Happy New Year folks. A new year but the weather carries off where it left 2018 with little happening. That said, an SSW event is underway, which might mean colder weather in a few weeks’ time.
Thursday and Friday: We can sum up these days together. Variable amounts of cloud. Where the cloud breaks we will have sunny spells by day, but frost and some fog by night. Max 3°C
Weekend: Becoming cloudier and less cold
Saturday: Some patchy frost to start then any bright spells fading as the day becomes mostly overcast. Max 5°C
Sunday: Continuing settled, cloudy and mostly dry with light winds. Less cold. Perhaps some hill-drizzle later. Max 7°C
Outlook: Monday/Tuesday could (not all models agree) see low pressure arrive from the west bringing some rain and breezy conditions. Midweek: high pressure builds once more settling things down.
Will colder weather arrive from the East? The next 7 days will open up the time-frame needed that will give us more of an idea. Stay tuned!
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December 2018 Stats
Max 12.1°C (2nd)
Min -0.1°C (14th)
Av. Dew Pt 5.0°C
Wettest 19.2mm (8th)
Av. Humidity 90%
Max Gust 41.4mph (8th)
Av. Wind Direction SW
Av. Pressure 1015.4 hPa
Rain 120.8mm (average)
Rain Days 20
Frost Days 1
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Have a great 2019!