released at 08:16 on Saturday, 23 July 2016

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Pressure remains slack across much of the country with the remnants of a weak occlusion lying across the spine of the country dissolving away. A second occlusion will work into western fringes later today.


It is a bright prospect across the county this morning and generally we are set for a fine day with some good spells of sunshine. It will become warm again with afternoon temperatures climbing to 26C. Cloud will tend to bubble up during the course of the afternoon and this could bring with it the threat of a very isolated and light shower. Winds will be light, from the north-west to begin with, but tending to become rather variable through the day. The risk of showers will fade away this evening to leave a fine end to the day and with a dry night to follow. Overnight lows will fall to around 16C.


Sunday will start off fine and dry, and we will certainly have some good sunshine through the morning. However, cloud amounts will increase from the west and the afternoon is likely to become quite cloudy, even to the point of introducing some spells of very light showery rain. This rain should clear by the evening, although it is likely to remain quite cloudy. Highs tomorrow will reach 24C, falling overnight to 15C. Winds will be light to gentle and from the west or north-west. Monday will be very similar to Sunday; the day will start off sunny, but cloud will build into the afternoon with the risk of the odd scattered light shower. It will feel cooler with highs of 20C. It will turn drier again by evening with the possibility of some late sunshine. Overnight lows will fall to 12C. Winds will continue light and westerly.


Data captured at: 8:13


Current Conditions


Current Temperature: 18.8 °C
Relative Humidity: 83 %
Dew Point: 15.9 °C
Cloud Base: not available
Atmospheric Pressure: 1019.0mb
Pressure Tendency: Steady
Wind Direction: W
Wind Speed: 1.0 mph
Rainfall Today: 0.0 mm 




Maximum Air Temperature: 26.2 °C 
Minimum Air Temperature: 14.4  °C
Total Rainfall: 0.0 mm
Maximum Wind Gust: 10.0 mph
Total Sunshine: 05:30 (hrs:mins)


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