What a great week of weather it has been with temperatures rising into the 20s and breaking my warmest day ever recorded in April with 23.7°C (20th). It’s not unusual to have a decent, summer-like spell in late-April and our weather can soon return to the norm, as we are about to find out. After 20 days of no measurable rainfall, April Showers are back.
Thursday: A bright start fading as heavy showers, which could be thundery, will spread up from the south during the day. Much cooler. Max 14°C
Friday: Bright spells and showers developing, again some heavy with hail and thunder. Max 14°C
Weekend: Sunday seems best
Saturday: A deep area of low pressure is set to move across Southern England bringing us windy conditions and rain at times which will clear into showers towards evening. Feeling cold. Max 11°C
Sunday: A ridge of high pressure will bring more settled conditions with mostly cloudy skies. Any early showers easing during the morning. Less cold. Max 12°C
Outlook: Continuing unsettled with showers and with the Jet Stream slipping South we will remain cool.
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Forecast Issued: Wednesday 24th of April 2019 at 3pm