May was a complete downpour, but don’t despair as forecasters are now predicting a scorching hot June.
Showers and heavy downpours have made this May one of the wettest in recent history, and after the year we’ve had it seems exceptionally unfair.
But, it looks like the weather gods are finally going to reward us with some sunshine.
According to AccuWeather, which uses computers to make long-range forecasts, June is going to be hot.
Temperatures are expected to climb to 21 ° C on June 7 in Bristol, Gloucestershire and Somerset, and remain warm for about a week.
Forecasters say the mercury will hit 23 ° C on June 16, before peaking at 24 ° C the following week on June 23.
The Met Office’s long-term forecast is slightly less optimistic.
For the period May 31 to June 14, it says, “Confidence is low for this period, which is usual in spring and early summer.
“Conditions are likely to remain variable with showers at the start, but probably also more stable at times with a higher likelihood of drier conditions for many locations compared to the past few weeks.
“Temperatures are probably recovering to approach average, but with more stable conditions bringing warmer days and cooler nights are possible.”
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This notice was published: 2021-05-18 05:24:07