This is an example of the information contained in the Astronomy Weather Forecast. You can select location from a database of nearly 5000 around the UK and once subscribed, can check back as many times as you want for the latest information.
Using a red (poor), amber (medium) and green (good) rating system the Astronomy Outlook Dashboard gives you an overall view of the sky cloud condition, an estimate of the chances of dew formation on unprotected optics, seeing rating based on the Antoniadi scale, transparency rating and an estimate of the suitability of conditions for planetary and deep sky astronomy. Note that the overall cloud condition in the dashboard is based on more factors than just the cloud at low, medium and upper levels in the atmosphere so may on occasion seem in contradiction to the cloud levels forecast further down. One final note on the dashboard, the seeing and transparency forecasts are generated independent of the cloud forecast. There will be occasions where its very cloudy but the sky between the clouds may be of superb quality. Separating them out in this way gives visibility to these conditions.
The Weather Situation section gives data for various weather factors relevant for astronomers. The wind is shown with the direction the wind is coming from followed by its average speed and how strong any gusts are likely to be, temperature, pressure and cloud at different levels will all help you to build a picture of the weather at that time of day.
If you are a little more knowledgable, the Synoptic Charts are provided for the current and next day. This will show you the isobars (lines joining points of equal atmospheric pressure) and positions of frontal systems.