Broughton in Furness - Weather warnings issued14-day forecast
Forecast - Broughton in Furness
Day by day forecast
- Today,Light cloud and a moderate breeze,High9° 49°Low9° 48°,Wind speed16 mph25 km/h16 mph25 km/hSouth Westerly
- Saturday 29th JanuarySat 29th,Strong winds and light cloud,High10° 50°Low4° 39°,Wind gusts26 mph42 km/h41 mph66 km/hWesterly
- Sunday 30th JanuarySun 30th,Strong winds and rain,High8° 46°Low6° 42°,Wind gusts28 mph44 km/h43 mph69 km/hSouth Westerly
- Monday 31st JanuaryMon 31st,Strong winds and light cloud,High7° 45°Low6° 43°,Wind gusts26 mph42 km/h40 mph64 km/hNorth Westerly
- Tuesday 1st FebruaryTue 1st,Strong winds and rain,High10° 51°Low7° 45°,Wind gusts26 mph42 km/h41 mph66 km/hWesterly
- Wednesday 2nd FebruaryWed 2nd,Light cloud and a fresh breeze,High9° 49°Low7° 46°,Wind speed19 mph30 km/h19 mph30 km/hWesterly
- Thursday 3rd FebruaryThu 3rd,Light rain and a fresh breeze,High9° 48°Low5° 41°,Wind speed21 mph34 km/h21 mph34 km/hSouth Westerly
- Friday 4th FebruaryFri 4th,Sunny intervals and a fresh breeze,High7° 44°Low3° 38°,Wind speed22 mph35 km/h22 mph35 km/hWesterly
- Saturday 5th FebruarySat 5th,Light rain showers and a fresh breeze,High6° 43°Low3° 38°,Wind speed19 mph31 km/h19 mph31 km/hWesterly
- Sunday 6th FebruarySun 6th,Sunny intervals and a moderate breeze,High7° 45°Low4° 40°,Wind speed16 mph25 km/h16 mph25 km/hNorth Westerly
- Monday 7th FebruaryMon 7th,Light cloud and a moderate breeze,High8° 46°Low5° 41°,Wind speed16 mph26 km/h16 mph26 km/hWesterly
- Tuesday 8th FebruaryTue 8th,Light cloud and a moderate breeze,High8° 47°Low5° 41°,Wind speed17 mph27 km/h17 mph27 km/hWesterly
- Wednesday 9th FebruaryWed 9th,Light cloud and a moderate breeze,High8° 46°Low5° 41°,Wind speed17 mph27 km/h17 mph27 km/hWesterly
- Thursday 10th FebruaryThu 10th,Light cloud and a moderate breeze,High8° 46°Low5° 41°,Wind speed16 mph25 km/h16 mph25 km/hWesterly
Hour by hour forecast
BBC North West Tonight weather
Updated Monday to Friday only
Staying largely cloudy this afternoon. Dry for many, but a few spells of light rain or drizzle will move in from the west in places. A mild day for the time of the year.
In the evening it will be largely cloudy with a few spells of light rain or drizzle in places. Overnight it will remain mostly dry with just the odd spot of rain in places. Fresh winds.
Observations - Walney Island
- Humidity: 93%
- Visibility: Good
- Pressure: 1030mb, Falling
Met Office warnings issued for Cumbria
Yellow warning of wind
Starts: 04:00 GMT on Sat 29 January
Ends: 15:00 GMT on Sat 29 January
Strong westerly winds will bring some disruption on Saturday to Scotland, parts of Northern Ireland and northern England. - Some delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport are likely - Probably some bus and train services affected, with some journeys taking longer - Delays for high-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges likely - Some short term loss of power and other services is possible - It’s likely that some coastal routes, sea fronts and coastal communities will be affected by spray and/or large waves
Issued at: 10:24 GMT on Fri 28 January
Yellow warning of wind
Starts: 18:00 GMT on Sun 30 January
Ends: 12:00 GMT on Mon 31 January
Strong winds will likely cause some travel disruption and generate some large and dangerous waves around the coasts. - Road, rail, air and ferry services may be affected, with longer journey times and cancellations possible - Some roads and bridges may close - Power cuts may occur, with the potential to affect other services, such as mobile phone coverage - Injuries and danger to life could occur from large waves and beach material being thrown onto susceptible sea fronts, coastal roads and properties
Issued at: 10:31 GMT on Fri 28 January
About the Met Office Weather Warnings
The Met Office issues weather warnings when severe weather has the potential to impact the UK.
The Met Office issues warnings for rain, thunderstorms, wind, snow, lightning, ice, extreme heat and fog. These warnings are given a colour depending on a combination of both the impact the weather may have and the likelihood of those impacts occurring.
For more information, see the Met Office Weather Warnings Guide.
Weather Warnings Key
Extreme weather is expected. Red means you should take action now to keep yourself and others safe from the impact of the weather. Widespread damage, travel and power disruption and risk to life is likely. You must avoid dangerous areas and follow the advice of the emergency services and local authorities.
There is an increased likelihood of bad weather affecting you, which could potentially disrupt your plans and possibly cause travel delays, road and rail closures, interruption to power and the potential risk to life and property. Amber means you need to be prepared to change your plans and protect you, your family and community from the impacts of the severe weather based on the forecast from the Met Office.
Severe weather is possible over the next few days and could affect you. Yellow means that you should plan ahead thinking about possible travel delays, or the disruption of your day to day activities. The Met Office is monitoring the developing weather situation and Yellow means keep an eye on the latest forecast and be aware that the weather may change or worsen, leading to disruption of your plans in the next few days.