Issued: 0900 Thursday 23rd June 2022
Duty forecaster: Simon Keeling
Becoming more mixed or unsettled, rain and showers with stronger winds at times, cooler
Low pressure is going to be taking control of weather conditions in the coming days and that means that the weather will be turning more mixed, wetter and cooler. Indications are that most rainfall will be in western and northern areas with the east and south also seeing some rain, but less of it. Winds at times in the west too.
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Low pressure over Ireland brings an unsettled day across the British Isles on Sunday. There will be showers and longer spells of rain as well as strong winds affecting Ireland and much of the west of the UK. Drier and brighter in the east of England and Scotland with some sunny spells. Highs at 24C in the far east of England, but a much cooler 15C in Ireland and 17C in western areas of the UK.
Low pressure west of the UK on Monday. Sunny spells and dry in many parts of England, Wales and eastern Scotland. Some showers could affect western Wales and southwest England, with the risk of some heavy showers in western Scotland. Cloud and some showers in Ireland, although a few bright spells here too. Highs at 23C in the east, 17C in the west.
A more unsettled day for many on Tuesday as low pressure remains west of Ireland. A front passes east bringing rain into Ireland in the morning, this spreading to western parts of England, Scotland and Wales in the afternoon. Eastern areas may stay dry and bright until evening. Breezy in the west. Highs at 23C in the east, 17C in the west. Wednesday 29/6/22
Low pressure remains in control through Wednesday. More rain and showers through central and western parts of the British Isles. More eastern areas tending to see fewer showers and to be drier overall. Highs at 22C in the east, 17C in the west.
Low pressure stays over the British Isles area on Thursday. Another mixed day with rain and showers. Most of the rain across Scotland, some heavy showers elsewhere with some parts staying dry. Highs at 22C in southeast England, 17C in northern and western areas.
The area of low pressure drifts north of Scotland on Friday. This brings a day of bright spells and showers. Most showers in the north and west, some of them frequent in northern Scotland. Highs at 16 to 23C.