A seven day weather forecast for the Otter Valley and surrounded low-lying hinterland areas of south-east Devon such as Exmouth, Sidmouth, Seaton, Honiton and over to Axminster in the far east.
Forecast updated on Friday
19th July 2019.
A 180 view of Jacob's Ladder Beach at low tide on a winter's day.
Home Page A 180 panoramic view of Jacob's Ladder Beach at low tide on a winter's day.
20th July to 26th July A useful drop of rain on Friday has damped the dust a little in what is turning out to be a very dry month. This coming week will see very warm or hot conditions developing from Monday when the UV levels could be extreme. On Tuesday and Wednesday there is a heat stroke risk as the temperatures and humidity build. Very low confidence on how long it will last but the models currently show fresher, Atlantic air moving across the South West later on Thursday. This is likely to change and could be later on Friday. AM PM Confidence
Saturday
(20th July):
After a cloudy start, sunny intervals of increasing length. High UV.
Minimum = 15C Maximum = 24C Sun = 9 hrs Max UV = 8 Rain = 0 mm
High
Sunday
(21st July):
Sunny intervals, becoming warm and humid. High UV.
Minimum = 14C Maximum = 25C Sun = 7 hrs Max UV = 8 Rain = 0 mm
High
Monday
(22nd July):
Mostly sunny after early mist cleared. Becoming hot. Very High UV.
Minimum = 13C Maximum = 29C Sun = 12 hrs Max UV = 10 Rain = 0 mm
High
Tuesday
(23rd July):
Sunny and hot, cooler on coasts with sea breeze. High UV.
Minimum = 14C Maximum = 30C Sun = 14 hrs Max UV = 8 Rain = 0 mm
High
Wednesday
(24th July):
Sunny and hot, sunshine becoming hazy later. High UV.
Minimum = 15C Maximum = 30C Sun = 10 hrs Max UV = 8 Rain = 0 mm
Moderate
Thursday
(25th July):
Hazy sunshine and more cloud than recently. Not as hot but very humid. High UV.
Minimum = 17C Maximum = 26C Sun = 6 hrs Max UV = 8 Rain = 0 mm
Low
Friday
(26th July):
Sunny intervals with a moderate chance of a shower, drier later. Cooler. High UV.
Minimum = 14C Maximum = 23C Sun = 8 hrs Max UV = 8   Rain = 2 mm
V. Low

Old Seasonal Forecasts (when I used to do them for a laugh only)
The Otter Valley Spring 2015 Forecast
The Otter Valley Winter 2014/2015 Forecast

3The Otter Valley Summer 2014 Forecast
The Otter Valley Spring 2014 Forecast - The analysis!!

The Otter Valley Winter 2013/14 Forecast - The analysis!!

This forecast has been created by an appraisal of computer model outputs widely available on the internet such as GFS & ECWMF and interpreting these with adjustments for local topography and climatology.

Webcam Gallery World Weather Month So Far Year So Far Met Office 5 Day Sea Temp UV Light Recording Data Humidity Calcs