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Flying Weekend Weather Forecast (28/6/18)

PostPosted:Thu Jun 28, 2018 1:40 pm
by Weatherman

What a spell of weather we are enjoying, I hope you are able to get out there and make the most of it.

This weekend is looking good for flying too, although watch out for showers in the south.

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Have a great weekend,


Issued: 1300 hrs, Thursday 28th June 2018

High pressure is to the east on Saturday with low pressure over northern Spain. This brings an easterly flow to all areas, strongest in the south.
Eastern coasts may see some low cloud, but this should be breaking and retreating back to the coasts by late morning. All areas are then going to enjoy another fine day with good spells of warm sunshine.
Be aware that isolated thundery showers may develop in western Ireland in the afternoon.
Winds E-NE 15-20kt 9F4-F5) in the south, 12-15kt 9F4) to the north.

Little change on Sunday with the easterly flow persisting. A weak front reaches northwest Scotland with low pressure to the south.
Indications are that it will be a dry day for most. Fair again with good spells of sunshine.
Thicker cloud may slip through Scotland bringing an isolated shower.
Some heavy showers could develop in the far southwest, possibly thundery. Most other areas stay dry.
Winds E 15-28kt (F4-F5) in the south, E-NE 12-15kt (F4) further north.