Weather forecast Bristol today: what is Met Office prediction for 4 July 2022?

Here is your official Met Office weather forecast for Bristol on Monday, 4 July.

The summer season has finally arrived to the South West of England, with Bristol, as well as some other towns and cities across the UK, experiencing hotter-than-normal temperatures, even mini-

heatwaves, as the sun has been making more regular appearances.

Bristol is a city that boasts so many fun and entertaining things to do with friends and family that will be that much more enjoyable partnered with good conditions, so residents have been clinging on to their hopes that good weather will continue.

But will it? Here is your Met Office weather forecast in Bristol on Wednesday, 29 June; as well as an outlook for the rest of the week and the start of July 2022.

What will the weather be like in Bristol today?

As per the official weather forecast from the Met Office, conditions in Bristol over the course of Friday, 1 July are set to be nothing but consistently cloudy skies with the odd sunny interval.

Here is your hour-by-hour weather forecast for Bristol on Monday, 4 July:

  • 10:00 am - cloudy skies and dry conditions (17℃)
  • 11:00 am - sunny intervals and cloudy skies (18℃)
  • 12:00 am - sunny intervals and cloudy skies (19℃)
  • 1:00 pm - cloudy skies and dry conditions (19℃)
  • 2:00 pm - cloudy skies and dry conditions (19℃)
  • 3:00 pm - cloudy skies and dry conditions (19℃)
  • 4:00 pm - grey cloudy skies and dry conditions (18℃)
  • 5:00 pm - cloudy skies and dry conditions (18℃)
  • 6:00 pm - sunny intervals and cloudy skies (19℃)
  • 7:00 pm - sunny intervals and cloudy skies (19℃)
  • 8:00 pm - sunny intervals and cloudy skies (18℃)
  • 9:00 pm - sunny and warm, dry conditions (17℃)
  • 10:00 pm - clear skies and dry conditions (16℃)
  • 11:00 pm - clear skies and dry conditions (15℃)
  • 12:00 am - clear skies and dry conditions (14℃)

What is the Met Office weather forecast for the South West of England this week?

Experts at the Met Office have issued the following long-range weather forecast for the rest of this week for the South West, starting from Wednesday, 29 June to Sunday, 3 July 2022.

Describing the overall conditions of the week as ‘sunshine and showers with some locally heavy and breezy gusts of wind’, the weather outlook for the South West looks to be a mix of dry and wet conditions.

“[For the rest of today] Some sunny breaks but also frequent showers which could be heavy at times with the risk of thunder. Breezy, but less windy than Tuesday. Temperatures close to the seasonal average but feeling warm in the sunshine” it reads.

“Showers gradually petering out during the evening but remaining rather cloudy. Cloud breaking overnight in places but still the risk of an isolated shower, especially across Devon and Cornwall. Highs of 20℃ and lows of 8 °C.

“A dry and bright start for many Thursday, but showers soon developing, some of these locally heavy with a risk of thunder. Winds will be generally light. Maximum temperatures of 20 °C.” the Met Office adds.

“Showers will be lighter and less frequent on Friday, before a band of showery rain moves southwards on Saturday.

“Showers becoming less frequent with some decent sunny breaks developing Sunday.”

What is the long-range weather forecast for the United Kingdom?

The Met Office has issued the following long-range weather forecast for the United Kingdom during the period of Sunday, 3 July to Tuesday, 12 July 2022:

“The period will start with scattered showers and sunny spells for most, gradually easing from the west through Sunday. More settled conditions are expected into the start of next week, although with a risk of showers at times continuing in the north” it reads.

“A generally more settled regime persists for much of this period, although occasional spells of more organised cloud and rain may continue to affect northern parts at times.

“Southern and eastern areas are most likely to see a good deal of dry and sunny conditions through the period” the Met Office adds.

“Temperatures feeling near normal to rather cool in the northwest, although likely increasing above normal towards the end of the period as settled conditions become more widespread. In the south and east, temperatures above average to rather warm.”