Updated at 00:00 Thursday Jan 1st

Yorkshire & Humber Regional Forecast

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Headline:

Most places dry and warm with sunny spells developing.

Today:

Largely dry with cloud generally breaking up through the morning to allow sunny spells develop. Most places will feel warmer than yesterday, however along the coast it will remain cooler due to the easterly breeze and perhaps more persistent cloud. Maximum Temperature 18C.

Tonight:

Cloud and hill fog developing across the hills this evening. Otherwise dry, with predominantly clear skies, however some patches of mist and fog may develop elsewhere towards dawn. Minimum Temperature 3C.

Thursday:

Cloud, mist and fog clearing through the morning to leave a largely dry day with bright or sunny spells. Feeling very warm for April, but cooler near the coast. Maximum Temperature 18C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Remaining very warm, dry and often sunny on Friday and Saturday, but cooler near the coast. Becoming cloudier on Sunday with patchy rain, most likely across the north.


UK Outlook for Sunday 21 Apr 2019 to Tuesday 30 Apr 2019:

The second half of the Easter weekend will slowly turn more changeable and cooler, with outbreaks of rain and stronger winds spreading in from the northwest. However, some southeastern parts could remain dry, bright and fairly warm especially through Sunday and at first on Monday. Thereafter, for the remainder of April the weather looks set to become generally more changeable across the UK with showers or longer spells of rain, as well as some periods with stronger winds. Despite this, there will be some drier and brighter interludes at times and overall, temperatures should be around average for the end of April. As it often the case at this time of year, there may be some marked variations in temperature across the country.

UK Outlook for Wednesday 1 May 2019 to Wednesday 15 May 2019:

During the first half of May, there is very low confidence in the forecast. On balance, there is a slightly greater chance that some longer dry spells are likely for most places. There will however be some brief, more changeable interludes for all parts. Temperatures into May will probably be near or slightly above average. However, as is usual this time of year there will be some marked variations in temperature through the period.

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