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released at 07:30 on Monday 06 July 2020


The UK is starting the day still under the influence of low pressure over southern Scandinavua. However, this low will fill and move further east today as a ridge of high pressure gains ground from the south-west. However, the influence of this high looks set to be relativel short-lived as frontal systems move in from the west tomorrow and then remain fairly stationary lying across England and Wales for the next few days.


It is a bright and sunny start to the day across the county, still with a moderate mainly westerly breeze. The cloud is likely to build as we head on through the morning with a small risk of some showers in the far north-east of the county later this morning and into the first half of the afternoon. However, the rest of the afternoon which should then become dry for everyone with some sunshine coming through once again and the wind easing to a gentle north-westerly. Highs today will reach 19C. Clear skies overnight will see temperatures fall away to 9C and the wind will ease and back to a light easterly.


It will still be fairly bright early tomorrow morning, but we are expecting the cloud to build in from the north through the morning, ultimately bringing a small risk of an isolated shower through the afternoon. The breeze will pick up becoming a gentle to moderate westerly. Everywhere will become dry by the evening, but it will remain cloudy, even overnight as the winds fall light and veer north-westerly. Highs tomorrow will reach 18C falling overnight to 13C. Wednesday will present with another cloudy day across the county, although we could see some brief glimmers of sunshine from time to time. It will also become quite unsettled with showers developing through the morning and into the afternoon. The risk of these showers will tend to fade through the evening and overnight. Winds generally will remain light and westerly. Highs will reach 19C falling overnight to 12C.




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