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Dry at the moment but rain forecast for most of the day locally, currently 6 with high of 9 later.

East Anglia:
Forecast - 24 hours (weather and hazard summary)

Overcast with some rain edging up from the south through today. Patchy light rain continuing into the early evening, before turning drier with clear spells then developing for a time. Still, a good deal of cloud later lingering through the night. Further spots of light rain returning towards dawn.

Forecast - 2 to 5 Days (weather and hazard summary)

Brightening up through Tuesday morning as early rain clears, but cloud increasing once again during the afternoon to bring some showery rain. Blustery winds are also expected to gust around 40mph. Drier with clear periods overnight. Extensive cloud and rain looks to return Wednesday, with some late spells of sunshine possible in its clearance. Remaining unsettled through Thursday and Friday, with further showers or longer spells of rain possible at times, alongside brisk winds. Confidence in any detail is presently low though. Mild throughout too.


Windy & Wet!!!!!

East Anglia:

Cloudy with rain pushing in from the west this morning, heaviest across Norfolk and Cambridgeshire. Blustery too. Rain then clearing eastwards this afternoon, but it'll stay largely cloudy. Some clearer skies possible overnight, ahead of extensive cloud moving in towards dawn. Rain also beginning to edge in.

Winds: Gusts of around 40mph possible, chiefly across London, Hertfordshire and Essex between 0900 and 1500.

Rain: Through Cambridgeshire and Norfolk, rainfall totals may locally reach 10-15mm, though with this largely falling within a few hours of the morning.


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Creosote was dripping down my fence posts today!!! Sunny and very warm in Gloucestershire ..12deg maybe.
Do you think the grass grows in this? I know it stops at 5deg. Pretty sure I can see a bit of growth....

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