Week ahead - June 30, 2015
Fresher weekend
Mixed next week

Issued: 0900hrs Tuesday 30th June 2015
Duty forecaster: Simon Keeling

After a hot and humid couple of days temperatures should be feeling fresher for most at the weekend. There is still much uncertainty in the detail of the forecast for the weekend and next week, but thoughts are that things are likely to be turning more unsettled for most. Rainfall amounts remaining low in the south of the country.

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Friday 3/7/15
High pressure to the east of the country through Friday with low pressure to the west of Ireland. Mostly dry through Friday and very warm or hot once again. Broken cloud and sunny spells. Scattered showers forming on hills in the afternoon, bu then towards evening an area of more persistent thundery showers are expected to move into southern England and Wales, then edging north in the evening. Highs at 31C in southern England, 21 to 27C for many.

Saturday 4/7/15
Low pressure again to the west with high pressure to the east. Rather a cloudy start to the morning with some spots of rain here and there, mostly in Scotland and western parts of England and Wales. Some bright or sunny spells coming through. The risk of some thundery rain in southeast England. Highs near 33C in southeast England, 20 to 29C for most.

Sunday 5/7/15
A ridge of high pressure over the south of the UK on Sunday. This is likely to be giving a drier day in the south with some sunny spells for most. Cloudier with some showers in Scotland and Ireland. Highs at 17 to 26C.

Monday 6/7/15
The threat of low pressure bringing some more persistent rain to Ireland on Monday. Elsewhere tending to be drier, some sunny spells, although thundery rain may affect southern England later. Highs at 18 to 28C.


Tuesday 7/7/15
Low pressure brings a much fresher day on Tuesday. There will be outbreaks of rain at times, this passing north and east with western areas turning showery and brighter later. Highs will be close to 17 to 25C.

Low pressure north of Scotland with high pressure to the south on Wednesday. This brings a mostly dry day to southern parts of the UK but showers affecting northern Scotland The risk of some showery rain in Ireland too. Tops at 17 to 23C.

Week Ahead
General Remarks
We, 01.07. various clouds, isolated showers and thunderstorms 25° - 34° 90%
Th, 02.06. various clouds 20° - 29° 85%
Fr, 03.07. various clouds, showers and thunderstorms 21° - 31° 80%
Sa, 04.07. various clouds, isolated showers and thunderstorms 20° - 33° 75%
Su, 05.06. various clouds, rain 17° - 26° 70%
Mo, 06.07. various clouds, light rain 18° - 28° 55%
Tu, 07.07. cloudy, rain 17° - 25° 50%
We, 08.07. various clouds, light rain 17° - 23° 50%
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