It's not been an ideal end to the work week, and it looks like the ugly weather hangs around into the first part of your Easter weekend. On/off rain showers are likely through the afternoon, tapering off around dinnertime.
You'll notice the humidity starting Friday.. As a cold front passes through around the lunch hour, we'll lose heat, cooling into the 50s and 40s later this afternoon.
According to the Gosport weather station temperatures reached a high of 24.8C yesterday. This is the case for the next three days, with the dew point running at or above 60 degrees.
Steve Willington continued: "It now looks like more changeable and cooler weather will arrive from the northwest from Easter Sunday, however there remains the chance that southeastern parts of the country could remain warm and settled into Easter Monday". There is also the chance for a stray light shower as the back edge of our storm system pushes through. The bulk of the rain happened this morning, now we're transitioning to hit or miss showers throughout the day.
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However, the warm and sunny weather might not stick around for everyone through the whole weekend.
Sunday will be a mixed bag.. We will have to watch more rain over the south coast, which could potentially bring a steadier rain. I don't expect the air to really dry out until earlier next week.
Unsettled weather continues early next week.. We could even see 27 degrees in places, although there are a few more clouds around. It will still be around 13C by 10pm, with an overnight temperature of 10C.