Met Office Forecast
South East England
Early rain in east clearing, then mainly dry and bright.
Any residual rain in the east at first, soon clearing away to the east. This will leave a largely dry day with variable amounts of cloud, but also bright or sunny spells. Generally light winds. Maximum Temperature 21C.
Mostly dry but rather cloudy, the cloud tending to thicken in the north and west towards daybreak with some patchy light rain arriving. Winds generally light. Minimum Temperature 11C.
Generally cloudy with a little patchy light rain through the morning. However, becoming generally dry into the afternoon with bright or sunny spells developing. Mainly light winds. Maximum Temperature 20C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Variable cloud and mostly dry with warm, becoming very warm, bright or sunny spells. Probably turning cloudier late Saturday with outbreaks of rain moving erratically southeast.
Day 6-7 and Week 2:
Through the beginning of the period, it will be mostly dry and settled for many areas, especially in the south of the UK. More unsettled conditions with spells of rain and strong winds are likely to affect the north and northwest at times. There is a chance that these wetter interludes could spread more widely and affect much of the UK. Temperatures are likely to be mostly around normal, although it may become warm for a time in the south and perhaps very warm in the southeast. Towards the end of the period, more settled conditions are likely to develop, across many parts. Spells of wetter and windier weather are possible across northern and western areas at times.
Week 3 and 4:
Although confidence remains low throughout this period it is likely that settled conditions will persist across many areas towards the end of July. There may also be the occasional spell of wetter and windier weather at times. These are likely to be focused across northern and western areas though may occasionally spread to other regions. Temperatures generally around average, with any periods of particularly warm weather most likely being short-lived and generally across the south.
Met Office : South East England : 2020-07-14T01:03:04