Settled and Mostly Dry – Thursday 4th July 2019 – Sunday 7th July 2019

Hi,

No heatwave or record-breaking temperatures for us last week, but it was nice to feel some Summery weather. Not sure about you but the heat and humidity on Saturday was enough for me (high of 29.3°C) and I was glad it didn’t last. Here’s how we are looking this week.

UV levels high throughout so remember your sun-cream.

Thursday: Sunny spells. It will remain dry and very warm in the sunshine. Max 21°C

Friday: A mostly bright morning with some sunny spells but cloud will thicken from the north-west as the afternoon goes on. A weather front is moving down across the country but it will be weakening all of the while, so don’t expect much rain with some areas staying dry. Max 20°C

Weekend: Settled and slightly cooler.

Saturday: Sunny spells and fresher with a north-westerly breeze. Pleasant in the sunshine and remaining dry. Max 17°C

Sunday: A cloudy morning but a dry day with warm, bright spells developing. Just the low chance of an evening shower. Max 18°C

Outlook: A bit of uncertainty for the rest of next week. It seems that temperatures will stay close to 20°C and with some bright spells. Perhaps a little warmer by the end of the week with thundery showers developing. So again, not much in the way of rainfall.

June 2019 Stats

Max 29.3°C (29th)
Min 6.2°C (10th)
Av. 13.4°C
Av. Dew Pt 9.6°C
Wettest 11.4mm (7th)
Highest UV 8.1
Av. Humidity 79%
Av. Barometer 1014.7 hPa
Max Gust 31mph (3rd)
Av. Wind Direction WSW
Rain 73mm
Rain Registered Days 22
Dry Days 8

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Thanks,
Jon

Forecast Issued at 4:05pm on Wednesday the 3rd of July 2019

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