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General Weather thoughts and trends for June 2013


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  • Location: Penzance, Cornwall
  • Location: Penzance, Cornwall

    I know there is a thread for Summer 2013, covering the wider season for June, July and August, but I thought i'd start another thread covering the coming weeks heading towards June and more importantly, initial trends and patterns for June. 

    It looks as though the East-West split will continue into next week, and possibly for a week or two more in June. South-Western areas look like having the driest, sunniest and 'warmest' of the weather (for a change, I live in Cornwall so that sounds great) while Eastern and South-Eastern areas could see wetter and somewhat cooler condition.

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  • Location: Keyingham, East Yorkshire
  • Weather Preferences: Spanish plumes, hot and sunny with thunderstorms
  • Location: Keyingham, East Yorkshire

    There is so much uncertainty for what the start of Summer may bring but its encouraging for the Met Office, after recent bad summers, to be seeing signs of a dry first half to June with some decent settled summery weather around. They say no heatwaves, but they wouldnt be bold enough to forecast a month of heatwaves would they. Whilst high pressure is around the UK theres always the chance of some very warm conditions developing.

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    There is so much uncertainty for what the start of Summer may bring but its encouraging for the Met Office, after recent bad summers, to be seeing signs of a dry first half to June with some decent settled summery weather around. They say no heatwaves, but they wouldnt be bold enough to forecast a month of heatwaves would they. Whilst high pressure is around the UK theres always the chance of some very warm conditions developing.

     

    Even if it isn't heatwave conditions it would be more than acceptable to have lets say 18 to 23c with ample sunshine given the time of year that would feel very nice not too hot for those who hate the heat but not too cold so you can't get outside

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    According to the latest seasonal models they are signalling northern blocking for June, but funnily enough not really bringing the worst of anything either. June will like may be a very hard month to nail to my mind.

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  • Location: weston-super-mare, UK
  • Location: weston-super-mare, UK

    June will be tough to call, but even if we get a summer with 18-23c with the odd 25c plus would do AS LONG AS IT'S DRY!

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  • Location: Darlington
  • Weather Preferences: Warm dry summers
  • Location: Darlington

    The latest forecast from the met office today continues to suggest the unsettled weather will shift to north west Scotland at the end of May / early June with near average temperatures across the UK for early June

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  • Location: Penzance, Cornwall
  • Location: Penzance, Cornwall

    Even if it isn't heatwave conditions it would be more than acceptable to have lets say 18 to 23c with ample sunshine given the time of year that would feel very nice not too hot for those who hate the heat but not too cold so you can't get outside

    Yes  Gavin, i agree. Although I love the heat, and 30C + would be great, at this time of year with the sun so strong - temps in the high teens to low 20C would feel very very warm indeed. It would be decent weather for gardeners to get out there, for summer evening walks and for trips to the beach. But we do also need SOME rain - which id rather fall in the night in the form of thunderstorms.

     

    Oh, and that really annoying wind - which seems to blow none stop from whatever direction - could ease off too - then the sun can really get to work!

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  • Location: Penzance, Cornwall
  • Location: Penzance, Cornwall

    It looks like the next few days will be overcast/bright with high humidity, then sunshine in the West mid-week (with modest warmth) before cooler air floods down from the North by Thursday. 

     

    Although it doesnt look as if it going the get extremely cold for late May (maximums below 6C), it will certainly feel cooler - with overnight frosts in shelter and even snow flakes to the highest of ground in Scotland!

     

    Looking ahead to Bank Hol Monday - it looks as if high pressure will build from the Azores, bringing the best of the weather to the South and West of England

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