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released at 09:00 on Sunday 20 May 2018


High pressure now lies centred over southern Scandinavia although it is still extending its influence across much of the UK. Frontal systems are edging into the far north-west, but these are unlikely to make any in-roads into southern areas.


It is a dry and bright morning across the county, once again setting the scene for the remainder of the day. We are likely to see some prolonged spells of strong sunshine, although cloud amounts may build for a time during the afternoon which could threaten the odd light shower for areas further west. However, the threat of showers will quickly pass and we are set to end the day on a fine note with some late evening sunshine. It will be a warm day with temperatures climbing to around 21C with just a light mainly easterly breeze. A dry night will follow and with largely clear skies temperatures will fall away sharply to around 7C.


Monday is set to be another largely fine day, although we could import some sharp showers from the near continent during the early morning. These showers will move quickly westwards, however, with a good deal of fine weather to follow. Once again, we are likely to see some spells of strong sunshine. It will be warmer still with highs reaching 22C, still with a mainly light easterly breeze. A milder night will follow with lows falling to 10C. Again Tuesday should present as another largely fine day with spells of sunshine, although this time the greatest risk of any passing showers will be through the afternoon. Temperatures will climb to around 21C with a light breeze now from the north-east. Any showers will fade away quickly during the evening and a dry night will follow with lows falling to 10C.

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