Decent few days ahead – Thursday 20th June 2019 – Sunday 23rd June 2019

Hi all,

If you’ve been following my tweets you will see I promised high pressure to build towards this weekend and this is still the case. It will be a weak area and only hold its position until later on Sunday, but it’s a window of better weather. June so far has been much cooler than average.

Average maximum temperature in recent Junes. Shows how poor 2019 has been so far.

2013 17.4°C
2014 18.1°C
2015 17.2°C
2016 17.9°C
2017 18.2°C
2018 20.2°C
2019 (up to the 17th) 14.9°C

Average for a normal June is 17.8°C

Thursday: Bright spells and a few showers which could be heavy especially in the North. Max 16°C

Friday: Sunny spells and dry. Feeling warm in the strong sunshine and with high UV at this time of the year you will burn. A little windy at times. Max 17°C

Weekend: Dry and warmer

Saturday: A lovely day with sunny spells and variable cloud bubbling up. Very small chance of a shower. Warmer than recently. Max 20°C

Sunday: Sunny spells then cloud thickening into the afternoon on a freshening breeze. Any rain should only arrive overnight or even into Monday. Max 20°C

Outlook: High pressure drifting away but low pressure out to our West will allow a very warm southerly airflow to develop. Therefore, warm (21-23°C) and a little humid with some hefty showers/thunderstorms and sunny spells.

Follow @ChadWeather on Twitter for the latest weather forecasts and warnings.


Forecast Issued at 1:10pm on Wednesday the 19th of June 2019

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