Lea Valley Walk
Met Office Forecast
South East England
A warm, clear and muggy night.
This Evening and Tonight:
A dry, bright and sunny evening. Fine but warm and humid for many overnight, with temperatures generally a little higher than last night as winds stay light. Feeling rather muggy in the city. Minimum Temperature 18C.
Staying fine, with lengthy periods of sunshine. Feeling hotter than over the weekend in many areas, especially in coastal districts. Perhaps a little more cloud around later in the day. Maximum Temperature 29C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Very warm with further sunshine Tuesday and initially on Wednesday, but with a risk of a swathe of thundery showers spreading northwards later and into Thursday.
Day 6-7 and Week 2:
It is likely to be warm, perhaps very warm and humid towards the southeast at first with the risk of thundery showers across southeastern areas. Elsewhere sunny spells and fresher conditions, with some rain and thicker cloud towards the north and west at times. The fresher air is then likely to gradually spread to the rest of the country bringing a change to widely cooler more changeable conditions towards the end of the week, with a low risk of warm and humid air returning to the far southeast at times. This will likely bring occasional spells of rain or showers interspersed with drier and sunnier conditions. Overall, temperatures will likely average out to be close to normal.
Week 3 and 4:
Low confidence through this period due to mixed and weak signals. Likely to see a mix of occasional Atlantic frontal systems affecting the UK followed by spells of more settled weather through this period. This bringing periods of dry, settled and warmer weather interspersed with occasional days of thicker cloud, rain and stronger winds. Temperatures are likely to be slightly above average, although cooler conditions may occasionally affect the northwest. Meanwhile, very warm perhaps hot conditions could affect the south and east at times. Overall, rainfall amounts will likely be close to average for the time of the year. Whilst the southeast may see fewer spells of persistent rain, thunderstorms may develop during warmer periods.
Met Office : South East England : 2021-06-13T12:19:35