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Exceptionally wet outlook in places

[Updated 08:45 09/06/2019]

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Showery conditions today offer a brief respite from the unseasonable weather. During the first half of the coming week heavy outbreaks of rain are expected in much of England and Wales. There is a possibility of flooding and some computer models are predicting rain totals could locally exceed 100mm....READ IN FULL

Sunday starts with showery rain in central Scotland. Elsewhere it is mainly dry. Through the day there will be sunny spells but showers develop in the west and push eastwards. The heaviest ones are expected to be in northern and western areas. Lighter winds and more sunshine make it feel warmer than yesterday.

Temperatures range from 12C (54F) in the wet areas to 20C (68F) in the London area. See the rain radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 2

Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Sun 9th June

This evening showers fade away and much of the north and west becomes dry. In south eastern England heavy outbreaks of rain develop. By the end of the night they spread into central England and as far north as South Yorkshire or Lincolnshire.


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Tomorrow heavy spells of rain push westwards across much of England and into Wales. Large rainfall totals are expected and there could be difficult driving conditions on the roads. Scotland and Northern Ireland have sunny spells and showers. In wet parts of central and eastern England temperatures may be exceptionally low for the time of year.

Arpege forecast chart 2

Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Mon 10th June

Exceptionally wet in the south

The unsettled theme continues through Tuesday and Wednesday. Areas of low pressure become slow moving over England and Wales as high pressure remains centred over Greenland. Wet weather continues in much of England and Wales leading to the risk of localised flooding.   

Forecast confidence for the second half of the week is low. On balance a continuation of the changeable theme is favoured. However persistent spells of rain probably are replaced by more showery conditions. It remains cool for the time of year. 

GFS forecast 500hPa heights and pressure

GFS 500hPa heights and pressure, 16:00 BST Thu 13th June

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16 day GEFS ensembles at a glance

Very wet conditions are shown in the southern half of the UK early on. In the longer term it remains changeable with upper air temperatures close to the 30 year average. View latest GEFS.


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