Settled Weekend – Thursday 11th July 2019 – Sunday 14th July 2019

Hi all,

July hasn’t turning out too badly so far. It’s quite warm and it’s not rained much. Just a bit more sunshine would be nice. The month currently has well below average rainfall (3mm so far compared to the 26mm average at Day 10) and looking ahead there is not much in the way of significant rain to come.

Thursday: A cloudy morning with periods of showery rain. This will ease into the afternoon with a few brighter skies coming through but the risk of a localised hefty downpour. Feeling warm and humid. Max 21°C

Friday: A fresher day on Friday as winds turn to a more westerly or north-westerly. This will bring a few showers during the morning but they should clear away into the afternoon as brighter skies appear across the region. Still feeling warm in any sunshine. Max 20°C

Weekend: Drier and settled.

Saturday: A dry day on the cards with plenty of sunny spells, especially so in the morning. Clouds bubbling up during the day but it is expected to remain dry and sunny spells should return towards evening. Pleasantly warm. Max 20°C

Sunday: Sunny spells with more in the way of sunshine expected than Saturday. Cloud will still bubble up during the day, and there is a low chance of a shower by late afternoon. Otherwise another dry and feeling warm day. Max 21°C

Outlook: A weak Jet Stream means next week’s weather is still uncertain. It looks like it will start dry and settled with sunshine. As the week goes on showers are expected to develop and there is an increasing chance of some warm and humid air returning from the south.

Follow @ChadWeather on Twitter for all your latest weather updates.

Thanks,
Jon

Forecast Issued at 11:55am on Wednesday the 10th of July 2019

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