Plenty of rain – Thursday 5th August 2021 – Sunday 8th August 2021

Hi all,

The final month of Summer is here and to be fair it’s been a mixed bag so far with some warm sunshine and isolated downpours or thunderstorms. If you’ve been lucky enough to miss the showers then your time has come.

Thursday: Low pressure comes in from the Atlantic. After a dry start it will become breezy and bands of showers or slightly longer spells of rain will move north-eastwards from late-morning. Some of this could be heavy and thundery. More showers follow later in the day with bright spells in between. Max 19°C

Low pressure rules the roost over the next 5 days

Friday: Very unsettled for the time of year. Frequent showers, merging at times, with perhaps hail and thunder and lightning (warning in place). Max 18°C

Weekend: Slowly improving

Saturday: I’m golfing early; so hopeful of a dry start but it isn’t expected to last as further bands of showers come in on a fresh breeze. Again, some heavy and thundery. Max 18°C

Sunday: Sunny spells and showers still around, but fewer are expected, so a bit of an improvement. Max 18°C

A lot of rain expected over the next 10 days

Outlook: Little change early on with sunny spells and showers. Midweek looks improved with a couple of better days before low pressure returns with its showers or periods of rain in time for the weekend. Meh.

July 2021 Stats

Max 30.0°C (22nd)
Min 10.8°C (28th)
Av. 17.2°C
Av. Dew Pt 13.2°C
Wettest 32.4mm (4th)
Av. Humidity 79%
Av. Barometer 1015.1 hPa
Max Gust 20.7mph (29th)
Av. Wind Direction WNW
Rain 89.4mm
Rain Registered Days 12
Dry Days 19

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Thanks for reading,
Jon

Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 4th of August 2021 at 9pm
Images: https://wxcharts.com/

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