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released at 09:10 on Tuesday 22 October 2019


GENERAL SITUATION ACROSS THE UK

High pressure is continuing to build in across the south, although a weak frontal system is introducing a fair amount of cloud across northern areas that is spilling southwards into the Midlands.

FORECAST FOR NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

On the whole we are looking at a fine and settled day across the county. There is a fair amount of cloud at the moment, but we are confident that this will tend to break up through the morning to reveal some decent spells of sunshine. Winds will be light and from the south-west with temperatures climbing to around 13C. The cloud will tend to return this evening and overnight acrsoss the far south-west of the county, but elsewhere it will remain clear with temperatures falling away to 5C.

OUTLOOK

The cloud will tend to become more widespread across the county during tomorrow morning and through the afternoon we will see some patchy outbreaks of rain. The rain is likely to become heavy for a while during the evening before becoming lighter and patchier overnight. Temperatures by day will be similar climbing to 13C with a light breeze from the south-east, veering more south-westerly later. Overnight lows will fall to 9C. We are likely to see further bits and pieces of rain through Thursday and the breeze will swing round to a gentle to moderate westerly. Highs will reach 14C falling overnight to 8C. Friday will start off dry, but we are likely to see a band of fairly heavy rain working its way through the county later in the morning. In fact, some of this rain could produce some hail and thunder.


   

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