Thursday 30th March 2017 – Sunday 2nd April 2017

Hi all,

Well that’s March almost done with. Where are these months going? Another disappointment regarding snow and we’re now well into Spring. We did see some snow late-April last year so don’t rule out seeing some over the coming weeks but I think it’s time to rule out any proper cold after a winter that never delivered. 

Meanwhile, we’ve been basking in some early-Spring sunshine and it’s been very pleasant indeed. For now though we’re back to the doom and gloom and rain. 

Thursday: A very mild day, even feeling muggy in any brightness but generally it’s a cloudy day with some showery rain at times. Max 16°C

Low pressure bringing heavy rain in from the west on Friday


Friday: A spell of rain during the morning, some heavy. The afternoon looks likely to improve with some showers but pleasant sunny spells as well. Max 16°C

Weekend: A showery start then improving. 

Saturday: Low pressure close by bringing a cooler day with showers at times. Max 12°C

Sunday: For some of you doing the Manchester Marathon conditions are looking perfect. A little ridge of high pressure should come into play. A chilly start but bright spells will follow and feeling pleasant with light winds. Max 13°C

Fingers crossed for high pressure to return next week with plenty of dry weather and pleasant sunny spells

Looking ahead: Next week should become settled with mild southwesterlies keeping the temperatures towards the midteens. Sunny spells by day and dry so feeling pleasant once again. 

There’s been a lot of media lies flying around (the norm) about a Boiling Easter. It really is just made-up nonsense. It is far too early to tell what the weather will be like so look out for my updates via @ChadWeather on Twitter as we approach the Easter break. 


Forecast Issued: Thursday the 29th of March 2017 at 8:30am


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