What is the weather forecast for Wimbledon 2022?

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On the first day of Wimbledon, the weather has already disrupted the pitch, with heavy showers halting play

The wait for Wimbledon is over as tennis fans gear up for the world’s most prestigious tournament.

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Fans can look forward to seeing some of the world’s best tennis players including Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic.

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A few famous faces are absent from the competition, however, including world number one Roger Federer and number two Daniil Medvedev.

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Already on the first day the weather disturbed the course and heavy rain brought the game to a standstill.

The forecast for the tournament paints a mixed picture of sunshine and showers over the next two weeks.

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Here’s everything you need to know about the Wimbledon weather forecast.

What is the latest weather forecast for Wimbledon 2022?

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The weather forecast for Wimbledon is a mix of sun and showers.

Ground crew covers seat 4 as rain started on day one of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships (Image: AFP via Getty Images)

Rain already delayed play on the first day of the tournament and it looks like he will do so again.

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Met Office spokesman Marco Petagna said: “The first half of the week is expected to be of much bright, dry weather with a low probability of showers.

“It’s really the second half of the week when there’s a greater chance of showers breaking out. Temperatures generally average at highs of 21°C.

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He said: “The trend is for things to feel a bit calmer in July so there’s a better chance that calmer weather will develop during this second week and maybe get a bit warmer too.”

Met Office Wimbledon Weather Forecast:

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Monday, June 27: Initially mostly dry and light. A band of showers will move east through the region, with scattered showers developing beforehand. Some showers will become heavy and perhaps thunderstorm-like before largely dying out over the course of the afternoon. average temperatures. Maximum temperature 20 °C.

Tuesday 28 June: Fair and dry on Tuesday with sunny spells. In the course of the afternoon the clouds from the west thicken, the sun becomes increasingly hazy. Some patchy light rain possible late in western parts. Maximum temperature 22 °C.

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Wednesday, June 29 – Friday, July 1: Cloudy Wednesday as a slow-moving shower band advances east. More choppy Thursday with showers that may become heavy and thundery early in the morning. Dry and bright Friday. feel warm.

Saturday 2 July – Monday 11 July: Met Office forecasts stable conditions in the south, with intermittent showers and occasional prolonged rainy spells.

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BBC Weather Wimbledon Weather Forecast:

Monday, June 27: Sunny intervals and a moderate breeze. Maximum temperature 19°C.

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Tuesday, June 28: Sunny intervals and a moderate breeze. Maximum temperature of 21°C.

Wednesday, June 29: light clouds and gentle breeze. Maximum temperature of 21°C.

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Thursday 30 June: Light rain showers and moderate breezes. Maximum temperature of 19°C.

Friday, July 1: Sunny intervals and a moderate breeze. Maximum 21°C.

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Saturday 2 July: Sunny spells and a light breeze. Maximum 23°C.

Sunday 3 July: Sunny spells and a light breeze. Maximum 24°C.

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Monday, July 4: Sunny intervals and a light breeze. Maximum 23°C.

Tuesday, July 5: Sunny intervals and a light breeze. Maximum 23°C.

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Wednesday 6 July: Sunny spells and a light breeze. Maximum 23°C.

Thursday 7 July: Sunny intervals and a light breeze. Maximum 24°C.

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Friday, July 8: Sunny intervals and a light breeze. Maximum 24°C.

Saturday 9 July: Sunny spells and a light breeze. Maximum 23°C.

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Sunday, July 10: Sunny intervals and a light breeze. Maximum 24°C.

What is the Wimbledon schedule like?

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Wimbledon has a packed schedule that will take place over two weeks.

People watch a game in Court 2 on day one of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships (Image: AFP via Getty Images)

Here is the full schedule for Wimbledon 2022:

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  • Monday, June 27: Men’s and women’s singles first round
  • Tuesday, June 28: Men’s and women’s singles first round
  • Wednesday 29 June: Men’s and Women’s Singles, second round
  • Thursday 30 June: Men’s and Women’s Singles, second round
  • Friday, July 1: Men’s and Women’s Singles Third Round
  • Saturday 2 July: Men’s and Women’s Singles Third Round
  • Sunday 3 July: Men’s and Women’s Singles Fourth Round
  • Monday 4 July: Men’s and Women’s Singles Fourth Round
  • Tuesday 5 July: Men’s and Women’s Singles Quarterfinals
  • Wednesday 6 July: Men’s and women’s singles quarterfinals
  • Thursday 7 July: Women’s singles semifinals
  • Friday 8 July: Men’s Singles Semifinals
  • Saturday, July 9: Women’s singles final, men’s doubles final, women’s doubles final
  • Sunday 10 July: Men’s singles mixed doubles final

Where can you watch Wimbledon?

This will be the last year Wimbledon will be presented by Sue Barker, who will retire after the 2022 tournament.

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Wimbledon can also be streamed on BBC iPlayer, as well as Radio 5 Live and 5 Live Sports Extra.

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