Rain on the horizon – Thursday 4th March 2021 – Sunday 7th March 2021

Hi,

Winter is over and done with and the weather has settled down. We’ve had some gorgeous sunny blue skies recently, which meant it felt very pleasant during the day, despite not being that warm, and with some frosty nights thrown in. Now, we’ve joined the rest of England & Wales with more in the way of cloud and misty mornings. It’s not exactly rained a lot recently; time for that to change you’d think.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy and a cooler air-mass feeding in from the north-east later in the day and with it the odd shower. A chilly breeze. Patchy frost under any clear spells overnight. Max 7°C Min 1°C

Friday: Perhaps some bright spells for the morning. Cloud increasing and becoming mostly overcast. Cool but with light winds as high pressure sits over us. Max 7°C Min 0°C

Weekend: Mostly dry and settled but change ahead.

Saturday: Cloudy and dry with a few sunny spells here and there. Max 7°C Min 1°C

Sunday: Bright spells for the morning but cloud thickening later. Some showers possible before the day is out. Breezy. Max 8°C Min 3°C

Outlook: Becoming unsettled with periods of showery rain coming in from the Atlantic. More significant rain and windier as the week progresses. So the rain returns and with temperatures around normal it will feel chilly at times.

The Atlantic influence returns next week

February 2021 Stats

Max 12.9°C (24th)
Min -4.3°C (11th)
Av. 4.7°C
Av. Dew Pt 2.0°C
Wettest 17.6mm (2nd)
Av. Humidity 83%
Av. Barometer 1014.3 hPa
Max Gust 36mph (19th)
Av. Wind Direction SSE
Rain 70mm
Rain Registered Days 14
Dry Days 15
Air Frosts 8
Snow Falling Days 3

Follow @ChadWeather on Twitter for the latest forecasts.

Thanks,
Jon

Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 3rd of March 2021 at 6:10pm
Image: http://www.wxcharts.eu

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