Surrey weather forecast shows when heavy rain and thundery showers set to batter county

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June may be the beginning of Summer, but the weather hasn’t been reflecting that lately. Sunny spells have given way to colder temperatures and rain showers. Now the Met Office has forecast the rain is set to continue with even a bit of thunder on the way.

Showers are expected to continue daily for the rest of the week, with heavy rain and strong winds predicted on Thursday (June 13) and potentially thundery weather over the weekend.

Currently the strongest of the rain is expected on Friday evening in the Guildford area, when the town could up to 16mm of rain an hour. The weekend also seems set to be a wash out with the entirety of Surrey being forecast showers for most of the day.

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The Met Office's Map shows hevay rain on Friday evening -Credit:The Met Office

This wet weather is expected to continue into the future, and could even be accompanied by thunder. However, it is not all doom and gloom, as the Met office also forecasts drier, sunny weather alongside longer spells of rain.

Temperatures for the end of the month are expected to stay close to or below average for this time of the year, meaning you might want to hold out on the BBQs.

Take a look below to see an overview for the rest of the week towns around the county:

Wednesday, June 12:

  • Epsom : Cloudy with some sunny spells, maximum temperature 16C

  • Guildford:Cloudy with some sunny spells, maximum temperature 16C

  • Haslemere : Cloudy with some sunny spells, maximum temperature 15C

  • Woking Cloudy with some sun, maximum temperature 16C

Thursday, June 13:

  • Epsom: Rain into the evening, with a maximum temperature of 16C

  • Guildford:Rain into the evening, with heavy rain at around 8pm and maximum temperature 16C

  • Haslemere:Rain into the evening, with a maximum temperature of 14C

  • Woking: Rain into the evening, with a maximum temperature of 16C

Friday, June 14:

  • Epsom: Rain from 7am to 4pm, with a maximum temperature of 17C

  • Guildford:Rain from 7am to 1pm, then again later in the afternoon. A maximum temperature 17C

  • Haslemere:Rain from 7am to 1pm, then again later in the afternoon. A maximum temperature 16C

  • Woking: Rain from 7am to 4pm, then again later in the afternoon. A maximum temperature 17C

Saturday, June 15:

  • Epsom: Rain from 10am until late, heavy at times. A maximum temperature of 15C

  • Guildford: Heavy rain from 1pm to 4pm with light rain after. A maximum temperature 15C

  • Haslemere:Rain from 10am until 7pm, heavy at times. A maximum temperature of 14C

  • Woking:Heavy rain from 1pm to 4pm with light rain after. A maximum temperature 15C

Sunday, June 16:

  • Epsom: Rain from 10am to 7pm, a maximum temperature of 17C

  • Guildford: Rain from 10am to 7pm, a maximum temperature of 17C

  • Haslemere: Rain from 10am to 7pm, a maximum temperature of 17C

  • Woking:Rain from 10am to 7pm, a maximum temperature of 18C

Met Office Outlook for the South East

Tonight (11 June)

Most parts dry overnight with long clear spells. Winds easing away from the Kent coast. Some isolated showers possible towards dawn. Minimum temperature 5 °C.

Wednesday:

After a dry bright start cloud will build through the morning with showers developing. Showers dying away through the afternoon with a fine end to the day with light winds. Maximum temperature 17 °C.

Thursday to Saturday:

Dry at first on Thursday before locally heavy rain and strong winds move in from the west. Breezy with showers on Friday and Saturday, heavy and perhaps thundery at times.

UK long range (16 - 25 June)

The Met Office said: "Into the start of this period, a continuation of a mix of sunny spells and scattered showers likely dominating across the majority of the UK. Some showers are expected to be heavy and could be accompanied by the odd rumble of thunder.

"Temperatures likely slightly below normal for the time of year. Breezy in some coastal areas, most likely across the southeast and northwest. Later in the week and through the following weekend, confidence in any dominant weather pattern is low. As such, fairly typical conditions for the UK are most probable, with a mixture of weather types. This means some spells of drier, sunny weather but also some showers or longer spells of rain at times. Temperatures will most likely be close to or slightly below average."

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