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Today's weather is turning out to be patchy rain possible. The visibility is going to be around 10 km i. Tomorrow weather is forecasted to be moderate rain. The visibility is going to be around 8 km i. We expect around It will be mostly dry with little or no precipitation. Wednesday seems to be moderate rain at times. Looe, United Kingdom visibility is going to be around 10 km i. Partly cloudy will be the weather pattern for the Thursday.

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We hope you like it. If anything is not correct on our website or you have any feedbacks or queries then please do get in touch. We are waiting for your valuable feedbacks. Weather 1 hr 3 hr Past Avg. Looe Current weather report Culdrose Bracknell Exeter. UV Index. Today Tomorrow Tue Wed Thu. Text Weather Outlook Today's Today's weather is turning out to be patchy rain possible. Tomorrow Tomorrow weather is forecasted to be moderate rain.

View All Charts. View Full Yearly Averages.Our 7 day weather forecast for Looe updated throughout the day, making it ideal for planning leisure activities, travel and events. Read more about our weather forecasts. On Sunday 11th October the sun will rise at and will set at It will be a mild day, with temperatures reaching around Today is expected to be a dry day, with a very low chance of rain. It will be quite a breezy day, with a maximum expected wind speed of 29mph.

On Monday 12th October the sun will rise at and will set at A few showers are expected, 3mm of rainfall is possible today. It could be quite a gusty day today, with a maximum expected wind speed of 27mph. On Tuesday 13th October the sun will rise at and will set at A few showers are expected, 4mm of rainfall is possible today.

There could be quite a strong breeze in the air today, with a maximum expected wind speed of 34mph. On Wednesday 14th October the sun will rise at and will set at It will be quite a breezy day, with a maximum expected wind speed of 27mph. On Thursday 15th October the sun will rise at and will set at There will be a gentle breeze in the air today, with a maximum expected wind speed of 19mph.

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On Friday 16th October the sun will rise at and will set at Heavy rain which could cause deep standing water and surface flooding is possible.

Watch out for local severe weather warnings, 16mm of rainfall is possible today. It could be quite a gusty day today, with a maximum expected wind speed of 34mph. On Saturday 17th October the sun will rise at and will set at A fine and dry evening with clear spells. Cloud then builds overnight, with outbreaks of rain affecting western parts at the end of the night.

Feeling chilly, particularly at the start of the night in any clear spells. Wet and cloudy day in the west, with the rain moving into eastern areas through the morning. Far western parts becoming drier during the evening. Feeling cold in the rain. Intermittent showers and blustery at times on Tuesday and Wednesday. Turning drier on Thursday with sunny spells and patchy cloud. Temperatures generally near or slightly below average. Some eastern areas staying dry, with clear spells for a time allowing it to turn chilly.

Further west and north turning cloudier. Rain into Northern Ireland around midnight, reaching Scotland and western fringes of England and Wales by daybreak. Dull, damp and chilly for much of England and Wales. Rain advancing slowly eastwards, eventually reaching some southeastern areas, while northwestern parts turn clearer with scattered showers later. Heavy rain possible in southeast England on Tuesday. Otherwise sunny spells and showers, these most frequent and heavy in central and eastern areas.

Turning dry and sunny for Thursday. Turning generally more settled in the north and northwest by the end of the week and lasting into next weekend, with dry and bright spells likely. Meanwhile a cloudier, breezier picture in the east and southeast with more showery conditions here. This theme is likely to remain largely similar into the start of next week, with the most settled conditions across the far north of the UK and a few showers continuing to affect some eastern areas, before more organised cloud and rain tries to spread in from the southwest later.

Temperatures are expected to be rather on the cold side in most areas with overnight frosts and patchy mist and fog likely to occur, particularly in the northwest. Confidence becomes low towards the end of the month. However, the early part of the forecast period will likely see a gradual transition to a generally more unsettled pattern across the whole of the UK. Spells of rain and showers are likely, with these turning wintry over high ground in the north and northwest.

There may also be the odd settled spell at times during this period, but they are likely to be short-lived. Temperatures likely to stay at or just below average throughout.

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Enter town, city or postcode to find a location. Use my current location crosshair. Share this map Facebook Twitter LinkedIn email. Loading Met Office. Your chosen location: Looe. Error An error has occurred. Weather type Show arrow up. Monday: Wet and cloudy day in the west, with the rain moving into eastern areas through the morning. Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday: Intermittent showers and blustery at times on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Updated at: on Sun 11 Oct This Evening and Tonight: Some eastern areas staying dry, with clear spells for a time allowing it to turn chilly.JavaScript is not enabled on this browser.

For best viewing experience of this website, please enable JavaScript. A fine and dry evening with clear spells. Cloud then builds overnight, with outbreaks of rain affecting western parts at the end of the night.

Feeling chilly, particularly at the start of the night in any clear spells. Wet and cloudy day in the west, with the rain moving into eastern areas through the morning. Far western parts becoming drier during the evening. Feeling cold in the rain. Intermittent showers and blustery at times on Tuesday and Wednesday. Turning drier on Thursday with sunny spells and patchy cloud. Temperatures generally near or slightly below average.

Turning generally more settled in the north and northwest by the end of the week and lasting into next weekend, with dry and bright spells likely. Meanwhile a cloudier, breezier picture in the east and southeast with more showery conditions here. This theme is likely to remain largely similar into the start of next week, with the most settled conditions across the far north of the UK and a few showers continuing to affect some eastern areas, before more organised cloud and rain tries to spread in from the southwest later.

Temperatures are expected to be rather on the cold side in most areas with overnight frosts and patchy mist and fog likely to occur, particularly in the northwest. Confidence becomes low towards the end of the month. However, the early part of the forecast period will likely see a gradual transition to a generally more unsettled pattern across the whole of the UK.

Spells of rain and showers are likely, with these turning wintry over high ground in the north and northwest. There may also be the odd settled spell at times during this period, but they are likely to be short-lived. Temperatures likely to stay at or just below average throughout. Video forecasts.

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SEDUCTIVE MISS a winner at first outing this prep and rates well on dry ground, in with a chance. PIQUE drawn perfectly and racing back from metro track, could threaten. THAT SAID led all the way to win last start to break maiden at Hamilton on a soft track and has had a flying start to their career, could upset.

Shining Star (11) 5. Tahnee Tiara (6) Hard to see anything upsetting the top two choices.

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SHINING STAR racing back from the city and won once this prep at Donald four runs back, should go well. WATERBERG has shown early speed in races to date, expect to be right up there. RONDALAGO placed last start at Hamilton and is a strong finisher, in with a chance. TAHNEE TIARA has shown early speed in races to date and should run fitter for past attempts, could threaten. Great Lane (3) 6. Siddle's Birthday (16) 4. Artesano (1) GREAT LANE comes back to race at a country level, genuine contender.

ZOFFMAN has two placings from five runs this prep but ran as favourite last start and placed at Hamilton, could threaten. SIDDLE'S BIRTHDAY all wins have come when faced with dry ground and Dean Yendall a bonus, still in this.

ARTESANO last start winner to break maiden at Ballarat and draws to do no work, place best. Chouxting the Mob (4) 3. Set the Bar High (9) 14. Chu Chu Charlie (15) 10. So Distinct (5) CHOUXTING THE MOB in the money last start running third at Ballarat when resuming and placed at Geelong in only second-up attempt, has solid claims.

SET THE BAR HIGH has three placings from four runs this prep and finished fourth last start at Terang, don't dismiss. CHU CHU CHARLIE has the speed to overcome a very wide draw and has three placings from five runs this prep, quinella. SO DISTINCT ran fourth last start at Yarra Valley and should race on the speed, needs the breaks.

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