The sun has set over the city of Cork, Ireland, where the last rays of sunlight are expected to drop today.
In the early morning hours of Thursday, June 14, the skies will be clear for most of the region and the sea will be calm, as the weather system that brought this year’s cold spell to the UK was finally out of the way.
However, for those who are expecting warmer weather, the temperatures may be a little chilly.
Temperatures are expected in the mid-60s with highs of about 20C and lows of 12C.
Temperthammer will not be the only area of the UK facing the cold this week.
Weather is expected to be cloudy and windy from the east coast to the Midlands, with rain showers expected to occur in the north and west.
Rainfall is forecast to be between one and three inches.
This will be much lower than last year’s record rainfall.
On Friday, July 1, the weather will be colder than normal with temperatures dropping to the low 40s, but there is expected a little wind and gusty weather throughout the week.
The average daily temperature is expected in parts of Wales, Scotland, Ireland and Northern Ireland to fall well below average, with temperatures in Scotland dropping to around 15C.
On Wednesday, July 5, the mercury is expected for parts of the Midlands and north east England to fall to between 10C and 14C, while in the Midlands it will fall well above 20C.
The highest temperatures are expected on Thursday and Friday with the high of 13C expected for the Midlands.
The most northerly areas are expected for temperatures in the 30s to 40C, with the lowest temperatures in southern England to around 20C on Wednesday.
This is expected, in part, due to the heavy rainfall that is expected.
On Thursday, July 6, the south-eastern United Kingdom will be cold, with wind gusts of up to 65mph in parts.
It is also expected to rain a lot.
On Saturday, July 7, there is an expected peak of temperatures of 12 C, with highs in the low teens to low 20s.
The lowest temperatures are forecast to fall between 7C and 8C.
It will be very wet in the northern parts of Scotland and parts of Northern Ireland.
On Monday, July 8, the average daily high is expected at 6C with highs expected to reach around 10C.
A few areas in Scotland are expected by the end of the week to be above 20 C. On Tuesday, July 9, the temperature will be near-normal in parts, with a high of 8C in the east and low 30s in the south.
Temperature will be in the 40s to 50s across parts of southern England, while parts of central England will be below 10C, and the highest temperature is forecast in parts to fall around 12C and the lowest to 6C.
Highs in parts will be around 9C and temperatures in central England can reach 10C in places.
The heaviest rain will fall in parts in the southwest of England, with more than 1cm in parts areas.
A very wet period in parts on Tuesday and Wednesday will start early next week, with areas expected to experience a wetter than normal spell, and a dry spell is expected from mid-September to early November.
On Sunday, July 11, there will be showers across parts, as will thunderstorms.
Temperamentally, people in the UK will be feeling the coldest temperatures of the year, with average temperatures falling well below the mid 40s.
However it is expected that temperatures will dip into the low 50s in some areas.