November? Already? WOW! Where has 2015 gone? One thing for certain, it doesn’t feel like November out there. It’s been very mild but is that trend set to continue?
Thursday will start cloudy and mild with some hill-fog. Mainly dry for most of the morning apart from localised showers then rain, heavy at times spreads up from the southwest as we approach midday. A very wet and breezy afternoon. For the evening bonfires the rain looks set to clear around 7pm but with some drizzle to follow. Mild. Max 15°C.
Another band of rain whizzes across the region on Friday with showers following on behind. Again very mild and windy at times. The evening is looking a little bit drier so a better night for a bonfire and fireworks. Max 15°C.
The weekend will start lively with no let up in the weather steaming in from the Atlantic.
Saturday gives another repeat performance. Heavy rain and windy weather spreads in from the southwest followed by blustery showers. There is some uncertainty about the timing and exact position of the strongest winds but it’s very possible that we could see gusts to 40-50mph so stay tuned to Twitter for updates. Hopefully the winds ease slightly into the evening. Another mild one but feeling cooler because of the wind. Max 15°C.
A better morning is expected on Sunday with lighter winds and a mainly dry picture. However it looks all change again into the afternoon with strong winds and rain racing in. A little cooler with bright spells. Max 13°C.
Looking ahead and next week remains unsettled with further spells of wind, possible gales especially on Monday, and further rain. The mild weather holds on before slowly becoming cooler.
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