It’s almost July and the weather is yet to show us a heat wave. Unfortunately, signs are that as we enter July, we will still be waiting.
The weather calmed down this week after a lively weekend, which saw us have the wettest day for almost 5 months and also, in some areas, the heaviest rain for 9 months.
After a few reasonable days this week, Thursday will start off on a similar note with some decent sunny spells. Cloud will increase as the day progresses and rain will spread from the north-west by the afternoon. Feeling humid with highs of 18’C.
Friday will dawn cloudy and some places will be dry, but most places will see some patchy, light rain. This will gradually peter out by the afternoon, and any sunshine will be limited. A bit cooler with all the cloud-cover. Highs of 15’C.
As we enter the weekend it is set to be a quiet one compared to last week.
Saturday will generally be a cloudy day with any early rain dying away to leave some bright spells, more so in the afternoon. Highs of 17’C.
Sunday again will be cloudy especially early on but some occasional sunny spells will develop and it will feel quite warm in those brighter slots. There is a risk, late on, of a shower or showery rain. Highs of 19’C.
Looking ahead into next week it is showing hints that it might turn a little more unsettled. To keep up to date with your local weather, follow Jon, @ChadWeather, on Twitter.
Have a good weekend. 😄