Issued: Saturday 26th June 2021
Duty forecaster: Alexi Venerus
A more settled first and middle half of the month of July before turning more unsettled towards the end.
Some good periods of drier weather for many over the coming weeks, though perhaps more mixed conditions early on in July for a time, before high pressure moves back in. A more unsettled theme looks currently most likely towards the end of the month when we will see more in the way of longer spells of rain for many.
*28/6/21 - 4/7/21*
High pressure northern adn western areas of the UK and Ireland.
Largely dry across the north and Ireland.
Low pressure across NW Europe.
Showers or even longer spells of rain for southern and central England and Wales.
Always a risk of showers developing further north at times.
Temperatures warm further north and west.
Cooler further east.
*5/7/21 - 11/7/21*
High pressure across Scandinavia pushing into north-eastern parts of the UK.
Tending to be drier across the north and east.
Low pressure across the North Atlantic.
Trough across western areas of the UK and Ireland.
Leading to spells of rain and showers further west and southwest.
Continuing to be warm.
*12/7/21 - 18/7/21*
Ridge attempting to become established across much of the UK this week.
Although, high pressure seems weak.
Lose higher pressure across Europe.
Slight emphasis on a some thundery, showery rain at times across the SE.
Generally, drier conditions for most, particularly further north.
Continuing with average or above average temperatures.
*19/7/21 - 25/7/21*
Still generally higher pressure across the country.
Although the higher pressure is much weaker.
A trough looks to develop across the west.
A better first half of the week and more mixed later on.
Temperatures more around average for the time of year.
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