THE weekend is set to be cloudy with strong winds across Berkshire.

As we approach mid-November, a further increase in seasonal weather can be expected throughout Reading and Bracknell, with patchy rain for the remainder of today (Friday, November 13).

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According to the Met Office, the rain is set to stop in the afternoon and leave the rest of the day dry, with sunny spells and light winds.

The minimum temperature for today is expected by be 9°C, with a maximum of 14 °C.


Tonight is set to remain dry, with clear spells at first.

However, cloud will increase overnight, with outbreaks of rain spreading in from the south later. It will also become breezy near the coast. Minimum temperature 7 °C.

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A cloudy weekend is in store for Reading and Bracknell


The Met Office predicts the first day of the weekend to be cloudy, with spells of rain, turning heavy and persistent later.

It will also become very windy, with gales developing along the coast in the afternoon.

The maximum temperature is expected to be16 °C.

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Frequent heavy showers Sunday, with very strong winds and severe coastal gales developing.