated: 1222 on Fri 5 Jul 2013

     

     

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    UK Outlook for Thursday 11 Jul 2013 to Saturday 20 Jul 2013:

    The best of dry, fine weather will probably migrate to the west of the UK early in this period, with northern and eastern parts undergoing something of a cloudier and cooler blip in the generally fine and largely sunny theme. More generally fine and dry conditions should reassert themselves from the first weekend, with very warm and locally hot conditions for many areas, especially in the south, although coasts will remain cooler. Into the final week of the period, although some dry fine and warm weather remains likely, especially towards the south and southeast, conditions are likely to slowly turn more unsettled, at least across northern UK. Occasional rain and showers here are likely to become more frequent and then spread further south and east at times, more likely later.

    Updated: 1201 on Sat 6 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Sunday 21 Jul 2013 to Sunday 4 Aug 2013:

    Early indications are that the dry and settled weather from the first half of the month could continue across some parts of the UK, more likely in the south. This implies below average rainfall and mainly above average temperatures and above average sunshine amounts. However, later in the month and into the start of August more generally unsettled conditions look increasingly likely.

    Updated: 1202 on Sat 6 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Friday 12 Jul 2013 to Sunday 21 Jul 2013:

    Into next weekend and through to the following week most areas should continue to see fine and dry weather with plenty of sunshine. The winds should remain mainly light, but breezier at times with temperatures above average, feeling very warm and locally hot. There may be cloud around eastern and western coasts, whilst northwest Scotland is expected to be rather cloudy and cooler with some mostly light rain or drizzle. The rain may turn heavier into the following week and will spread across northern and western parts. Further ahead there is still expected to be some fine, dry and warm weather around, especially in the south and east. Unsettled and changeable conditions are increasingly likely to spread from the northwest

     

    Updated: 1207 on Sun 7 Jul 2013

     

     

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    UK Outlook for Monday 22 Jul 2013 to Monday 5 Aug 2013:

    Early indications are that the generally dry and settled weather from the first half of the month could continue across some parts of the UK, most likely in the south. This implies below average rainfall and mainly above average temperatures and above average sunshine amounts. However, late in the month and into August more generally unsettled conditions look increasingly likely.

    Updated: 1243 on Sun 7 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Saturday 13 Jul 2013 to Monday 22 Jul 2013:

    The coming weekend will see plenty of sunny or clear spells but also some showers. These are likely to be heaviest, most frequent and possibly thundery in the north and east, and it will be cooler here too. The best of the dry and sunny weather will be in the south and southwest, where temperatures will remain very warm or locally hot. Through the rest of the period it will be unsettled in the north with some dry spells, but also rain at times, this heaviest in the west. Across the south it should be mainly dry with a good deal of sunshine and just a small risk of an isolated shower. Temperatures near normal in the northwest, warm elsewhere and locally very warm in the south.

    Updated: 1140 on Mon 8 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Tuesday 23 Jul 2013 to Tuesday 6 Aug 2013:

    Early indications are that generally dry and settled weather could continue across some parts of the UK for a time, most likely in the south. This implies below average rainfall and mainly above average temperatures and above average sunshine amounts. However, further north it will be more unsettled and these conditions are likely to spread across the UK later in the month and into August.

    Updated: 1234 on Mon 8 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Sunday 14 Jul 2013 to Tuesday 23 Jul 2013:

    Sunday may see a few showers in the south and southeast, however these should clear with most places seeing long sunny periods. Cloud, and perhaps some rain, with increasing winds may creep into the northwest through Sunday and Monday. Temperatures generally around normal, although very warm in parts of the south. Through the rest of the period it will be unsettled in the north, with some dry spells, but also rain at times, this heaviest in the west. Across the south it should be mainly dry with a good deal of sunshine and just a small risk of an isolated shower. Temperatures near normal in the northwest, warm elsewhere and locally very warm in the south.

    Updated: 1205 on Tue 9 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Wednesday 24 Jul 2013 to Wednesday 7 Aug 2013:

    Early indications are that generally dry and settled weather could continue across some parts of the UK for a time, most likely in the south. This implies below average rainfall and mainly above average temperatures and above average sunshine amounts. However, further north it will be more unsettled and these conditions are likely to spread across the UK later in the month and into August.

    Updated: 1205 on Tue 9 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Monday 15 Jul 2013 to Wednesday 24 Jul 2013:

    To start the new week, many areas should be fine and dry at first, but cloud and outbreaks of rain near northwest Scotland will gradually move southeastwards, reaching Northern England and Wales later on Monday and into Tuesday. Temperatures around average in the north, but remaining above average in the south. Through the rest of the period it may be changeable for most, with the most unsettled conditions in the north. So rain or showers interspersed with drier, brighter periods, with the rain most likely in the north, and occasionally windy here. Meanwhile the south should see more in the way of drier, brighter and warmer weather. Temperatures near or cooler than average in the northwest, and generally above average elsewhere, perhaps occasionally very warm still in the south.

    Updated: 1229 on Wed 10 Jul 2013

     

     

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    UK Outlook for Thursday 25 Jul 2013 to Thursday 8 Aug 2013:

    The balance of probability suggests conditions in late July being fairly similar to those of mid-July. As such southern regions are most likely to see periods of dry and settled weather with above average sunshine and temperatures and below average rainfall. Northern regions, meanwhile, remain most likely to be affected by bouts of changeable, unsettled weather. There are then some signs of some of these more changeable conditions spreading further south during early August.

    Updated: 1229 on Wed 10 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Wednesday 17 Jul 2013 to Friday 26 Jul 2013:

    On Wednesday and Thursday, largely fine and dry away from the far northwest where there may be some cloud and outbreaks of rain. Probably rather cloudy for a time across some central and eastern parts. Temperatures around average in the north, and remaining above average in the south, perhaps locally hot again in the far south. The bulk of the UK thereafter should continue with similar conditions, with a good deal of fine, dry and warm weather with any spells of rain or showers brief, and mainly restricted to the north. Refreshing afternoon sea breezes should continue to bring cooler conditions around the coasts. Perhaps occasionally cloudier and cooler towards the east coast. Temperatures remaining near average in the north, and generally above average elsewhere, occasionally hot in the south.

    Updated: 1222 on Fri 12 Jul 2013

     

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  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
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    UK Outlook for Saturday 27 Jul 2013 to Saturday 10 Aug 2013:

     

    The balance of probability suggests conditions in late July being fairly similar to those of mid-July. As such southern regions are most likely to see periods of dry and settled weather with above average sunshine, above average temperatures both day and night, and below average rainfall. Northern parts, meanwhile, are most likely to be affected by bouts of changeable, unsettled weather. This suggests some occasional spells of rain or showers, sometimes cooler conditions, but also some drier and brighter periods mixed in. There are then some signs of these more changeable conditions spreading further south at times into August.

     

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    UK Outlook for Thursday 18 Jul 2013 to Saturday 27 Jul 2013:

    Largely fine and dry at first away from the far northwest of the UK where there may be some cloud and outbreaks of rain. Probably rather cloudy across some central and eastern parts too. Temperatures around average in the north, and remaining above average in the south, perhaps locally hot again in the far south. Much of the UK thereafter should continue with similar conditions, with a good deal of fine, dry and warm weather with any spells of rain or showers brief, but probably becoming more unsettled and breezy in northern Britain. Further south, refreshing afternoon sea breezes should continue to bring cooler conditions around the coasts. Temperatures remaining near average in the north, and generally above average elsewhere, occasionally hot in the south.

    Updated: 1202 on Sat 13 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Sunday 28 Jul 2013 to Sunday 11 Aug 2013:

    The balance of probability suggests conditions in late July being fairly similar to those of mid-July. As such southern regions are most likely to see periods of dry and settled weather with above average sunshine, above average temperatures both day and night, and below average rainfall. Northern parts, meanwhile, are most likely to be affected by bouts of changeable, unsettled weather. This suggests some occasional spells of rain or showers, sometimes cooler conditions, but also some drier and brighter periods mixed in. There are then some signs of these more changeable conditions spreading further south at times into August.

    Updated: 1246 on Sat 13 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Monday 29 Jul 2013 to Monday 12 Aug 2013:

    The balance of probability suggests conditions in late July being fairly similar to those of mid-July. As such southern regions are most likely to see periods of dry and settled weather with above average sunshine, above average temperatures both day and night, and below average rainfall. Northern parts, meanwhile, are most likely to be affected by bouts of changeable, unsettled weather. This suggests some occasional spells of rain or showers, sometimes cooler conditions, but also some drier and brighter periods mixed in. There are then some signs of these more changeable conditions spreading further south at times into August.

    Updated: 1159 on Sun 14 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Friday 19 Jul 2013 to Sunday 28 Jul 2013:

    Largely fine and dry at first away from the far northwest of the UK where there may be some cloud and outbreaks of rain. Probably rather cloudy across some central and eastern parts too. Temperatures around average in the north, and remaining above average in the south, perhaps locally hot again in the far south. Much of the UK thereafter should continue with similar conditions, with a good deal of fine, dry and warm weather with any spells of rain or showers brief, but probably becoming more unsettled and breezy in northern Britain. Further south, refreshing afternoon sea breezes should continue to bring cooler conditions around the coasts. Temperatures remaining near average in the north, and generally above average elsewhere, occasionally hot in the south.

    Updated: 1159 on Sun 14 Jul 2013

     

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    UK Outlook for Saturday 20 Jul 2013 to Monday 29 Jul 2013:

    Many areas dry with plenty of sunshine this weekend, but some northern and eastern parts likely to see more in the way of low cloud and misty conditions. Also risk of very isolated afternoon showers developing at times. Feeling warm or very warm for many inland, but cooler towards the coasts. Predominantly settled conditions will continue into the next working week, however there is an increasing risk of daytime showers developing and also northwestern parts becoming cloudier with outbreaks of rain. Remaining warm or hot in many places, but nearer normal in the cloudier northwest and along some coasts. Thereafter, the dry and warm weather will continue across eastern and southern parts at first, but there is an increasing probability of more unsettled, cooler conditions progressing southeastwards.

    Updated: 1239 on Mon 15 Jul 2013

     

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  • Location: Derbyshire Peak District South Pennines Middleton & Smerrill Tops 305m (1001ft) asl.

    UK Outlook for Saturday 20 Jul 2013 to Monday 29 Jul 2013:

    Many areas dry with plenty of sunshine this weekend, but some northern and eastern parts likely to see more in the way of low cloud and misty conditions. Also risk of very isolated afternoon showers developing at times. Feeling warm or very warm for many inland, but cooler towards the coasts. Predominantly settled conditions will continue into the next working week, however there is an increasing risk of daytime showers developing and also northwestern parts becoming cloudier with outbreaks of rain. Remaining warm or hot in many places, but nearer normal in the cloudier northwest and along some coasts. Thereafter, the dry and warm weather will continue across eastern and southern parts at first, but there is an increasing probability of more unsettled, cooler conditions progressing southeastwards.

    Updated: 1239 on Mon 15 Jul 2013

     

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    Finally the end is in sight..

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