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Sunshine and dry climate for the remainder of the week

For this week it is going to be fairly nice stated BBC Climate's Tomasz Schafernaker with sunshine and dry climate.

“Within the south the place the winds can be mild the temperatures can be across the mid-teens. Then Thursday and Friday the excessive strain establishes itself throughout the UK, in an enormous excessive strain spreading all the way in which from Jap Europe to the sting of Eire so loads of settled climate,” stated Mr Schafernaker.

“You possibly can see the winds blowing across the excessive right here. Northern and elements of the nation proper in the midst of that top the place the climate can be sunniest, the winds can be lightest and in consequence can have the best temperatures round 15C or 16C.

“And that top strain is predicted to persist Friday, Saturday and into Sunday as effectively though it is going to be slightly breezy at instances.”

Mr Schafernaker continued: “Highest temperatures can be 16C for instance however on the coast of Cornwall and Devon it might solely be about 12C. Then Saturday into Sunday that top strain nonetheless with us.

“The winds will change course slightly across the excessive, they are going to be coming extra out of the south and south that usually means loads of dry climate, pretty respectable temperatures.”


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