With variable cloud on Thursday and much sunshine the thermometer rose to 20.4c being 2.9C above the May average. It was the warmest day since 24th September.
Yet another dry day with the UV level of 5.8 indicating it was High.
The minimum of 8.4C was 2C above average being another mild night.
The barometric reassure has slowly been building these past two days with the reading at 08.00 of 1026.6mb, the highest since the end of April as a ridge of high pressure begins to affect our weather. The anticyclone or Azores High, will continue the trend of more dry days with temperatures staying above average.