Well that was quite a week, in which a couple of my weather records were broken. Firstly a gust of 72mph was recorded during Wednesday’s storm and then late on Friday night with another deep area of low pressure sitting over us, I managed a record low pressure of 961.16mb.
Thursday sees the return to unsettled wet and windy weather after the recent respite. The morning looks wet with rain early on, turning showery as the day goes on. Highs of 9’C.
After a mild night, Friday will be breezy with showers at times across all parts especially into the afternoon. Highs of 8’C.
If you are planning something for the weekend then Saturday looks the better day at the moment.
Saturday sees us under a westerly airflow bringing the odd isolated shower but these easing so slightly drier by evening. Highs of 7’C.
Sunday sees a mainly cloudy day with some rain and breezy conditions spreading in from the south-west. Highs of 7’C.
Looking ahead, the weather looks to remain unsettled and dominated by systems coming in off the Atlantic giving rain or showers at times but remaining mild. No sign of any snowfall this month.
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