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The Stormtrack Weather Station at Mountsorrel and Rothley Leicester

52:42N 01:08W at 229 ft AMSL
The Villages of Mountsorrel and Rothley are located 4 miles North of Leicester, on the edge of the Charnwood Forest
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Last Data Feed: Tue 24 Nov 12:22 PM

Station Automated Forecast: Increasing clouds with little temperature change

Weather forecast for the Days and Weeks Ahead

Headline: A dry and mostly bright day with a brisk breeze.

Today: A cloudy and breezy day on Tuesday with some patchy light rain and drizzle possible across the Derbyshire Hills. All other parts staying dry with with some brightness and perhaps some brief sunny spells. Feeling rather mild. Maximum Temperature 12C.

Tonight: Cloudy with mist covering the Derbyshire Hills along with some rain and drizzle by midnight. Thickening cloud will bring rain to most parts later in the night. Winds easing. Minimum Temperature 6C.

Wednesday: Wednesday looks set to start overcast with some further rain and drizzle. Probably turning drier from the west through the day with some brightness. Light winds. Maximum Temperature 9C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday: Largely dry with some sunshine to end the week but feeling rather cold, with frost and an increasing risk of fog developing overnight, which could be slow to clear.

UK Outlook for Friday 27 Nov 2020 to Sunday 6 Dec 2020: Drier and more settled conditions are likely to continue into the weekend with overnight frost in places and some morning fog patches. Over the course of the weekend and into early next week confidence in the prevailing weather pattern becomes more uncertain. Outbreaks of rain and stronger winds are more likely in the north and west with drier and more settled conditions persisting for longest in the south and east. Temperatures initially below average, perhaps recovering to closer to average during next week. During early December, conditions will likely become more changeable across all areas again, alternating between spells of rain with strong winds and brighter but showery interludes. The driest and brightest weather most likely in the southeast. Temperatures varying around average but with some colder spells possible.

UK Outlook for Monday 7 Dec 2020 to Monday 21 Dec 2020: It is likely to remain changeable through the period, resulting in a mixture of rainy, windy days and brighter, showery interludes. The northwest is expected to remain more unsettled with frequent spells of rain with a risk of gales at times. The best drier and brighter conditions during this period are most likely in the south and east, although these will still see some rain at times. It may become predominantly settled in the south, but the latter part of this period will have morning fog patches and overnight frosts becoming more prevalent. Overall temperatures will likely be close to normal for the time of the year, with an increasing chance of wintry precipitation over higher ground in the north, as is normal for the time of the year.

Computer text generated Forecast issued at Tue 24 Nov 02:05

 








Outlook for Thursday to Saturday: Largely dry with some sunshine to end the week but feeling rather cold, with frost and an increasing risk of fog developing overnight, which could be slow to clear.
UK Outlook for Friday 27 Nov 2020 to Sunday 6 Dec 2020: Drier and more settled conditions are likely to continue into the weekend with overnight frost in places and some morning fog patches. Over the course of the weekend and into early next week confidence in the prevailing weather pattern becomes more uncertain. Outbreaks of rain and stronger winds are more likely in the north and west with drier and more settled conditions persisting for longest in the south and east. Temperatures initially below average, perhaps recovering to closer to average during next week. During early December, conditions will likely become more changeable across all areas again, alternating between spells of rain with strong winds and brighter but showery interludes. The driest and brightest weather most likely in the southeast. Temperatures varying around average but with some colder spells possible.

Mountsorrel is a village in Leicestershire on the River Soar, just south of Loughborough with a population of 6,662 inhabitants. A castle was built in 1080 by Hugh Lupus, but there is evidence of an earlier Norman settlement in the area in the form of pottery fragments. A Roman villa is supposed to have existed on Broad Hill during the 4th century AD, the site of today's quarry, as quarrying during the late 1800s revealed many artefacts including a preserved wooden bucket. However, the first recording of the village was in 1377, when it had a population of 156.

The Mountsorrel Weather Station is located in Mountsorrel which is just South of Loughborough andjust North of Leicester, Leicestershire.

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Stuart oftens travels the globle to experabce severe weather first after seeing his first tornado outside a town called Stuart in Nebraska, USA on the 9th June 2003.

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