After a wet, but at times very warm June, we have started July with mixed conditions.
Thursday: A humid day with hazy sunny spells and a small chance of an isolated shower during the morning. Muggy air drifting up from the south will bring a risk of localised thunderstorms into the afternoon, especially to the east and over the Pennines. These storms are a risk but not certain so don’t be surprised to see nothing like the last time we had a warning in place. Humid. Max 26°C
Friday: Sunny spells during the morning but turning more cloudier into the afternoon but staying dry. Slowly becoming a little fresher. Max 21°C
Saturday: Some light rain spreading from the west for the morning. Fresher, breezy conditions follow into the afternoon/evening with some sunny spells. Max 17°C
Sunday: Bright spells with some scattered showers but very localised. Similar temperatures to Saturday. Max 16°C
Looking ahead: Bright spells and a few spells of showery rain sneaking in from the northwest occasionally. Temperatures below average, hovering around the late-teens, so disappointing.
June 2017 Stats
Rainy Days 18
Dry Days 12
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Forecast Issued at 8pm on Wednesday the 5th of July 2017