Weather forecast - Saturday 25 October 2014
Feels Like: 9°C
Feels Like: 14°C
Feels Like: 11°C
Feels Like: 11°C
South South East
wind gusts 32.4 mph
The sun will be dominant in the morning with some high clouds. Clouds will be numerous in the afternoon.
11°C / 16°C
13°C / 20°C
13°C / 15°C
8°C / 12°C
10°C / 17°C
12°C / 14°C
9°C / 13°C
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Manchester, situated in the North of England, is one of the UK's most populated cities. It is bordered to the North and the East by the Pennines, a mountain chain running the length of Northern England. Manchester experiences a temperate maritime climate with cool summers and mild winters and regular light rainfall all year round. The city is renowned for its culture, music scene and sporting connections.
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Manchester is a city in Greater Manchester, England. With a population of around 503 000, It is the UK’s third largest city. This city in the north west of England is renowned for its architecture, culture, music scene and sporting connections, notably Manchester City and Manchester United football clubs. Manchester is a popular city with Students who attend its two principal Universities and is the third most visited city in the UK after London and Edinburgh. Manchester’s climate is a temperate maritime one like much of the UK with warm summers, cold winters and regular rainfall. Temperatures reach an average high of 20°C in summer and 7°C in winter.