Outlook for the week ahead. Showers to start the week, becoming drier...

Outlook for the week ahead. Showers to start the week, becoming drier and warm later in the week.

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After an unsettled weekend with low pressure over the UK we will slowly start to see high pressure rebuilding again.

The air pressure at this time of writing on Sunday morning was close to 998 hpa, we have not seen the air pressure this low for many weeks.

Monday will see the air pressure slowly rising to around 1010 hpa. The skies will start to become brighter with spells of sunshine. There will be some showers, possibly thundery during the afternoon. It will feel warm with the day’s top temperature reaching 20 c.

Tuesday will see the air pressure continuing to rise reaching around 1018 hpa. This will give some bright and sunny spells, low risk of an isolated shower. Feeling warm at 20 c.

Wednesday will still see the air pressure continuing to rise up to 1020 hpa. There will be a weak warm front bringing some cloud and a risk of a shower. Temperatures rising a little to 21 c.

Thursday the air pressure will now have risen to 1025 hpa and a warm air mass will have pushed up from the South. It will now be feeling rather hot again and temperatures are expected to reach 25 c.

Friday the air pressure will remain fairly steady around 1025 hpa and we will see some bright and sunny spells, low risk of a shower. Feeling very warm with temperatures around 24 c.

Outlook for the weekend. Settled and feeling very warm temperatures around 23 c.

This image shows the average air pressure recorded from my weather station located in Norton Canes since 1st May.