Issued: 0900hrs Tuesday 9th June 2020
Duty forecaster: Garry Nicholson
Mixed patterns through mid June
Low pressure will be located over Europe heading into mid-June, with occasional rotating weather systems pivoting areas of rain across the British Isles from the southeast. It will be generally warm and quite humid, but always a risk of a heavy burst of rain forming.
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Strong easterly winds will affect the country as low pressure remains centred to the south of Britain. A fairly cloudy day, with best of any sunshine in western regions. Rain or drizzle at times, may persist across northeast England and some Pennine areas. Another zone of rain is likely in the far south, with some heavy falls possible locally toward the southwest. Highs 13 to 22C, warmest in central England away from rain.
Confidence of precise detail is low, but areas of rain are likely to continue to rotate around low pressure centred toward the southwest. Some showery bursts, locally persistent rain, but also areas of sustained dry weather through the day. Central and eastern England may fare best for staying dry with some hazy sun. Feeling humid. Light easterly winds. Temperatures rising into the 20s for many, locally 25C.
Staying warm and humid, with variable cloud and some hazy sunshine. A risk of some areas of rain, and some heavy showers breaking out, but again very hit and miss. Winds falling light, so the weather only moving around slowly, meaning some places will stay either often wet, or often dry. Highs 18 to 26C.
Little overall change, with slack pressure and a generally warm and humid atmosphere. A risk of some rain or thundery showers, but varied in distribution across the country. Highs 18 to 25C.
Slack pressure and light winds. Warm and humid with hazy sunshine and a risk of bursts of rain and isolated thunderstorms. Highs 18 to 26C.
Pressure may build a little through the week, with showers perhaps becoming more scattered and a greater amount of dry weather. Highs 18 to 26C.