Apart from a few showers recently the weather has remained settled and dry but cooler. After a very dry April, not often you get 22 days in a month without rain, May is following suit with only 3.2mm recorded so far. With little or no rain in the coming 7-10 days the watering of our gardens continues. But gardeners beware this Wednesday night will be a frosty one.
Thursday: A cold and frosty start for the early-risers. Dry with variable amounts of cloud and some sunny spells. Still a little cool in the shade. Max 13°C
Friday: Similar day. Chilly start with sunny spells. Cloud bubbling up during the day so the sun coming and going. Staying dry. Max 13°C
Weekend: A little warmer but still not too much in the way of sun
Saturday: A mostly cloudy dry day, but in any brightness it will feel less chilly. Max 14°C
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with a few bright spells. Small risk of drizzle later in the evening, lasting into Monday. Max 15°C
Outlook: Once Monday’s drizzle fades the dry and warmer theme returns with little or no rain as high pressure influences our weather. Temperatures lifting into the 20s which might trigger a shower later in the week.
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Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 13th of May 2020 at 2:10pm