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released at 07:30 on Friday 05 June 2020


Low pressure centred over the North Sea will continue to drive active frontal systems southwards across parts of England and Wales today. This low is expected to remain in place through the weekend, gradually filling as we move into the start of next week.


It was a bright start at dawn this morning, but already we are seeing the cloud build across the county and it won't be too long before we start to see outbreaks of rain. The rain won't be prolonged and we are likely to see some drier interludes later but with the ever present danger of further showers. There is quite a stiff breeze today and we are likely to see the wind increase to a fresh north-westerly as the morning wears on. Temperatures will be modest again with highs expected to reach 14C. We should stay dry overnight, but there will be another band of fairly heavy rain heading in our direction. The breeze will be freshening still further. Lows will fall to 6C.


So it will be an unsettled start on Saturday, windy with a spell of rain expected through the morning. This rain should clear by the early afternoon being replaced by a run of showers and the wind will tend to ease, still remaining a north-westerly. Highs will be similar to today peaking at 14C. The skies will clear to leave a fine evening with some late sunshine, although it will turn cloudier from the north overnight with lows not falling so much to around 9C. The unsettled weather will continue into Sunday; further showers are likely and from an early start, but we could still see some lengthy dry spells in between. The winds will be light, from the north, and temperatures will be similar to recent values rising to 15C by day and falling overnight to 8C. The weather will settle down as we head into next week. There may be a few showers on Tuesday, but otherwise it will be dry with some spells of sunshine developing.




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