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Bright build up to the Bank Holiday weekend

Bank Holiday is approaching - what will the weather have in store for us?
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Hints towards the weekend are that there will be more mixed conditions with showers
Hints towards the weekend are that there will be more mixed conditions with showers

As Bank Holiday approaches, many will be wondering whether we will be a ’Great British’ Bank Holiday (the kind where the rain never stops pouring) or if we will be blessed with some seasonal sunshine.

 

Farmers Weather expert Dr Simon Keeling said there will be dry weather towards the end of the week, but the weekend will be faced with ’mixed conditions’.

 

He said: "A fair day for most on Tuesday, some good drying conditions, with the best sunshine in more western and southern areas.

 

Mixed

 

"However, don’t be fooled because the mixed weather of the coming week is set to get well underway by Wednesday.

 

"There will be cloud and rain through many central and northern parts of England, as well as southern and eastern Scotland on Wednesday and it will be feeling cooler in the rain.

 

"Southern England should be drier, and it may stay dry here into Thursday too.

 

Dry spells

 

"Northern and western Scotland also fairing better with drier weather and some sunny spells. Warm in western Scotland too.

 

"Hints towards the weekend are that there will be more mixed conditions with showers on Saturday and Sunday, although things turning more unsettled early next week as low pressure brings a higher risk of rain, again most of it in the east."

 

  • Keep up to date with the weather in your area by watching the twice-weekly videos at FarmersWeather.

 

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