Issued: 0900 Thursday 4th June 2020
Duty forecaster: Dr. Simon Keeling
Low pressure brings rain and showers, cooler throughout too
Low pressure centred over the UK and Ireland through the coming week. Further spells of rain and showers. There will be strong winds at times and it is going to be feeling cold too.tending to become drier through the week and milder.
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Low pressure remains in the North Sea on Sunday. This brings another unsettled day with rain mainly affecting northern England at first, then drifting south into the Midlands and East Anglia through the morning, before reaching southern England in the afternoon. Western areas tending to be drier with a fair amount of cloud, but some cloud and rain affects Ireland. Highs at 11C on eastern coasts, 18C in southern England.
Low pressure is east of the UK again on Monday. There will be further showers, some of them heavy and mainly affecting central and eastern areas. Drier and brighter to the west with some sunny spells here. Highs at 9C in northern Scotland, 18C in southern England.
A slacker pressure flow on Tuesday. Some showers in the east. Rain affecting the far west of Ireland and western Scotland later in the day. Highs at 12 to 17C.
A weak front brings some cloud over England and Wales on Wednesday. This could give an odd spot of rain. Further fronts give some rain in western Scotland. Otherwise the day is rather cloudy with a few bright spells. Highs at 14 to 19C.
A ridge of high pressure could bring a dry day on Thursday with sunny spells. There is the risk of some rain in western Scotland and western Ireland as fronts push eastwards. Temperatures at 15 to 21C.
A ridge of high pressure over the country on Friday. Fair for most with good spells of sunshine, although a front may again bring some rain to the far northwest of Scotland. Highs at 16 to 22,