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MetiNews.Com - You might want to grab a waterproof if you plan to go to the pub this weekend
Breaking News ! The pubs are set to reopen this weekend after weeks of being shut - but you might want to grab a waterproof if you intend to sit in a beer garden. According to the Met Office, this weekend looks likely to be unsettled. Forecasters have said there will be showers or longer spells of rain, with the heaviest expected to fall in western parts of the UK. It may come as bleak news for those wanting to enjoy a few pints in the sunshine or for those planning to spend time queuing outside so they can return to their favourite pub. Saturday appears to be the dampest day of the weekend, although it is expected to brighten up by the afternoon. Sign up to the free MEN email newsletter Get the latest updates from across Greater Manchester direct to your inbox with the free MEN newsletter You can sign up very simply by following the instructions here Strong blustery winds will accompany the downpours. It will still feel warm with temperatures reaching highs of around 20C. Dukes 92, in Castlefield, is among the pubs reopening on Saturday (Image: STEVE ALLEN) Sunday will be somewhat drier, with sunny intervals in the morning. By the afternoon it will start to become more cloudy. Temperatures are expected to clamber to around 22C to 23C. The weekend after next might be a better choice for a trip to the pub with temperatures looking likely to rise and the sunshine expected to return, although forecasters have said the southern and central parts of the UK will see the best of the weather. Read More Related Articles Sick question asked by gang before launching assault Read More Related Articles The UK economy dropped more than initially expected at the beginning of 2020 Bonnie Diamond, meteorologist for the Met Office, said: "Thursday is probably going to be the best day of the week with largely dry and sunny spells. As we go into Friday a band of rain comes in from the west across northern England.
. "It will rain throughout Friday evening. Saturday will be generally grey with some light rain around. "It looks like it will brighten up by the late evening. It will just be a few breaks in the cloud rather than clearing skies. It will be a warm muggy day. "And then on Sunday it looks to be generally dry, fairly cloudy but you should get some breaks in the cloud developing by Sunday afternoon." A statement on the Met Office website said: "Next weekend looks unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain, heaviest and most frequent for some western areas.
"Strong winds look set to accompany these wet conditions, again strongest in the west. "Temperatures will vary around average for the time of year though the west will be mainly rather cool. There will, however, still be some drier and sunny interludes. "Changeable weather will probably continue in the second week of July although the rain may become more confined to the west and northwest with the best of any drier, brighter weather more likely across the south and east of the UK. "Into the following weekend there are signs that the weather may become drier, more settled and warmer again, particularly for southern and many central parts."