Keep your coats on because more chilly temperatures are on the way

A couple get caught in a rain shower while walking along Tynemouth.

Temperatures will continue to remain below average (Picture: North News & Pictures)

Brits will finally be waking up to some sunny weather this morning but chilly temperatures will be forcing many to keep their coats on.

Most of the UK will be able to enjoy a bright day, but those living in the east of England should expect some scattered showers.

Temperatures will remain below average for June, with London reaching 15°C compared to usual average of 20°C.

This month has seen many of us complain about the cold, with thunder and rain only making conditions feel chillier, despite the month of May being the hottest on record.

This is due to a change in the jet stream, which is further south than usual and coming from the northwest.

In the north of England and Scotland, temperatures will sit even lower, with Newcastle seeing highs of 12°C throughout the day and Aberdeen seeing highs of 11°C.

Strong winds, hail and thunder have swept across the country this week, particularly in the South East.

As the month of not so summery weather drags on, there may be some more pleasant patches, but the predominant pattern will be ‘cool’ and ‘showery’.

This month has seen many of us complain about the cold, with thunder and rain only making conditions feel chillier (Picture: Danny Lawson/PA Wire)

Commuters attempt to shelter from the rain (Picture: George Cracknell Wright)

Toward the end of the month, weather signals are too weak to make reliable forecasts according to the long range Met Office forecast.

It wrote: ‘All areas can be expected to see some spells of drier, sunnier weather but there will also be showers or longer spells of rain at times.

‘Temperatures are most likely to be close to normal or slightly above.’

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The Met Office’s long range forecast say for the rest of the month, we can only look forward to slightly below average temperatures.

They said: ‘Fairly typical conditions for the UK are most probable, with a mixture of weather types.

‘This means some spells of drier, sunny weather but also some showers or longer spells of rain at times. Temperatures will most likely be close to or slightly below average.’

As we move into July, temperatures are set to rise, with all areas of the UK seeing spells of drier and sunnier weather.

But there will still be longer spells of rain, ensuring July also sees a mixture of weather types.

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Source:: Metro


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