A blip in settled weather – Thursday 24th October 2019 – Sunday 27th October 2019

Hi all,

Finally some settled weather. In fact that’s 6 days out of the last 7 without measurable rainfall. That said, some rain is set to return and with it a weather warning.

Thursday: A band of showery rain will move through, weakening all of the time. Bright spells following on, odd shower and a cool night under clear spells. Max 12°C

Friday's Rain

If you’ve outdoor plans Friday night then expect it to be very wet


Friday:
A dry start but cloud soon increasing as an area of low pressure tracks up from the south-west. Rain, heavy at times will arrive into the afternoon and last for the rest of the day with a weather warning in place for a risk of flooding. Parts of the Pennines could see in excess of 75mm. Windy for a time too. Parts of the North Pennines could see a short spell of sleet or wet-snow on the northern edge of the rain-band. Cold. Max 9°C

Friday's wind

Friday’s low pressure brings us rain and strong winds to southern parts of the UK (perhaps a named-storm)


Weekend: Improving all the while.

Saturday: Heavy rain set to clear away during late-morning/early afternoon followed by a cold northwesterly airflow with some bright spells and perhaps a shower. Breezy. Colder. Ground-frost overnight. Max 11°C

Sunday: A frosty start possible in places then a dry day with sunny spells. A cold night follows with a touch of ground-frost. Max 11°C

Outlook: Several days of more settled weather with sunny spells and misty/foggy mornings with a touch of ground-frost. Becoming more unsettled towards the end of the week but this is still uncertain.

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Thanks,
Jon

Forecast Issued at 2:30pm on Wednesday the 23rd of October 2019
Images: www.theweatheroutlook.com

 

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