Sunny and dry weather for the rest of the week
For this week, BBC Weather’s Tomasz Schafernaker says it will be quite pleasant with sunny and dry weather.
“In the south where there is a slight breeze, the temperature will be around mid-teens. Then on Thursday and Friday the high pressure formed itself across the UK, in fact a huge high pressure spreading from Eastern Europe to the edge of Ireland so a lot of the weather settled down,” said Mr Schafernaker. speak.
“You can see the winds blowing around in the highlands here. The northern and western parts of the country are right in the middle of that highland, where the weather will be the sunniest, windiest and therefore the highest temperatures will be.” about 15C or 16C.
“And that high pressure is expected to last through Friday, Saturday and into Sunday, although it will be mild at times.”
Mr Schafernaker continued: “For example in Liverpool, the highest temperature will be 16°C but in the Cornwall and Devon coast it could be around 12°C. Then from Saturday to Sunday the high pressure will remain. stay with us.
“The winds will change direction a bit around the highlands, they’ll come more in from the south and southeast, which usually means a lot of dry weather, decent temperatures.”
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