Week ahead - June 22, 2024
Warm through midweek
Risk thunderstorms forming

Issued: 0900 Saturday 22nd June 2024
Duty forecaster: Garry Nicholson

Changeable later in week with thundery showers

The warmest spell of the summer so far will last into midweek, but an increasing risk of thundery showers forming - these very hit and miss, many places may stay dry. Low pressure nearby later in the week brings a higher risk of showers.

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Tuesday 25/6/24
Many places likely to stay dry and feeling very warm. Sunshine best in the east, hazier in the west. A risk of some thundery rain for the west of Scotland and over Ireland. Chance of local thundery showers forming over Wales and western England later. Southerly breezes, strongest in the west. Highs 21 to 27C, warmest east and central England.

Wednesday 26/6/24
Many places dry with warm sunshine and variable high cloud. Some patchy rain toward the north for a time. Chance of an isolated thunderstorm forming later, mainly western areas. Light and variable winds, sea breezes. Highs 21 to 27C.

Thursday 27/6/24
Low pressure over the Atlantic pushes rain and showers into the west of Britain and Ireland, but areas further south and east more likely dry and warm. Strong southwesterly breezes in the west. Highs 18 to 27C.

Friday 28/6/24
An uncertain mix of sunshine and showers. Risk of thunderstorms. Some places toward the south staying dry. Highs 16 to 23C.

Saturday 29/6/24
Shallow low pressure brings areas of slow-moving thundery showers, but some places dry all day and quite warm. Highs 17 to 24C.

Sunday 30/6/24
Scattered showers and sunny spells under a slack pressure pattern. Light and variable winds. Highs 18 to 25C.