Monday 6th June 2022

A changeable start to the week – improving later in the week and for the weekend.

Thanks to Chris for the photograph.

Tonight will be fairly cloudy, though some clear spells at times, down to around 9’C or so.

Tuesday looks fairly variable, with some sunny spells at times, but some more general cloudyish spells – some light showers possible in the possible, a few scattered heavier showers in the afternoon – but some places will stay dry. Warm, around 21’C. Cloud thickening from the south-west into the evening, with some showery rain overnight for a time. No lower than 14’C>

Wednesday sees sunny spells and scattered heavy showers. Some places may avoid them, but more likely you’ll get a couple during the course of the day. Warm, around 21’C again. Fairly clear skies overnight, down to around 12’C.

Thursday should be warm with sunny spells and fair weather cloud – probably a bit more cloud than sun for a time in the early afternoon, but overall pretty decent. Around 22’C. Cloud thickening from the west overnight, a bit of patchy lightish rain at times later in the night. Around 14’C.

Friday probably starts cloudy with a bit of light rain – but uncertain how quickly the overnight weather front clears. Once this clears, sunny spells follow with the odd shower dotted around, though nothing too much. Warm, 22’C, maybe a tad more. Clear skies overnight, down to around 10’C.

Saturday looks warm with some reasonable amounts of sunshine. Uncertain over how much cloud will bubble up at this stage, but warm, dry and at least some sunshine. Around 22’C, or a tad more.

Sunday broadly looks similar to Saturday.

Not as much effort has gone into this forecast as usual – bit lacking in energy and motivation today. But there’s less uncertainty this week so it should broadly play out fine.

I still haven’t done my summer forecast – I concentrated too much on the Jubilee bank holiday weather so not really had time to finish research, let alone writing it. Will try to do it this week.

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