Thursday 20th April 2017 – Sunday 23rd April 2017

Evening all,

Yes evening. I’ve been so busy today the blog has had to take a back seat. Well, finally here it is, so read on to see what’s in store for the coming 4 days. 

Headline: The quiet weather continues and so does the dry April. With not a lot of rain forecast for the rest of the month it’s looking like we will only receive about 25% of the month’s average rainfall. Very dry indeed. 

We’ve had high pressure quite close to the U.K. during this month and it has brought us a lot of dry weather but unfortunately a lot of cloud as well. 

Thursday: A little milder than recently with a westerly breeze. Plenty of cloud which might produce the odd spot of rain here and there. Brightness limited. Max 13°C

Friday: Little change but during the day a cold front moves down from the north introducing a little rain and behind it some cooler air. Max 12°C

Weekend: Fresher but brighter. 

Saturday: Bright spells and mostly dry. A cooler feel once again. Max 10°C

Sunday: Not much change. A lot of dry weather and some bright spells. Max 12°C

Colder air from the north next week as the cool dry April continues

Outlook: A couple of showers and temperatures below average as the air comes down from the north. Possible overnight ground frosts. 

Follow @ChadWeather on Twitter for your latest forecasts. 



Issued: 9pm on Wednesday the 19th of April 2017

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