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Forecast Issued 31/05/2016
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Warmer than average with the possibility of several hot spells of weather. Despite this it is likely to be unsettled at times with rainfall close to average over the season as a whole.
A warmer than average summer is expected. The aggregated Central England Temperature (CET) for June, July and August is forecast to be 0.5C to 1.5C above the average.
Close to average. Slightly wetter conditions in June and July may be offset by a drier August.
Slightly above average
Above average in the north west, close to average in the south east
During early June some showery rain is probable but there should be a good deal of dry weather. Mostly fine conditions probably last into the second week and it could become very warm for a time. Through the week a transition to more unsettled weather develops from the south west and this brings the risk of heavy and thundery spells of rain. The south east is expected to keep the drier and warmer conditions for the longest.
The second half of the month looks quite mixed with all parts of the country seeing showers or longer spells of rain, but also some drier spells, particularly in the north and east. During the last third of the month the chance of drier and warmer conditions could increase, especially in the east.
The first half of the month is forecast to be mixed with all regions having wet weather at times but also warm and summery spells. The driest weather will probably be in the south and east. Temperatures should be close to the average.
During the second half of the month the chance of settled periods leading to very warm or hot spells increases but overall the picture remains mixed. All regions probably have showery spells of rain at times and in the south east thundery conditions are possible.
During the first half of the month the chance of drier and sunnier conditions is expected to be above average with a chance of it becoming very warm or hot at times. Thundery breakdowns mean rainfall amounts could vary a lot locally but overall they will probably be below the average.
The second half of the month is forecast to bring further fine and warm spells but there is an increasing likelihood of more changeable conditions and showery rain returning. Temperatures trending back towards the average late in the month.
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