More pleasant weather to come this week – a bit cooler from Wednesday again, but plenty of sunshine overall.
Lots of photographs this week again – I assume because people are out and about a bit more since the re-opening? Sunshine helps also.
Tonight sees clear spells, down to around 3’C.
Tuesday sees more in the way of high/mid-level cloud, meaning that the sunshine will be more hazy than Monday, and generally more cloud bubbling up in the afternoon also – giving a 30% chance of an afternoon shower. It will be quite warm, 17’C – maybe squeezing 18’C. Fairly cloudy overnight – perhaps a spot of light rain by dawn as a weak weather front slowly creeps south, 9’C.
Wednesday sees high pressure still in control, though the overnight weak weather front will re-introduce cooler air.
Quite cloudy in the morning – some limited brightness – the odd spot of rain possible. Towards lunchtime sunshine amounts should start to increase, initially small-moderate chance of a shower or two, but as the afternoon goes on they will move south and sunshine amounts continue to increase. Cooler, around 13’C. Clear spells overnight – frost possible, especially in more sheltered spots, down to around 1’C.
Thursday looks reasonably sunny. A bit of cloud around at times, more so in the morning, but a pleasant day if not especially warm – 14’C at a push. Clear spells overnight, a frost probable for a short time, down to around 0’C.
Friday will be similar. Good spells of sunshine, a bit of cloud at times, and temperatures between 13’C and 17’C – just a bit of uncertainty on wind directions and hence maximum temperatures. Clear skies overnight – a frost possible.
Saturday should remain sunny. A bit of uncertainty on wind direction – somewhere between easterly and south-easterly so temperatures reaching somewhere between 13’C and 18’C. Also a low risk of importing some cloud from the North Sea if we do have an easterly, which would make temperatures lower – but a low risk at this point.
By Sunday the chance of importing low cloud increases – though uncertain at this stage. So it could either be cloudy all day – or a good part of it, and close to 10’C, or sunny for most of the day, and pleasant between 14’C and 16’C.
Next week likely remains mostly dry, probably at least often sunny – but temperatures uncertain. I don’t expect better than average, say between 14’C and 17’C – though a flow from a colder direction, say a return of the northerlies, is very possible – which would mean temperatures between 8’C and 12’C, with a few showers.
The mostly dry and often sunny conditions should last through May and June – some showers at times but dry more often than not. Nothing especially warm likely until after early May.
July and August still look mixed – no signals for any dominant pattern, other than a usual British summer mix.