Thursday 17th September 2020

More warmth. More sunshine. Big change likely from the middle of next week.

No photograph this week. I guess you are all too used to the sunshine.

Tonight sees mostly clear skies, still rather breezy, down to around 11’C.

So we start Friday with high pressure over and to the north of the UK – low pressure to our south over Portugal – meaning we keep the warm flow.

Long spells of sunshine all day, a bit of cloud possible and notably breeze. Around 21’C. High cloud overnight from the influence of the low pressure to our south, 13’C.

Saturday sees more sunshine, but it will be hazy at times as the low to our south gradually creeps closer. Around 22’C Breezy – verging on windy. A small chance of a shower in the evening and overnight, around 14’C.

Sunday will see more cloud at times than of late, but again still some good spells of sunshine – and sunshine amounts tending to increase later in the day. A small chance of a heavy shower but mostly likely they stay to our south – still a bit of uncertainty though. Very warm, 23’C, maybe a bit more and still breezy. Clear spells overnight, down to around 11’C.

Monday again sees long spells of very warm sunshine, around 23’C or a bit more. A small chance of some fog patches early morning also. Mostly clear overnight, down to around 11’C.

Things get slightly more complicated for Tuesday. A band of rain will be spreading down from the north-west – but timing uncertain. If it doesn’t arrive until late afternoon or evening, then another very warm and sunny day will ensue but with a chance of heavy shower.

And then the change to cooler and more unsettled conditions will take place.

Wednesday looks rather cloudy with some showers – there should also be a bit of sunshine too. Not massively high confidence level on details right now. Around 19’C.

Again exactly details not ready for Thursday, but broadly speaking showers, perhaps longer spells of rain – breezy or windy and around 16’C.

Friday and next weekend likely remains unsettled – showers or rain at times.

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