The next few days is looking like remaining wet at times which will keep a current record going; which so far stands at 26 days of consecutive measurable rainfall.
Thursday is set to be bright & breezy with occasional scattered showers drifting in from the west as the day progresses. Feeling cold in the wind. Highs of 10’C.
Friday will again see showers but this time more frequent and maybe merging at times. Breezy again and the wind making it feel cold. Highs of 9’C.
Again we head into a weekend with an unsettled and tricky outlook.
Saturday might see a dry start but showers spreading from the north-west on a chilly wind. Some showers maybe wintry on the highest hills. Turning a little colder into the evening. Highs of 9’C.
Sunday might start with some frost or even an ice risk after Saturday’s showers. This will soon clear and it is expected to turn wet & windy from the west gradually during the day. Winds increasing too. Highs of 8’C.
Looking into next week it starts unsettled but signs show that settled weather will try to build, to at last give us a break from the autumnal unsettled spell.
October 2013 Stats: Warmest: 18.1’C; Coldest: 3.8’C; Wettest Day: 14.0mm; Windiest: 33mph; Total Rainfall: 119.4mm.
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