Leicestershire weather: when it is due to hit 20 degrees again

There's a mix of wet and dry between now and Friday, with a warmer weekend on its way
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For Leicester, there's a good chance of rain every day this week, according to the BBC Weather Centre, with the first dry day set to be Saturday, June 1. The BBC forecast also shows the temperatures will remain in the teens from now until Monday, June 3, when the predicted high is 20C.

The Met Office forecast is a little more optimistic. It expects Leicester to be rain-free tomorrow (Tuesday) and on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with a slightly higher temperature prediction of 21C for Sunday.

After a wet bank holiday weekend, next weekend is looking a lot better in terms of heat and sunshine. But whichever weather forecast you look at, there's more rain on the way.

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Here's the Met Office forecast for the next six days:

  • Tuesday - Highs of 17C with a high chance of rain showers from 10am until 7pm

  • Wednesday - Temperatures getting up to 18C but rain, once again, likely from 10am until 7pm.

  • Thursday - Only light rain and a bit more sun around but temperatures only getting up to about 16C.

  • Friday - Highs of 16C again, and little chance of any rain at all.

  • Saturday - Temperatures up to 18C or 19C, a mix of cloud and sun throughout the day

  • Sunday - Very bright with highs of 20C or 21C with the chance of rain at less than five per cent

The Met Office forecast only goes up to Sunday but the BBC forecast continues into next week. The expectation is for highs around 20C each day of next week, with no rain at all from this Friday to the following Thursday - June 6.

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