A quick blog this week as I pack my bags for a 4-day golfing holiday in Spain and before you ask, yep, hot and sunny is my forecast :). But, what about back home. We’re now into October and autumn is certainly being felt with temperatures slipping back into the early teens and this trend is set to continue with some chilly nights on the way.
Thursday: Windy with rain at times during Wednesday night (see warning); this will clear quickly during the morning, turning drier with sunny spells and just the odd shower. Feeling cool in the keen northwesterly wind. Max 13°C
Friday: High pressure over the UK meaning a settled day with sunny spells, but it will be a cold start, with some ground-frost. It will be mostly dry, just the chance a shower will drift down on the fresh northwesterly wind. Cold overnight again with a touch of ground-frost in rural spots before it turns cloudier. Max 13°C
Weekend: High pressure replaced by low pressure again.
Saturday: Any early brightness fading sharpish with cloud and rain spreading in from the west as the day progresses. Windy and miserable. Max 14°C
Sunday: Remaining generally cloudy with a few showers and perhaps some bright spells into the afternoon. Max 15°C
Outlook: Changeable with some days dry and bright, but others unsettled, especially later on, with spells of showery rain and wind. Remaining cool with some overnight ground-frosts and fog under any clear skies. No sign of an Indian Summer.
September 2017 Stats – What a poor month
Rainy Days 26
Dry Days 4
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Forecast Issued at 12:30pm on Wednesday the 4th of October 2017