1 - Monday & Tuesday will be the warmest days for most of us this week with temperatures set to drop through mid-week
2 - Winds turn northerly from Wednesday onwards bringing cooler air across the British Isles. Highs topping out in the high teens (Celsius) through Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
The chart above shows the accumulated rainfall for the week ahead, ending at 00.00UTC on Sunday, 7th June. Of the three models shown, this is by far the most optimistic in terms of rainfall accumulations across the UK. The highest accumulations from the ECMWF model are across the highlands of
1 - High pressure largely stays in charge over the British Isles this week
2 - This means lots of dry weather and not a lot of rain
3 - Unless you're in the far west of Scotland or Ireland where patchy outbreaks of rain are possible, especially on Monday, Thursday and
Pressure is on the rise as we go through this coming week as shown in the chart above. The chart shows the ECMWF mean sea level pressure (MSLP) chart for London but is representative of what is forecast across the UK and Ireland. Higher pressure brings mostly dry conditions across