It’s been quite warm today which followed a day that started with a ground frost. September, the month of contrasts. A lot of media hype again about Indian Summer etc. but it’s just clickbait at the moment so don’t rise to it.
Thursday: Some will start dry but soon heavy rain will move in from the west. This will slowly move east allowing the rain to turn patchy and eventually ease away into the evening. Max 15°C
Friday: Bright spells for the morning but again cloud will thicken with rain arriving into the afternoon and evening. Max 16°C
Weekend: Saturday looks the best, warm and bright.
Saturday: With winds from the south it will be quite a warm day but increasingly breezy. Bright spells and dry. Max 18°C
Sunday: Mostly cloudy and any morning brightness likely not to last with some drizzle possible into the afternoon. Most places staying dry. Max 17°C
Outlook: It’s looking quiet with a lot of cloud but the potential to remain dry for several days. Temperatures around or just above average.
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Forecast Issued at 19:50 on Wednesday the 20th of September 2017