Detailed weather forecast.
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Well, there's quite a lot to talk about
in the weather for the week ahead, so you'll just have to stay focused.
We're going to start further afield, in Spain,
and, on Thursday in Spain,
the temperature in Cordoba, in the south,
close to Seville,
got up to 47 degrees Celsius -
one of the highest temperatures
ever recorded in Spain.
The reason why I'm mentioning this to you
is because sometime early to middle of next week,
some of that hot air will be heading our way.
Now, we're not forecasting 47 degrees,
but it will be warming up.
Will have a look at the details on that
in just a moment.
In the short term,
on Friday we're between two weather systems.
So, one here early in the morning,
and another one
approaching north-western parts of the country.
So, this is at lunchtime and in the afternoon.
This means that for many parts of England and Wales,
it's going to be a fine day on Friday,
whereas, in the north-west,
with this next approaching weather system,
the weather will turn,
and we are expecting some cloud and some rain.
So, that's Friday afternoon.
Here's Friday evening.
That weather system continues to push
through Northern Ireland and Scotland,
possibly the Lake District, as well.
To the south of that, Friday night, it stays dry -
and then, through Saturday,
we've got this trail of a weather front
stretching out there in the Atlantic,
moving across northern areas of the UK.
The south is just about under the influence
of high pressure.
So, this means that, with weather systems
to the north and high pressure to the south,
the winds are south-westerly,
but they're also dragging in a lot of cloud,
extensive cloud, and some outbreaks of rain.
So, a humid feel, a cloudy day,
with some spots of rain on Saturday.
Come Sunday, we'll still see a fair bit of cloud,
but we'll start to see fresher air coming in
to northern parts of the UK -
but very warm, there, you can see,
across the south-east.
So, what does that mean for Wimbledon, Saturday and Sunday?
So, for the first final, slightly lower temperatures,
but humid and cloudy,
and then slightly higher temperatures on Sunday,
possibly getting up to around 25 or 26 degrees Celsius.
Not ideal playing conditions,
because it will be very humid.
Now, let's change gear. Here's Monday.
We've got high pressure across the UK,
so, that generally means lots of settled weather,
lots of sunshine.
Still quite warm and humid, I think,
across the far south.
Maybe temperatures around the mid-20s -
and then things get a little interesting.
Here's Tuesday's weather forecast.
A lot of talk about here.
So, we've got hot air coming out of Spain -
remember that heat I mentioned -
Moving into France,
and it's sucked in by this area of low pressure,
and some thunderstorms just looming
to the south of the UK on Tuesday.
Come Wednesday, that low pressure
will probably nudge a little bit
and, between the high and the low,
with the winds blowing like so,
it opens up this channel
for some of that heat to ride around the low,
and also bring some thunderstorms.
So, potentially turning hot and humid
midweek next week.
So, that means temperatures
might hit 30 degrees -
again, we could have some thunderstorms -
you may miss the storms altogether.
That's mostly across southern and eastern
areas of the UK.
The further north and north-west you are,
so, Scotland and Northern Ireland,
it'll be fresher during the day
and the nights may actually be quite chilly,
could even be lower than 10 degrees,
so, quite big contrasts
sometime midweek next week.
So, here's the summary -
an unsettled weekend with some rain,
with the driest of the weather
in the far south,
and dry, we think, for Wimbledon, as well,
and then, possibly, thunderstorms,
with that heat returning next week.
Hope you got all that.