Issued Tuesday 21st July 10:45pm
Hope you’re all well. I’m currently away on holiday in Cornwall and apart from one morning of rain we’ve had great weather with strong sunshine. The tan is progressing nicely. Back home though, it’s not been as nice and although the next 4 days aren’t too bad it looks cool next week and no sign of any heat in the remainder of July.
Thursday looks a lovely day. A chilly start but a day of some prolonged sunny spells. Remaining dry. Perhaps a little breezy. Max 17°C.
Maybe some showers to start Friday. These should clear and another day of bright or sunny spells. Again, temperatures below average. Max 17°C.
High pressure builds in from the west for Saturday. However, as well as sunny spells we can’t rule out a shower. Max 17°C.
Sunday morning and early afternoon looks good with sunny spells. This will turn hazy later in the day. Cloudy into the evening with rain likely either late evening or overnight and into Monday. Max 18°C.
Looking ahead, a wet start to next week with fresh winds. Temperatures remain below the average. On the positive side there are hints, albeit a long way off, that August will turn warmer. Fingers crossed.
Thanks for reading.