Weather forecast Manchester today: what is the Met Office prediction for 28 September 2022?

Here is how the weather looks for today

The weather in Manchester is notorious for being often wet and gloomy, and now that summer is almost over we might be getting plenty more of this weather.

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, 28 September.

What will the weather be like in Manchester today?

Temperatures look set to remain in the low teens throughout the day, and the weather itself looks likley to be sunny at times but wet at others.

The top temperature of 14C will be felt around much of the afternoon and could drop to as low as 10C by tonight.

The day will end with dry spells following some possible heavy showers in the mid afternoon into evening.

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All in all, it looks likley to be a mixed bag of a day.

The temperature will remain steady throughout the evening and into the night, remaining slightly under 10C.

Tomorrow looks set to be colder once again, with a top temperature of just 13C.

What is the Met Office summary for the week ahead?

The Met Office has issued their summary for the coming few days across the North West of England.

Today:

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Chilly to start Wednesday morning but with a good amount of sunshine. Sunny spells continuing throughout the morning before cloud builds with the chance of rain arriving by late afternoon. Temperatures up slightly on Tuesday with less gusty winds. Maximum temperature 15 °C.

Tonight:

Outbreaks of rain, heavy at times, during the evening then easing overnight with clear spells developing. Breezy throughout, helping to hold temperatures up more than recent nights. Minimum temperature 7 °C.

Thursday:

A scattering of showers possible during Thursday but many staying largely dry with sunny spells. Skies clearing later giving a chilly night with patchy frost and fog. Maximum temperature 17 °C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

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Becoming wet and windy on Friday with heavy rain sweeping through. Further heavy showers on Saturday before it turns mostly settled on Sunday. Temperatures gradually returning closer to average.

What is the Met Office long range forecast?

The Met Office have issued their long range weather forecast for the period from Tuesday 27 September to Thursday 6 October.

A generally unsettled start to the period across the UK with a mixture of bright or sunny spells, showers and occasional longer spells of rain. Most persistent rain may affect the east at first and will become more likely for the west later.

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Any drier and brighter spells are most probable for central and southern regions. Often windy, with gales possible at times, mainly across the north and east. Into October, the conditions are likely to remain changeable with further frontal systems spreading from the west and northwest at times.

Wettest conditions with periods of strong winds likely in the west, driest weather in the southeast. Temperatures rather cold at first, particularly across the north, but becoming close to or just above normal by the end of the period.