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released at 09:00 on Good Friday 10 April 2020


High pressure remains the dominant influence across the UK and will continue to do so through the Easter weekend. Weak frontal systems are introducing cloud across northern and western areas.


We are looking at a fine and settled day across the county. We are starting with some sunshine and although cloud amounts may increase through the morning, even to the point of triggering showers in areas to the west of the county, here it will remain dry. The cloud will tend to melt away again by the latter half of the afternoon with some sunshine to end the day followed by a largely clear night. It will be another warm day. Temperatures are expected to reach 21C with a light breeze, from the south-east initially but tending to veer more southerly as the day unfolds. Lows overnight will fall to 7C.


Saturday will get off to a fine start with some good sunshine once more during the early part of the morning. However, as we approach the middle part of the day we could see the warmth triggering one or two showers and the threat of these will continue through the afternoon. Temperatures are expected to reach 23C with a light breeze now from the south-west. Any remaining showers and cloud will quickly fade away during the evening with some late sunshine coming through. Overnight will see clear spells, although temperatures shouldn't drop much below 9C. As for Easter Sunday, it will be a fine start again with some good sunshine. However, we are expecting cloud to develop through the day bringing quite a widespread risk of showers across many areas and some of these could be on the sharp side. Temperatures will be up to 22C with the wind initially gentle and from the south or south-east, but tending to pick up later in the day. Lows overnight will fall to 11C. Easter Monday should be a fine day with some good spells of sunshine, but with a slightly fresher feel with a moderate breeze from the east or north-east.




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