Colder but short-lived – Thursday 19th November 2020 – Sunday 22nd November 2020

Hi all,

Winter is fast approaching and we will certainly feel the nip in the air for a short while this week. As the winds drag some colder conditions down from the North, expect some blue sunnier skies but it doesn’t last long as rain and milder temperatures return.

Thursday: A cold and windy start with showers moving south-east. With colder air in place these could be wintry on the Pennines, but they won’t hang around for long. The day will turn dry with plenty of sunny spells. Feeling much colder especially in the wind. Patchy frost for the first half of the night. Max 7°C

A brief plunge of colder air from the North for Thursday

Friday: Thicker cloud now covers the region with rain returning from the West quickly and feeling chilly. Becoming milder by evening. It will turn breezy. Max 11°C

Weekend: Improving slowly.

Saturday: The cloudy picture continues with rain at times adjusting to showers later. Windy and mild. Max 12°C

Sunday: A better day with sunny spells and the odd shower. Breezy and feeling cooler. Max 10°C

Outlook: Disappointing really. A lot of cloud with some patchy rain at times. Often breezy and temperatures around normal, 8-11°C. Hints of something brighter but colder towards the end of the week.

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Thanks for reading.
Jon

Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 18th of November 2020 at 16:40.
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Turning Unsettled Once Again – Thursday 12th November 2020 – Sunday 15th November 2020

Hi all,

We have entered Lockdown 2 and the weather hasn’t offered much in the way of activity, boring some might say. As this week progresses we do see more in the way of movement with rain and wind returning. With only three weeks to go until winter, there is also no sign of any early cold snap with our weather staying mostly on the mild side with no frosts.

Thursday: Showers to start, moving away sharply to be replaced by sunny spells. Breezy and cooler. Cloudier later in the afternoon and showers by evening. Max 11°C

Friday: Overnight rain should be out of the way early leaving a day of bright or sunny spells. Odd shower possible. Breezy. Max 10°C

Weekend: Plenty of rain and showers.

Saturday: Any bright spells fading fast as rain arrives and low pressure takes hold. Rain turning showery later and a windy day. Milder. Max 14°C

A weekend of bands of rain followed by showers

Sunday: The Jet Stream is back controlling the weather so breezy with frequent showers throughout the day. Cool. Max 12°C

Outlook: Bright spells and a few showers to start then high pressure has a chance to start to build to our south, slowing the progress of the Jet Stream. This means we become more settled and again drift into a ‘boring’ spell of mild weather.

October 2020 Stats

Max 16.6°C (20th)
Min 3.1°C (13th)
Av. 9.4°C
Av. Dew Pt 7.4°C
Wettest 27.6mm (3rd)
Av. Humidity 87%
Av. Barometer 1007.3 hPa
Max Gust 33.4mph (31st)
Av. Wind Direction WSW
Rain 155.4mm
Rain Registered Days  24
Dry Days 7

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Thanks for reading.
Jon 

Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 11th of November 2020 at 8:55pm
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