Issued by the Met Office on 2017-06-27 at 04:00:00
Showers and longer spells of rain are likely throughout the day, though there will be some dry and bright spells too, particularly further south, and more so in the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 20C.
Bits and pieces of rain will continue in the evening. The rain is likely to intensify overnight, with some heavy bursts. Minimum Temperature 14C.
Tomorrow will bring another wet day with spells of rain, heavy at times and only occasional drier and brighter spells, more so in the afternoon. It will feel rather cool. Maximum Temperature 16C.
Further rain is likely on Thursday and it will become windier but brighter, cooler and drier from the north through Friday. Saturday will be dry at first with rain later.
We will see changeable weather over the weekend, with cloud and outbreaks of rain, along with heavy showers in the north. There will be some sunshine too, but it will be rather breezy. The following week will stay changeable with showers or longer spells of rain. There will also be some drier and brighter spells, which will be most likely in the south and east. In the northwest, showers are likely to be heavier, perhaps bringing a risk of thunder at times. It will sometimes be windy, especially in the north and west where there will be a risk of local gales at times. Temperatures are expected to stay near the seasonal average throughout, occasionally warm in the east, but locally rather cool in the west.
The changeable weather is likely to continue in the north at first, bringing further showers or longer spells of rain with only brief bright or sunny spells in between. However, drier and warmer spells are likely to become more prevalent in the south and these may spread further north as we head into the second half of the month. These would bring more in the way of sunshine and higher temperatures, and there could be some very warm spells. However, an increase in temperatures would pose the threat of some thundery showers.
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