The final blog of this winter as meteorological Spring arrives on Sunday. February turned out to be the wettest month I’ve ever recorded and we’re not done yet. Rumours have started of ‘summer’ arriving, which means some sun, warmer and drier conditions but is there actually any sign of this? First, some snow.
Thursday: The morning will start with a spell of rain, sleet and snow (warning in place). This will quickly clear away to the southeast to be replaced by sunny spells and the odd wintry shower. Still feeling cold. Max 6°C
Friday: Dry and bright start but cloud soon thickening to bring rain (some hill-snow possible at first). Breezy and eventually milder later via a warm sector. Warning in place for the rain. Max 8°C
Weekend: Yet more rain/showers then colder again.
Saturday: Heavy rain for the morning, will sweep east to be followed by sunshine and showers, some beefy with hail and thunder. These turning wintry on the hills later as it turns colder again. Windy. Max 8°C
Sunday: Sunny spells and showers. Some wintry and again we can’t rule out hail and the odd rumble of thunder. Windy. Max 6°C
Outlook: Remaining chilly with temperatures below average. Still showery but signs of it settling down after next weekend. No sign yet of any significantly warmer weather.
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Forecast Issued: Wednesday 26th of February 2020 at 7:45pm