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PremierLeague-News.Com - Highs of 23C are expected over the next couple of days
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The Summer solstice is today, meaning we're in the midst of the longest day of the year. It's only fitting that today, Tuesday, June 21, the weather will be generally dry and warm across Merseyside. In fact, from today onwards the weather will only heat up. However it won't stay sunny and dry for long, with showers expected to hit from Friday onwards and into the weekend. For now though, there'll be highs of 23C and despite clouds, no showers are forecast. READ MORE:Live updates as train strike causes travel disruption on Merseyrail, Avanti, Northern and TransPennine According to the Met Office, Wednesday will also remain dry and fine, with the hot weather peaking on Thursday.
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. Speaking about the national forecast, Met Office forecaster Aidan McGivern said: "We’ve got high pressure, a very large high in the mid Atlantic and that is extending in a ridge for much of the UK so for most it is actually increasingly sunny over the next few days. Weather fronts confined to northern parts of the UK and with that ridge of high pressure in charge and with some slightly warmer air coming our way, temperatures will rise day by day, peaking in fact on Thursday. "But by Thursday there is the chance of some heavy showers emerging from the near Continent and then this feature arrives on Friday, that will bring a spell of more persistent rain later in the day and for the start of Saturday potentially. So a few hours of rainfall, late into the afternoon, into the evening for Glastonbury because of that front and it could extend another front of rain, perhaps some heavy rain in the early hours of Saturday. "Breezier conditions coming in from the north west, much cooler and a mixture on Saturday and Sunday of heavy showers, yes, with hail and thunder possible but also some sunny spells in between."
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