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The weather in Manchester is notorious for being often wet and gloomy, but now that summer is here we’ll all be hoping this isn’t the case.
Some warmer weather has been on the cards recently, and to keep you up to date with the latest forecast in Manchester, here’s the weather outlook for today, 12 August.
The Met Office warning for extreme heat remains in place today, and the Greater Manchester region could have temperature as high as 31C.
The top temperatures will be felt around 4pm to 6pm this afternoon before the day gradually cools down.
The high temperatures will remain throughout the evening and into the night, remaining well into double figures at almost around 23/24C.
Tomorrow looks set to be more of the same with stifling temperatures of above 30C reaching the region once again.
The Met Office has issued their summary for the coming few days across the North West of England.
Another dry day with blue skies and plenty of sunshine. Feeling hot again with temperatures rising rapidly during the morning. Winds mostly light, but a little fresher at the coast. Maximum temperature 32 °C.
Dry with clear skies into the evening, temperatures slowly subsiding but remaining in double figures leading to an uncomfortable night for many. Minimum temperature 12 °C.
Dry and settled with temperatures rising rapidly during the morning with strong August sunshine all day. It will feel a little hotter than Friday. Maximum temperature 32 °C.
A little cloudier on Sunday, but still hot. Cloudier still on Monday with a chance of showers, still feeling very warm. Rather cloudy Tuesday with showers, some heavy and thundery.
The Met Office have issued their long range weather forecast for the period from 15 to 24 August.
This period will see the breakdown of the hot, sunny and dry weather of recent days, with conditions becoming more unsettled across the UK.
Showers will spread from the west and south next week, sometimes heavy and thundery, though drier periods with sunny spells are still likely between them. At the same time, temperatures will gradually decrease to closer to normal for August.
Later in the period, the more changeable weather will prevail with a risk of heavy showers or thunderstorms continuing, but clear and dry spells in between too. Returning to warm or very warm towards the end of the period for much of England and Wales, perhaps becoming locally hot in parts of the south and southeast.