After a few days of summery weather we are again back to the temperatures we would expect to see in September, so I hoped you managed to grab a BBQ or two whilst you could this week.
Soon clouding over on Thursday with drizzle or some light rain spreading in from the north-west. Some places will stay dry though. Still a reasonably warm day with highs of 18’C.
Friday will see cooler conditions across the region with a fresher feel and it’s looking likely to be a wet day with rain at times which will eventually clear late in the day. Highs a much cooler 15’C.
Saturday will be a day of some bright or sunny spells across the region and with occasional showers but Friday’s rain may linger on in some places early on. Highs of 16’C.
Sunday keeps the showery theme going with some bright spells as well. The showers should die away later in the day with rain possible overnight. Highs of 17’C.
Looking ahead the weather seems to be normal for September with occasional showers.
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August 2013 Stats: Warmest: 29.9′C; Coldest: 7.6’C; Wettest Day: 15.0mm; Windiest: 32mph; Total Rainfall: 60.4mm