On Thursday we may see some early light rain which will turn showery but this should clear during the day to give some brightness and temperatures around 16’C.
Friday should start dry but patchy rain is expected later but most places will stay dry and cloudy. In any bright spells it will feel warmer as temperatures creep up slightly. 18’C.
Saturday will be cooler than Friday and during the day there could be a rogue sharp shower around but generally, cloudy again with some bright spells. 14’C.
As the weekend progresses we see high pressure trying to build from the south-west, so Sunday should be largely dry with bright spells and in any sunshine feel quite pleasant. Highs of 16’C.
Looking ahead it does look like we will see a few days of dry weather with warm sunshine, with 20’C possible but there is an uncertainty of how long this settled weather will last.
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Another Bank Holiday is approaching. So what are the chances of us having a very warm and sunny one like earlier in the month? Well let’s see.
After a chilly start on Thursday, the weather will have turned colder from the north and even though we should have a bright day there will be some showers around. It will be cold for the time of year. We should however, make double figures. Max 10’C.
Friday will start cold but showers will spread from the north-east which may be wintry on the highest hills. Some places, especially to the west may stay dry. The wind will have increased and it will be another cold day, accentuated by that wind. Max 11’C.
Saturday will see the wind ease throughout the day and any early showers should die away to give a day of sunny spells and feeling pleasant and a bit less cold as temperatures try to recover. Max 13’C.
As we head into Sunday the pattern is set to continue with a dry day forecast with some sunny spells but maybe more cloud later. Again, it will be slightly milder and it could feel quite nice in the sunny breaks. Max 15’C.
Bank Holiday Monday. It could be much worse but it could be much better. It is a few days off yet, but early signs show it to have occasional brightness early on, with cloud increasing, so don’t rule out showers or some prolonged rain late in the evening. Max 15’C.
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Monday starts cloudy with possible drizzle. Brighter later and feeling warm. The warmth may trigger a thunderstorm over the Pennines. 18’C
Tuesday a generally cloudy and dry day. Bit cooler and maybe some rain overnight and into Wednesday. 15’C
Wednesday sees light rain spreading south and turning cooler with a northerly wind. 14’C
Thursday and Friday look like cool days with some bright spells and generally dry. Friday may start with a ground frost! Feeling cold in a brisk northerly wind. 12’C
Looks dry into the weekend but after a cool start it may turn milder by the Bank Holiday. A long way off so keep up to date with @ChadWeather.
Enjoy your week!