Tuesday 2nd August 2022

Becoming less hot and humid, but staying mostly dry…mostly.

Thanks to Mandy for the photograph.

Sunny spells this evening, clear spells at first tonight though cloud building later – another humid and fairly warm night, down to around 17’C.

Wednesday starts cloudy as a weak weather front slowly pushes across – we might even get a little light rain. Sunny spells will follow for the afternoon as the weather front breaks up. Humid and fairly hot, 27’C. Fairly clear skies overnight and fresher too, down to around 14’C.

Thursday sees fresher air creeping down from the north-west.

Spells of hazy sunshine in the morning, the cloud somewhat thicker from around lunchtime but still some spells of pleasant hazy sunshine. Very warm, 24’C but feeling somewhat fresher. Reasonably clear skies overnight, down to around 13’C.

Friday is back to long spells of sunshine, with some fair weather cloud. Temperatures around 23’C. Mostly clear skies overnight, down to around 11’C.

Saturday sees long spells of sunshine. Temperatures around 25’C – give or take. Clear skies overnight, down to around 12’C.

Sunday again sees long spells of sunshine. Temperatures around 26’C – give or take.

High pressure will be very much in charge next week.

Sunshine likely, and temperatures probably on the hot side, low to mid 30’s are very possible – with an outside chance of it becoming exceptionally hot again. Rain is unlikely next week – at most maybe a weak weather front.

Tentative suggestions starting to appear that there might be some showers for the second half of August, perhaps as early as next weekend. Though I still expect the second half of August to be warmer/hotter than normal overall.

Next forecast will be on Friday. Bored of summer yet?!

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