It’s been another wet month, especially so earlier in the month and after last Friday and Saturday’s deluge, which saw over 2 inches of rain fall in 24 hours. It’s turned colder recently but is there any truth of snow on the way?
Thursday: After the recent dry and cold spell, change is on the way but we squeeze out one more dry day. High pressure is starting to drift away. Bright spells, becoming cloudy later in the day with patchy rain coming in from the south-west overnight. Max 11°C
Friday: Cloudy with showery rain during the day. Some heavier bursts at times. Feeling milder but breezy. Max 13°C
Weekend: Low pressure in charge
Saturday: Cloudy with rain at times. There will be some drier slots too. Still quite mild with the breeze picking up. Max 12°C
Sunday: Sunshine and showers, some heavy with hail. Windy and a little fresher. Max 11°C
Outlook: Remaining unsettled with rain or showers at times. The first couple of weeks in November look to be wetter than average. No sign of any snow but it could well turn colder around the 11th as a north or northeasterly airflow sets in; so watch this space. [Update: Small chance of a cold snap on the 5th – eyes peeled on this one]
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Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 30th of October at 16:20