More talk of the weather heating up, but for now, that chance of occasional heat is reserved for the south and southeast of the UK.
After a lovely, albeit not a scorcher of a Wednesday; we start Thursday with a morning of pleasant sunny spells. More cloud is expected into the afternoon and with it the breeze will pick up. Late evening and overnight there is a chance of some isolated heavy thundery showers and becoming windy. Quite muggy. Max 21°C.
Into Friday and a cloudy morning with some showers around. Brighter into the afternoon with sunny spells but notably and unseasonably windy with 35-40mph gusts possible in exposed parts. Fresher. Max 19°C.
The low pressure responsible for the windy weather slips away into the weekend and it settles down.
Saturday will still be breezy with bright or sunny spells at times. Apart from an early shower it should remain dry and the breeze easing later on. Max 17°C.
A little more humid on Sunday but with variable cloud at times, still some bright spells and overall a fine day. Can’t rule out an early shower. Temperatures not really going anywhere. Max 18°C.
Looking ahead we look to stay under the influence of westerly winds. This means bright spells and no hot weather. Temperatures about average with some showers or showery rain possible. So changeable and not a heatwave in sight.
Thanks for reading.