Sussex weather outlook for week ahead

Today (Sunday, October 18) is expected to be a largely sunny and dry day, according to the Met Office.

Sunday, 18th October 2020, 8:21 am
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Early fog patches will clear during the morning, with most places staying dry throughout the county.

The Met Office said pleasant sunny spells will develop during the day with light winds everywhere.

The maximum temperature is expected to be 14°C.

Tonight will see variable amounts of cloud overnight with light winds and most parts staying dry, the Met Office said.

The minimum temperature is expected to be 3°C.

Tomorrow (Monday, October 19) will be dry with long sunny periods but cloud will build up later.

The Met Office added winds will freshen during the afternoon, especially near the south coast.

The maximum temperature is expected to be 15°C.

Tuesday (October 20) will be windy with showers or longer spells of rain, the Met Office said.

Wednesday (October 21) will see heavy rain during the morning clearing northwards.

The outlook for Thursday (October 22) is lighter winds with some late rain possible, the Met Office said.

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