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See our 5 day forecast for the weather in Kent.

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Current conditions

05:46

20:04

14°C
Feels like 10 °C

Sunny spells

20 mph SW

  UV Medium

1016.9mb

Today's forecast

14°C

High

Sunny spells

20%

UV2

63%

Tonight's forecast

9°C

Low

Mostly Cloudy

20%

8 mph

86%

Tuesday conditions

12°C

High

9°C

low

10 mph SW

  UV 1

1016.9mb

Tuesday day

12°C

High

Overcast

20%

UV1

86%

Tuesday night

9°C

Low

Light rain

20%

9 mph

90%

Wednesday conditions

14°C

High

5°C

low

11 mph WSW

  UV 2

1016.9mb

Wednesday day

14°C

High

Sunny spells

20%

UV2

66%

Wednesday night

5°C

Low

Clear spells

20%

8 mph

86%

Thursday conditions

13°C

High

6°C

low

11 mph WSW

  UV 2

1016.9mb

Thursday day

13°C

High

Sunny spells

20%

UV2

65%

Thursday night

6°C

Low

Broken cloud

20%

4 mph

88%

Friday conditions

12°C

High

7°C

low

6 mph ESE

  UV 2

1016.9mb

Friday day

12°C

High

Light showers

20%

UV2

74%

Friday night

7°C

Low

Light rain

20%

6 mph

88%

Click on a day to display the full forecast

Mon

Sunny spells

High  14°C
Low   9°C

10 mph
SW

Tue

Overcast

High  12°C
Low   9°C

10 mph
SW

Wed

Sunny spells

High  14°C
Low   5°C

11 mph
WSW

Thu

Sunny spells

High  13°C
Low   6°C

11 mph
WSW

Fri

Light showers

High  12°C
Low   7°C

6 mph
ESE

With rainfall at a minimum so far this winter, the message from Kent's water companies is: please don't use more than you need to.

As a water company in one of the driest regions of the UK, the winter months are really crucial for us because it's when our aquifers deep underground refill after the heavier demand for water during the warmer summer months.

This winter has so far been much drier than in recent years, which has meant our groundwater levels are low.

We're therefore teaming up with Southern Water and Affinity Water to encourage everyone in the South East of England to only use as much water as they need to.

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