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Coventry and Warwickshire weather: Erratic conditions leaves forecasters left scratching their heads

There is a great deal of uncertainty among the forecast models for the next few days in the UK, with an area of low pressure to the south-west behaving erratically and throwing up rain in areas expected to be dry this morning.

Not only this, but its positioning is crucial this week to the development of a plume of very warm air tracking up from the south into the south-east of the UK – not only would this increase temperatures and humidity to unpleasant levels, it would also set off some pretty potent thunderstorms in our region, if it gets this far west.

On Monday, any early occasional rain should die away this morning, with skies brightening, and sunny spells developing into this afternoon – these may become prolonged by evening.

It should be warmer than of late in a moderate east to north-easterly breeze, with maximum temperatures around 20degsC by evening.

A mainly cloudy dry mild night will follow with a few cloud breaks; expect minimum temperatures around 12degsC.

Even as soon as Tuesday, there is uncertainty about the weather, though it should be warm with cloudy skies and bright spells, but with showers perhaps later if that plume of hot air gets closer – expect highs of 20degsC or so.

Outlook: Who knows? Not even the Met Office will commit themselves!

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