We are now over week into August and we seem to have left the hot weather of July behind us. For now, that will remain the case but long-term forecasting weather models are hinting at a decent end to August. A long way off but something to pin our hopes on.
Thursday looks like being a reasonable day with sunny spells and just a low risk of a light shower. Light winds and highs of 21’C making it pleasant in the sun.
Friday will see a weather front spread some drizzly to light rain in from the west but some places may escape dry as the band of rain weakens. In general it will be a cool, breezy and cloudy day with any brightness limited and arriving late in the day. Highs of 18’C.
Saturday should see the return to sunshine and light showers. Some areas will miss the showers and it won’t feel too bad in the sunshine. Highs of 20’C.
Sunday may start off on a bright note but it will soon become cloudier and showery and these will be blown in on a brisk westerly breeze. Highs of 18’C.
Looking ahead into next week, the weather will remain unsettled at times and with temperatures around average for August.
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Have a great weekend.