We slipped into a cooler spell recently with some wet days but this forecast promises some drier conditions.
Thursday will be a mainly cloudy day with some bright spells. A band of light rain or showers pushing down from the north-west later in the day fizzling out all the time. Highs of 13’C.
Friday looks a reasonable day with bright spells and staying dry. Winds light and highs of 13’C with a chilly night ahead with a low-risk of some ground frost in sheltered parts.
The weekend promises a lot of dry weather but with variable amounts of cloud so not blessed with copious amounts of sunshine.
Saturday sees another day of occasional bright spells. Later a band of cloud sinks south, weakening all the while with some spots of rain in places. Highs of 13’C.
Similar on Sunday with high pressure not too far away. This means bright spells again, once that band of cloud is out of the way, and generally a dry picture with light winds. Highs of 13’C.
Looking ahead we remain settled for a while but hints are for a cooler and possibly unsettled Easter with chilly winds. We’ll see.
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