Plenty of sunshine becoming hot and dry.
Written by Steve Hopley on June 23, 2020
High pressure will be building bringing a South, South westerly airflow. Temperatures are set to steadily rise and we should see 28 degrees by Thursday if not a little hotter. So it’s looking dry with plenty of sunshine.
At this time there are some indications of a thundery breakdown during Friday. Then the temperature over the weekend being more pleasant in the low twenties.
A quick look at this GEFS graph at 850 hpa, 1500 metre is showing the temperature will be well over the 30 year average and it will be dry. It looks like the 27th becomes wet, then to end the month the temperatures could fall below average with showery conditions.