Plymouth weather forecast says sunny days are on the way


The Met Office says Plymouth is in store for sunny days and temperatures as high as 14C.

A forecast for the city indicates that after a cloudy start today, the sun will appear from 4 p.m.

Bright sunshine is also expected all day Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, before darkening again on Monday.

Temperatures in Plymouth will peak at 12 degrees Celsius around noon today.

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Despite the sunshine, it’s not all good news, with wind speeds continuing to gather across the city with a peak wind speed of 26 mph in the afternoon. As this evening approaches, the outlook looks dry with clear skies, but a cold and frosty morning is expected to develop tomorrow (March 17).

The Met Office has planned the following for the South West region:


“Rain showers, especially in the eastern parts of the region during the morning. Much of the region will be dry throughout the afternoon with some sunny spells. Feeling balmy in any light with winds lightweight.Maximum temperature of 12 degrees Celsius.

This evening

“Skies clearing from the west this evening and remaining dry overnight with long clear spells. Turning cold and freezing for many with some fog patches developing at dawn. Low temperature -2 degrees Celsius.

A map showing clouds and rain across Devon today


“After a cold start, it will be a dry and mostly sunny day. A few scattered clouds developing during the afternoon. A pleasant warm feeling in the afternoon sun. High temperature 14 degrees Celsius.

Friday to Sunday

“Dry and mostly sunny. Cool nights and mornings but pleasantly warm sunny afternoons. Strong and gusty easterly winds at times, especially on exposed coasts.”

Long Range UK Weather Forecast

“The period begins with mostly dry and sunny conditions once the morning fog clears. Far northern and southern regions could see more cloud with a few isolated showers possible in the far south-west of here on Sunday evening.

“For the remainder of the period, most areas continue to remain mostly dry and sedentary, particularly in the southern UK where overnight fog and frost are possible. Any downpours or longer spells of rain is most likely to affect the far north and northwest, where winds are likely to be stronger as well.

“Winds in the south are expected to be generally light. Temperatures will most likely be near or slightly above the long-term average.”

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