Mixed weather to start to the week

[Updated 06:50 13/07/2020]

View from Dundon Beacon. Posted by glynnadams68

The week starts on a mixed note. By Wednesday high pressure centred to the southwest starts to have more influence leading to drier and warmer weather. The second half of the week should be mainly fine the south but more changeable conditions are likely at times in the north.

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Monday starts with patchy outbreaks of rain in northern and western areas. The south and east are drier and brighter. Through the day the rain pushes eastwards. This afternoon there could be some heavy bursts in Wales and south western England. The south east and East Anglia probably remain dry but cloud builds. In the north sunny spells develop. 

Temperatures range from 16C (61F) in the north west to 23(73F) in the south east. See the rain and lightning radar for the latest view.

Arpege forecast chart 1

Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Mon 13th July

Tonight outbreaks of rain clear eastwards. Showery rain continue to affect the north west of the UK.

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Tomorrow spells of rain spread across much of the north and west of the UK. In other areas there could be a few showers but it should be mainly dry with bright spells. Temperatures in the south will be down on today's values.

Arpege forecast chart 2

Meteo France Arpege, rain, 16:00 BST Tue 14th July

Driest and warmest in the south

Wednesday looks mixed. Some rain is likely in the north and east of the UK. Wales, central and south western England probably remain dry and bright. Temperatures remain disappointing for the time of the year.

By Thursday it is expected to turn drier and warmer with the risk of rain becoming restricted to the north west. Temperatures in many areas will be over 21C (70F) and in the south 26C (78F) could be reached in a few places. 

Through the rest of the week mostly dry and settled weather is likely in southern counties. In central and northern parts of the UK it generally stays more changeable with some fine spells but also an ongoing risk of rain. By the weekend cooler air may return southeastwards.

GFS chart 1

GFS, surface pressure and precipitation, 16:00 BST Fri 17th July

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