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Month Ahead Forecast


Hot with sunshine on Saturday. Isolated showers possible.

This Evening and Tonight: Mainly fine and very warm with light winds during the evening and overnight. One or two fleeting showers are also possible later, as cloud cover increases a little from the west. Minimum Temperature 19C.

Saturday: Early showers will fade, becoming very hot in the south, with lengthy sunny periods generally. The heat may spark further showers later. Less hot in northern coastal districts. Light winds. Maximum Temperature 35C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday: Likely a continuation of the hot spell, but with an increasing chance of thunderstorms developing. Some lengthy periods of sunshine are expected, with very warm intervening nights.

UK Outlook for Wednesday 12 Aug 2020 to Friday 21 Aug 2020: Very warm or hot for many in the UK through the end of next week, although fresher and largely drier weather will be seen across western areas. Elsewhere will be fairly cloudy with sunny spells and the chance for some heavy or thundery downpours. From the weekend, the UK should slowly see settled conditions become established more widely, spreading eastwards by the end of the following week, although still potentially rather cloudy and humid with the chance of rain in the northwest at times. Temperatures are likely to be warm for many to start and possibly hot at times in the southeast. The potentially hot weather here gives a risk of thunderstorms across the south. Fog patches are possible overnight for many although these will quickly clear through the morning.

UK Outlook for Saturday 22 Aug 2020 to Saturday 5 Sep 2020: Confidence remains fairly low for this period, but there are some signs that we will initially see more changeable conditions towards the northwest, with periods of cloudy skies, outbreaks of rain and strengthening winds. However, there should still be some interludes of calm and settled weather here to, but overall the temperatures will remain around average. It is likely to be more settled towards the east, with warmer temperatures, especially overnight where the south and southeast could see some very warm temperatures. There may also be some further spells of hot weather and thunderstorms here, which could spread further north and east at times. Towards the end of August and into early September, the more changeable conditions may become more likely with a reduction in the possibility of hot weather.

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