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Month Ahead Forecast


Dry. Evening sunshine. Chilly overnight. Warm, sunny spells tomorrow.

This Evening and Tonight: It will be a dry evening and night with some late evening sunshine. Then clear spells for most overnight. Winds will fall light, so feeling rather chilly by dawn. Minimum Temperature 6C.

Monday: Dry, warm and often sunny during the day, after a rather chilly start. Mainly light southwesterly winds, but with cooling coastal breezes. Dry with clear spells overnight. Maximum Temperature 23C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday: Dry, often sunny and warm with variable cloud, but cooler near coasts where sea breezes develop. Brisk easterly winds developing on Thursday.

UK Outlook for Friday 29 May 2020 to Sunday 7 Jun 2020: Through the last week of May, many parts should be dry and settled at first, although thicker cloud is likely to bring some outbreaks of rain to central areas for a time. By the end of May outbreaks of rain are expected to affect parts of Scotland and some western areas of the UK, with warm conditions and a risk of thunderstorms breaking out across England ahead of this rain. Into next week, the rain across Scotland is likely to move away to the east, allowing dry and settled conditions to build across most parts of the UK. Temperatures are likely to be warm and above average in central and southern areas, but cooler in the north.

UK Outlook for Monday 8 Jun 2020 to Monday 22 Jun 2020: Mostly dry and settled during this period for most parts of the UK. Some spells of unsettled, wetter weather may develop at times, particularly across the north of the UK, but these are likely to be short-lived. Temperatures are likely to be close to or above average.

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