Weather Forecast: Thursday June 2 to Sunday June 5

Jon Baylis has had a passion for the weather since the age of six, when he experienced extreme cold winters to blazing hot sunshine and torrential thunderstorms while living in America.

Jon Baylis
WEATHERMAN: Jon Baylis

Using his own personal weather station to record statistics including temperature, rainfall, humidity and wind speed, gusts, and direction, he provides forecasts across Oldham.

Here, he gives a brief outlook for the weather over the next few days.

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Finally we’ve had a Bank Holiday Weekend without rain and a reasonable spell of weather. It’s been not too hot and much drier than previous months but will it continue?

High pressure will be sitting to our northwest on Thursday allowing a cool breeze to develop across the region. It will also be cloudy with some light rain around. Drier into the evening but bright spells limited. Max 15°C.

As well as it being dry and mainly cloudy, some bright spells will try to develop on Friday, but we keep the north-easterly breeze. Max 16°C.

It looks like the weekend will improve as it goes on. Saturday will be cloudy with a risk of localised drizzle or light rain and a little breezy. It should dry up into the afternoon as high pressure remains close by. Max 16°C.

As we enter Sunday more sunshine is likely as the cloud of recent days breaks up and pleasant sunny spells develop. A bit warmer too. Max 19°C.

As we go into next week that looks good too with warm conditions and staying dry. Temperatures might sneak into the 20s before showery rain poses a threat from the southwest later in the week which could signal a change.

May 2016 Stats
Av. Temp 11.8°C
Max Temp 24.2°C (8th)
Min Temp 2.2°C (14th)
Wettest Day 14.2mm (21st)
Highest Gust 30mph (9th)
Rainfall 40.6mm (dry)
Rainy Days 15

 

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