The longest day of the year will be mild and cloudy in Doncaster with very little sunshine for the Summer Solstice - full weather forecast

Today is the Summer Solstice but we won’t be seeing sunshine - it looks like the remainder of the month is going to be filled with cloudy skies.

Monday, 21st June 2021, 7:59 am

The week ahead is not looking bright for Doncaster – most days will see lots of cloud coverage and moderate temperatures.

According to the Met Office the week will kick off with a mild 16 degrees on Monday, June 21.

Rain is probable in the late afternoon and clouds will cover the sky all day.

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It is Summer Solstice which means it is the longest day of the year.

The sun will set at 9.37pm this evening.

It gets a little brighter on Tuesday, June 22.

Temperatures jump up to 19 degrees and the sun may poke out from behind the clouds occasionally.

Hay fever suffers beware as pollen will be very high on Tuesday.

Wednesday and Thursday, June 23, 24 will be similar.

Both include lots of cloud and temperatures could reach 20 degrees.

The weekend may bring rain but slightly higher temperatures.

We will bring you more closer to the time.

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