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When will it be sunny again? A week of miserable weather forecast for Greater Manchester

Manchester Evening News logo Manchester Evening News 29/06/2020 Alexandra Rucki
a group of people walking in the rain holding an umbrella: It's going to be wet and windy in Greater Manchester this week © MEN It's going to be wet and windy in Greater Manchester this week

It's going to be a wet, windy and chilly week in Greater Manchester according to forecasters.

Temperatures have plunged to below average for this time of year, following the heatwave from last week.

Unfortunately, it is going to be some time before the sunny weather makes an appearance again and it is expected to be raining when the pubs re-open on Saturday.

According to the Met Office website Monday will be wet and windy, with outbreaks of heavy rain.

However, the rain will travel southwards by the afternoon.

It will feel cooler than recent days, especially in the wind.

Temperatures are expected to reach highs of 15C.

This evening it will be largely dry, but the strong winds will remain in place.

Later on there could be some rain in southern parts of the region, with the rain spreading northwards through the early hours.

Temperatures are expected to dip to around 10C.

a woman holding an umbrella in the rain talking on a cell phone: It might be time to dig out the brolly © MEN It might be time to dig out the brolly

The morning rain will start to ease through Tuesday morning, leaving a largely dry and cloudy afternoon.

However, the occasional shower is possible.

Again, it will feel cooler with temperatures reaching highs of around 12C.

The unsettled conditions will continue to Wednesday with scattered showers in the morning.

a car driving down a street next to a lake: Heavy rain is forecast for the week © Andy Stenning / Daily Mirror Heavy rain is forecast for the week

However, on Thursday and Friday there will be drier and brighter conditions.

Forecasters at the Met Office say it will be "Cool for this time of year".

And unfortunately the unsettled weather looks set to continue into July in the North West - when the pub's reopen this weekend.

However, weather experts predict there could be some drier and warmed weather arriving after this period.

A statement on the Met Office website said: "There may be a very windy, wet spell for many to end the week.

"Temperatures will vary around average for the time of year, though the west will be mainly rather cool. There will, however, still be some drier and sunny interludes.

"Changeable weather will probably continue through the first weekend of July, although the rain may become more confined to the west and northwest with the best of any drier, brighter weather more likely across the south and east of the UK.

"Into the following week there are signs that the weather may become drier, more settled and warmer again, particularly for southern and many central parts."


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