Reasonable weekend but a poor outlook – Thursday 29th July 2021 – Sunday 1st August 2021

Hi all,

After the heatwave came the thunderstorms and now much cooler and unsettled conditions are in charge; all thanks to low pressure. Some media report the heat to return soon, but we all know that is guesswork. Nothing on the horizon at this stage to suggest sunnier, summery and hot weather returns.

Thursday: Any morning showers easing to some bright spells and a drier slot. Showers or patchy rain developing into the afternoon, especially to the north but not as lively as Wednesday with thunderstorms unlikely. Feeling cool & windy with 30mph gusts. Max 17°C

Temperatures much cooler than what we have been used to over the last few weeks

Friday: Some unusual weather for the time of year, strong to gale-force winds and heavy rain, will affect southern parts of the UK but we escape that. Otherwise it’s a day of scattered showers, some heavy and perhaps thundery. Some bright spells in between and a little less cool. Max 19°C

Weekend: Showers slowly decreasing in numbers but not disappearing.

Showers still around this weekend but the heaviest and thundery ones confined to the S & E of the UK

Saturday: Cloudy with a few bright spells. Showers are on the decline but I’m sure we will still catch a few today. Breezy but reasonably warm in any sunshine. Max 20°C

Sunday: A little cooler but a similar day. Plenty of cloud, some brightness at times and still the chance of a shower, especially towards the hills. Max 18°C

Outlook: A slight ridge of high pressure will mean Monday should be dry with pleasant sunny spells. Tuesday mostly cloudy but rain later and then the remainder of the week doesn’t look very summer-like at all, with the weather turning unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain. Temperatures remaining cool at times and the potential for a wet and windy weekend.

Early indications show it’s wet and windy next weekend

As always, look out for updates on Twitter, @ChadWeather.

Thanks for reading,
Jon

Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 28th of July 2021 at 8:45pm
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Heatwave Departs – Thursday 22nd July 2021 – Sunday 25th July 2021

Hi all,

Yep, I know it’s too hot. 27-28°C wouldn’t be too bad if it wasn’t so humid and muggy and with dew points up around 17-18°C it’s been too much for me. So I’m happy to know it’s coming to an end but as always, with the British Weather, I’ll be moaning about how poor it is within days. Standard.

HEATWAVE: Here are the maximum temperatures I have recorded so far during this hot spell with the overnight lows too.

17th July 27.2°C : 15.0°C
18th July 26.7°C : 15.4°C
19th July 26.7°C : 15.7°C
20th July 27.0°C : 16.7°C
21st July 27.6°C : 16.4°C

Thursday: Hot with plenty of sunshine, perhaps a little hazy at times. Light winds and muggy. Low risk of an isolated thunderstorm. Looks set to be the hottest day of the heatwave. Max 30°C

Friday: Very warm to hot with sunny spells, but temperatures will be lower. There will also be a noticeable, and welcome breeze from the east. Max 26°C

Weekend: Turning unsettled & less hot.

Low pressure returns to influence our weather, especially on Sunday

Saturday: Cloudy with showery rain slowly pushing up from the south. Some of these showers could be thundery later in the day. Still quite humid but much lower temperatures. Max 20°C

Sunday: Quite muggy with bright spells and beefy showers developing, with some strong thunderstorms possible (look out for warnings). Welcome rain after the baking of last week. Max 21°C

Temperatures back to normal this weekend and these are the maximums we can expect for most of next week

Outlook: Our weather will return to what we are used to in a British Summer. Unsettled with showers at times and temperatures back to average, hovering around the 20°C mark. Odd thundery downpour possible too.

Follow @ChadWeather on Twitter for the latest forecasts. If you like reading my weekly blog then give the tweet a RT and hopefully this 4-day outlook can help others plan their day.

Thanks,
Jon

Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 21st of July 2021 at 7:05pm.
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Heatwave time – Thursday 14th July 2021 – Sunday 17th July 2021

Hi all,

Our best weather of the summer is on the way, if you like it hot that is. High pressure is building in from the Azores and will dominate our weather for the coming week. So, the forecast doesn’t get much easier than this.

Don’t forget your sun-cream throughout. Be protected. UV levels are high (7) and you will catch the sun easily, especially so between 11-3.

Thursday: A cloudy morning with some brightness. Sunny spells developing during the day as cloud thins and breaks. Warmer than Wednesday. Max 24°C

Friday: Some early mist then a very warm day with sunny spells. Max 25°C

Weekend: BBQs, paddling pools, ice-pops and beers!

Saturday: Feeling hot with plenty of sunshine. Max 26°C

Sunday: Another cracking day with sunny skies and hot temperatures. Max 27°C (locally 29°C can’t be ruled out)

Outlook: Monday to Wednesday will remain sunny, dry and very warm but possibly a couple of degrees coming off the temperature. Signs are there that the weather will break later in the week, but at this stage details are uncertain so look out for updates on Twitter.

Follow @ChadWeather on Twitter for the latest forecast.

Thanks,

Jon

Forecast Issued on Wednesday the 14th of July 2021 at 9:40pm.

Summer on the horizon? – Thursday 8th July 2021 – Sunday 11th July 2021

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Hi all,

It’s been a wet and muggy start to July after a very dry June. Plenty of rain this week was welcome for the gardens and golf courses but what we really want is some summer-warmth and sunshine to return – I need my BBQ fix.

Moody skies from my walk above Hanging Lees Reservoir on Wednesday morning

****Don’t forget UV levels are still high when the sun is shining.****

Thursday: A ridge of high pressure will begin to build from the southwest improving the weather. Dry with sunny spells. Chance of a shower in southern parts. Max 20°C

Friday: Similar day. Plenty of dry weather, bright or sunny spells during the morning with cloud bubbling as the day progresses. Low risk of a shower, more so the further east you are. Max 21°C

Weekend: Showers to return.

Saturday: A dry morning is expected with sunny spells and the odd rogue shower. Further showers brewing from lunchtime, locally heavy but these should be well-scattered and tend to ease towards evening. Not everyone catching one. Still warm with light winds. Max 21°C

Showers return this weekend after a drier couple of days

Sunday: Sunny spells for the morning. Any sunshine becoming hazy as the afternoon turns mostly cloudy with patchy, showery rain coming in from the west. Quite humid with light winds. Max 21°C

Outlook: After an unsettled few days, with showers continuing, it looks like high pressure will attempt to move in from midweek; well at least build in from the southwest with the ideal of taking hold. Sunny spells increasing and temperatures rising quickly, perhaps the mid-20s by the second half of next week. Fingers crossed. As always, with long-range forecasts they are not set in stone, so keep up-to-date on Twitter.

Temperatures set to rise later next week
High pressure tries to build in later next week but it could take its time

June 2021 Stats:

Max 24.1°C (2nd)
Min 6.8°C (22nd)
Av. 15.2°C
Av. Dew Pt 10.2°C
Wettest 3.8mm (25th)
Av. Humidity 73%
Av. Barometer 1019.8 hPa
Max Gust 27.6mph (3rd)
Av. Wind Direction NNW
Rain 9.8mm
Rain Registered Days 5
Dry Days 25

Follow @ChadWeather on Twitter for the latest forecasts.

Thanks,
Jon

Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 7th of July 2021 at 16:35
Images: http://www.netweather.tv and http://www.meteociel.fr

Warm but rain returns – Thursday 1st July 2021 – Sunday 4th July 2021

Hi all,

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

Rainfall totals Wed PM to Sun PM – most delivered via showers over the weekend

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.

Follow @ChadWeather on Twitter for the latest forecasts.

Thanks for reading,
Jon

Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 30th of June 2021 at 7:40pm
Image: http://www.wxcharts.com

Changeable until next week – Thursday 24th June 2021 – Sunday 27th June 2021

Hi,

We need rain. There is some on the way but it won’t amount to much and little on the horizon.

Thursday: Cloudy with some drizzle to start. Cloud eventually thinning into the afternoon with some sunny spells around for the late-afternoon and evening. Warm and muggy. Max 20°C

Friday: A cloudy day with showery bursts of rain. It will tend to dry up in some places towards evening. Max 18°C

Low pressure brings a cooler and showery day on Friday

Weekend: Improving

Saturday: Mostly cloudy and the odd shower can’t be ruled out. A bit cool with some bright spells later. Max 18°C

Sunday: Warmer with plenty of cloud around. Sunny spells breaking through into the afternoon and feeling pleasant. Max 20°C

Outlook: High pressure looks set to keep the Jet Stream at bay. So a decent week with sunny spells, plenty of dry weather and the temperature sneaking to the mid-20s.

High pressure in charge next week with low pressure close to the southern parts of the UK

Follow @ChadWeather on Twitter for the latest forecasts.

Thanks,
Jon

Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 23rd of June 2021 at 10:40pm
Images: http://www.wxcharts.com

Cooler with change ahead – Thursday 17th June 2021 – Sunday 20th June 2021

Hi all,

June has been a decent month and almost any weather would have been an improvement from the month of May. But we’re only halfway through and a change to more unsettled weather looks set to arrive next week.

Thursday: Earlier in the week we looked to be under a risk of intense thunderstorms but these look set to stay away towards the east of the Pennines and southeast of the Peak District. That said don’t rule out a thundery shower clipping parts of the region (to the E/SE) during the day. Most areas should be cloudy with any early localised showers fading. Brighter spells towards evening. What you will notice is we’ve lost the humidity and it will feel fresher and cooler with north to northwesterly winds. Max 18°C

Intense thunderstorms for the SE of the UK Wednesday night
We could catch a thunderstorm or hefty shower on Thursday morning but the main focus is away to our E/SE

Friday: A cool northeasterly breeze but a dry day is expected with sunny spells. Max 18°C

Weekend: Saturday is best

Saturday: Quite similar to yesterday with variable amounts of cloud and some sunny spells. Most areas dry but the odd afternoon-shower can’t be ruled out. Max 18°C

Thundery rain moves north on Sunday

Sunday: Change on the way by the looks of it. Rain will push up from the south which could well be heavy with a few rumbles of thunder. A fresh breeze too making it feel cooler. Max 16°C

Outlook: The recent good weather comes to an end with areas of low pressure coming in from the west or southwest. Spells of rain or showers the order of the week but a sign that high pressure builds for the final days of June.

Looking much more unsettled next week with low pressure in charge

The longest day of the year will be on Monday and after that we…..well let’s not depress ourselves just yet. Plenty more of Summer to come.

Follow @ChadWeather on Twitter for the latest forecasts.

Thanks for reading.
Jon

Forecast Issued on Wednesday the 16th of June 2021 at 5:15pm
Images: http://www.wxcharts.com

Summery Conditions Continue – Thursday 10th June 2021 – Sunday 13th June 2021

Hi all,

It certainly feels like Summer lately and what a difference a month makes after a dreadful May. How long will this last?

**Remember UV levels are HIGH throughout so sun-cream needed**

Thursday: After a humid night we start with a lot of cloud which will hang around, perhaps hill-drizzle for a short time. Bright spells developing. Very warm and muggy. Max 23°C

Friday: Cloudy skies as a cold front moves southeast with a few showers on it. Hopefully some sunny spells towards the evening. Slightly fresher later. Max 20°C

Weekend: Locally hot

Saturday: High pressure takes control and builds back in. Cloudy for some for the morning with the sunshine becoming more widespread later. Max 22°C

Sunday: Sunny skies and temperatures rising. Light winds too leading to a hot day. Max 25°C

Outlook: Remaining warm with sunny spells. Looks like it will be fresher on Monday before the temperature sneaks back into the 20s. Risk of a few showers midweek but for now, keep watering those gardens.

Follow @ChadWeather on Twitter for the latest forecasts.

Thanks,

Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 9th of June 2021 at 10:05pm

Finally, dust off those BBQs – Thursday 27th May 2021 – Bank Holiday Monday 31st May 2021

Hi all,

We’ve had a dreadful month but finally some long-awaited warmth is on the way. Not completely dry but a lift in temperature was long overdue. I did wonder if we would see 20°C before May is out.

** UV levels are now HIGH so don’t forget sun-cream regardless of what the temperature is. **

Thursday: A lovely late-Spring day with plenty of sunny spells. Feeling warm after the dire conditions of late. Max 19°C

Friday: A weak weather-front will bring some light rain and drizzle for the morning. Staying mostly cloudy for the afternoon but turning drier. Max 17°C

Long Weekend: A session in the garden is in order!

Saturday: A cloudy start likely, then the strong sunshine will break the cloud up and warm sunny spells will develop. Light winds. Just the chance of an isolated shower, especially to the west. Max 19°C

Sunday: Looks a great day! BBQ me up! Any early mist clears to sunny skies. Feeling very warm with little or no wind and finally we meet that temperature target. UV levels up to 7! Max 21°C

Temperatures into the 20s in May at last!

Bank Holiday Monday – Looks like more of the same for the morning but cloud could thicken towards the west later turning the sunshine hazy. Max 21°C

We keep rain at bay on Bank Holiday Monday – another BBQ anyone?

Outlook: Some uncertainty as to what happens from Tuesday. Low pressure tries to come in from the northwest, bringing cooler conditions once more and showers. But, at this stage, the latest prediction is that high pressure could remain in control, just, to the south and west and the week turns out to stay settled with temperatures in the late-teens although it could be quite breezy. All to play for so stay tuned via Twitter, @ChadWeather.

Thanks,
Jon

Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 26th of May at 7:05pm.
Images: http://www.netweather.tv

Low Pressure Brings more Rain and Wind – Thursday 20th May 2021 – Sunday 23rd May 2021

Hi all,

May continues to disappoint on all fronts. Below average temperatures and above average rainfall continue to dominate our weather. Some hope on the horizon, but meanwhile more of the same to come.

Thursday: Cloud thickening during the morning with some patchy rain moving in. The rain will turn much heavier leading to a wet and windy afternoon. Unusually windy for this time of year with 40mph gusts in exposed places. The rain will become showery later. Cool. Max 12°C

Wednesday night’s satellite picture

Friday: Low pressure in charge so windy conditions once more with frequent showers, perhaps longer spells of rain at times, especially early on and later in the day. Feeling fresh for the time of year. Max 13°C

Weekend: A breather on Saturday.

Saturday: Bright spells with just the odd shower possible. Still on the breezy side and feeling cool but an improvement on the last two days. Max 12°C

Sunday: Another low pressure will arrive from the west. It will start dry then rain will spread across the region, although patchy. Showers later. Breezy and temperatures poor once again. Max 12°C

Outlook: Still on for improved weather as we head towards month-end and the Bank Holiday. Not exactly wall-to-wall sunshine but drier, more settled and temperatures recovering. Still unlikely to see 20°C before the end of May, but with UV levels high, and the late-May sun, the late-teens will do.

High pressure, as promised, looks to build towards month-end and should hang on for the Bank Holiday

Follow @ChadWeather on Twitter for local forecasts.

Thanks,
Jon

Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 19th of May 2021 at 8:50pm
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