Finally August is delivering some settled weather. OK it’s a bit cloudy at times, as some cloud feeds in from the North Sea, but the warm sunny spells are welcome after the first two-thirds of the month were so poor.
The sun might only be as strong as mid-April but the UV is still high enough for sun-cream to be needed, mostly between 11am-3pm, on sunny days.
Thursday & Friday: Some sunny spells, especially in the west, with some troublesome cloud at times further east. Feeling warm in any sunshine. Max 18-20°C
Weekend: Hopefully more in the way of sunshine.
Saturday: Any morning cloud burning off to a warm day with plenty of sunny spells. Max 20°C
Sunday: More of the same. Warm with sunny spells and dry. Some areas of frustrating cloud at times. Max 20°C
Bank Holiday Monday: It will be dry with bright or sunny spells. Cloud amounts hard to predict but likely to be a cloudy start again. Max 19°C
Outlook: It looks like high pressure will continue to dominate the weather for a few more days, perhaps most of next week. So, more of the same, pleasant temperatures, variable cloud and sunny spells at times.
Thanks for reading.
Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 25th of August 2021 at 8:50pm