Issued 11:30 Wednesday 10th September
The weather is still in a settled pattern with some warm, bright days and chilly, misty nights as high pressure is firmly in control.
Over the coming 4 days we don’t see much change from recent conditions and it will remain dry. Time to water the gardens perhaps?
Thursday will be dry and after a dull, misty start in places, some sunny spells will come through so feeling very pleasant in any sunshine. Highs of 19’C.
Probably a bit more stubborn cloud on Friday as the wind turns easterly dragging the cloud in. Again a dry day with some sunny spells. Highs of 18’C.
A dry weekend is promised but with quite a lot of cloud present. Where we do see some persistent cloud it will feel cool, but on the flip side, any sunny spells will make it feel pleasant. These conditions are expected through Saturday and Sunday with temperatures similar at 18’C. With more cloud, the night temperatures will not be as cool as previous days.
Looking ahead into next week and initially the dry, settled weather continues. However, from midweek the high pressure will have slipped away and a return to wet and unsettled weather looks likely to return.
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