After a week of rain and storm warnings, we’re finally in for some good weather, but it’s going to be humid.
The Met Office has predicted temperatures will rise across much of the UK this week making it hot and humid in places on Friday and Saturday, before turning cooler on Sunday.
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Forecasters said we can expect a fine, dry and sunny day today (June 27) in Manchester, with plenty of warm sunshine and light winds with a maximum temperature of 25 °C.
The Met Office said this will lead into a dry night with clear skies (for the most part). But there’ll be a risk of some cloud returning in the east through the small hours of the morning.
On Friday morning (June 28) any lingering cloud will quickly clear to leave another warm and sunny day, with maximum temperatures of 27 °C.
Forecasters said Saturday (June 29) will bring temperatures of 26 °C, sunny spells and a small chance of an isolated shower. While Sunday will be cooler with scattered showers and a fresh breeze at times.
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Also published on Medium.