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This weekends Local & National Weather Forecast for Manchester & The North West

This weekends weather Forecast for the North West of England Including Manchester - Quick 30 Second update! All part of your Daily Brief

Weather Forecast for the North West of England

The Weather update is a provided daily by the WTX Team. Simplified, informative and aiming to be quick. This update covers the North West of England and Manchester.

Weather Forecast Summary

  • Today

    A typical Northern morning starting bright but chilly, with any morning mist or fog patches soon clearing. A few showers will throughout the afternoon, and it is likely that some could turn heavy in places, there will still be some sunny spells in between.

  • Tonight

    Any showers will clear during the evening, leaving a dry night. It will turn chilly and feel colder than usual with the clear sky until some patches of mist or fog form in rural spots.

National Outlook

Breezy and cool with blustery showers.

UK Today

A chilly start, with sunshine and showers again for many.

Sunshine and showers through the day, some turning heavy, with a risk of hail and thunder, especially in the south. Cloudier skies for a time across western Scotland and Northern Ireland, with longer spells of rain likely.


This is a quick round up of today’s weather forecast for the North West of England. Watch it on your way to work or just before you head out for a morning of errands. helps you prepare your day. Weather in the UK.

When you need to get the latest updates daily, get them at wtxnews.com
A perfect round up of all latest headlines created in your Morning Briefing Pack.

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