Our weather is settling down with high pressure building and set to control things for at least the next 7 days.
Thursday: A cold start with a touch of ground-frost in some parts. This is good news though as it means clear skies to start so plenty of sunshine on offer during the day. Temperatures will recover and it will feel pleasant in the sunshine. Max 14°C
Friday: A sunny start then cloud increasing during the day. It will remind dry for all. Max 13°C
Weekend: Dry with some sun.
Saturday: A mostly dry day with bright spells after early stubborn cloud. Sunny spells developing during the day. Max 15°C
Sunday: Little change. Variable amounts of cloud with sunny spells breaking through. A southwesterly airflow keeping temperatures on the mild side. Max 15°C
Outlook: A switch to a west or northwesterly airflow will mean temperatures will be pegged back at little at first. High pressure continuing to dominate our weather though, so I expect it to remain dry and temperatures recovering to around average, in the early teens. A few chilly nights, with some localised mist or fog if skies clear for long enough. Daytimes will be filled with bright spells.
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Forecast Issued: 17:40 on Wednesday the 17th of October 2018