A couple of warm days in this forecast but no sign of the summery weather returning, that we saw in July, as we approach the end of August.
Thursday will be a cloudy day with possible drizzle at first but I am hopeful it will brighten up later in the day as the cloud breaks and it will feel quite warm and humid. Highs of 22’C.
Friday looks likely to be a day of very warm bright spells and again feeling humid, especially with light winds. By the evening there is potential for the cloud to bubble up and produce some late-in-the-day sharp showers. Rain is expected overnight. Highs of 24’C.
Unfortunately the weekend sees the weather turn unsettled and a bit unpredictable as low pressure tries to establish itself over the UK.
Saturday will see a few bands of heavy showers across the region for most of the day and it will eventually feel a little cooler and less humid by the evening. Highs of 19’C.
Sunday will be a better day than Saturday with sunshine and showers and with temperatures around average. Again some showers will be heavy but some places maybe lucky enough to miss them. Highs of 20’C.
Looking ahead to Bank Holiday Monday; at the moment it seems to be another day of sunshine and showers but with the showers becoming less heavy and more scattered. Highs of 20’C.
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Have a great Bank Holiday weekend.