Issued: Saturday 17th July 2021
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
Very warm/hot conditions continue before more broken weather comes about as we head towards and into August.
A generally more settled and very warm second half of July, before temperatures fall back and conditions become more mixed as we head into and through the first couple weeks of August. Hints of higher pressure trying to build in again earlier in the month for a time, confidence is low on this currently.
*19/7/21 - 25/7/21*
High pressure moving north
Largely dry and warm/very warm
Low pressure develops to the southwest of Ireland.
Outbreaks of rain by end of week, perhaps thunderstorms
*26/7/21 - 1/8/21*
Trough pushes east
Ridge builds in Atlantic
Generally a more mixed week overall
Tending to be drier furthest west
Temperatures fall back to more average values
*2/8/21 - 8/8/21*
Staying mixed and showery
Likely for longer spells of rain further west
Continuing with average temperatures.
*9/8/21 - 15/8/21*
Still generally mostly mixed
Although, higher pressure tries to build in southwest
Showers as well as longer spells of rain for some
Temperatures continue to be around average for the time of year.
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