A PLUME of “hotter, humid air destabilises” today, with the potential for some heavy, thundery downpours crossing from France, forecasts Netweather TV.
After the hot weather throughout the week, Friday will feel ‘slightly cooler’ says BBC Weather. Temperatures will rise to about 24C in places.
Viewers were told: “It will be mostly dry, but not completely, because of a weather front, bringing outbreaks of rain.”
There will be rain in western counties of Northern Ireland, while elsewhere it will be largely clear, with a muggy start across eastern areas, where there will be some showers at times.
The odds of a hosepipe ban being implemented this month have been slashed by Ladbrokes.
The bookies make it just 6/4 that the hot and dry weather sees a hosepipe ban issued anywhere in the UK during June 2021.
We’ll all be basking in a mini-heatwave over the next fortnight, with thousands heading to beaches and parks to make the most of the sunshine.
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