We’re still waiting for “that” heatwave and signs are we won’t be seeing one in June. The emphasis is on a settled spell of weather coming up with about average temperatures and nothing major from hot to wet.
Thursday will generally be a cloudy morning with a fresher feel to the weather. Some brighter spells are possible later in the day. Max 16°C.
As we enter Friday high pressure is close by to our west but cloud and cool air are feeding around it from the northwest. A mainly cloudy day. Some bright spells possible but also some hill-drizzle. Max 15°C.
The weekend promises similar.
Saturday and Sunday won’t be too different. Plenty of cloud about. Don’t be surprised to see the odd patch of light rain or drizzle especially in the mornings but during the day a lot of dry weather but with it plenty of cloud. If bright spells do pop up now and again it will feel pleasant with the strong sunshine. Max 17°C.
Next week looks to have little change until later in the week where we could return to unsettled conditions from the west. No sign of a heatwave.
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