June is coming to an end. It’s been a very dry month and overall we can be satisfied with the first month of summer, especially after a poor May. So, a new month, does that mean a change in our weather? Certainly looks that way come the weekend.
Thursday: A decent day with sunny spells and feeling very warm. Cloud will develop in some parts during the day but it will stay dry. Max 22°C
Friday: Cloud will increase from the northeast with the chance of a shower or two. Most of us staying dry. Some sunny spells returning later. Warm. Max 21°C
Weekend: Becoming showery.
Saturday: Sunny spells for the morning but clouds will bubble up and isolated showers are expected to break out into the afternoon and evening, some locally heavy. Max 21°C
Sunday: Bright spells and hefty, slow-moving showers developing. Chance of the odd thunderstorm breaking out too. Some welcome rain for the gardens. Max 20°C
Outlook: The week looks generally cloudy with showers at times. No sign of a summer heatwave yet. Temperatures remaining on the warm side (around 18-20°C) and at times it will be muggy.
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Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 30th of June 2021 at 7:40pm