Issued 11:15 on Weds 17th Sept
September continues and we remain generally settled and with it has come a very dry month with only 6mm of rain recorded so far. Currently it is the driest start to September since 1960 in the UK. Those gardens need a drink!
Not much change into Thursday. After a cloudy start, the day should be dry with some warm bright spells coming through, especially the further west you are. Feeling a bit humid and highs could reach 22’C.
Friday will be a little cooler but still with pleasant sunny spells and light winds. There is a chance of some scattered possibly heavy showers later but these likely to be hit and miss. Highs of 20’C.
As we go into the weekend, little change with high pressure coming in from the west so more settled weather.
Saturday morning could still see some local showers around but these fading to give a day of bright spells and cooler temperatures. Highs of 18’C.
A cloudy start on Sunday but this should break-up slowly during the day to give a dry day with bright spells. Highs of 18’C.
Looking ahead into next week it looks like little change until the back end of the week. It then looks like cooler, more unsettled and wetter weather will arrive from the west or north-west.
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