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released at 07:20 on Wednesday 26 June 2019


GENERAL SITUATION ACROSS THE UK

Weak frontal systems still straddle parts of England and Wales, although high pressure is now building in from the west gradually.

FORECAST FOR NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

It is a grey and misty outlook across the county this morning and although the cloud will tend to persist for much of the day, it will remain dry. It will also begin to feel a lot cooler with a gentle breeze from the north-east and temperatures climbing to around 18C. However, as we will see, temperatures will begin to rise significantly over the next few days. Some breaks in the cloud will appear this evening and the day should end with some spells of sunshine leading into a clear night with lows falling to around 10C.

OUTLOOK

High pressure will be well and truly in charge tomorrow and those weak frontal systems will have cleared to allow for a fine day with some prolonged spells of sunshine. Despite the sunshine, the gentle north-easterly breeze coming in off the North Sea will keep temperatures pegged down at around 20C. A fine and cleae night will follow with lows falling to 10C. The high will tend to reposition itself on Friday with the centre moving out over the North Sea. This will bring a change in wind direction to a gentle south-easterly and with it temperatures will begin to rise peaking at around 22C. Once again, Friday will be a day of fairly lengthy spells of sunshine. Lows overnight won't fall quite so low, bottoming in out at 13C. The heat is on for Saturday as a light southerly breeze begins to draw in some very warm air from the continent. We can expect highs during the afternoon to reach 29C. Once again, there will be plenty of sunshine although it could turn increasingly hazy into the afternoon.


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