What a miserable day it has been today, with nearly an inch of rain here (23mm). Winds are set to increase this evening and set to be at their strongest on Thursday morning as our weather enters an unsettled spell. Take it easy out there on your commute tomorrow morning. But will it last into next week?
Thursday: The rain from yesterday’s deep area of low pressure will have now turned showery, some of these wintry on the hills, possible hail with thunder and lightning. Feeling cool with strong winds, gusting locally to 55mph, especially for the morning. Max 8°C
Friday: Continuing windy with bright spells and heavy, frequent showers, again wintry on the tops and don’t be surprised to see hail and encounter thunder & lightning once more. Max 8°C
Weekend: Little change.
Saturday: The theme continues, bright spells with blustery, some wintry, showers after overnight/early morning rain. Windy. Max 7°C
Sunday: Fewer showers are expected with some sunny spells. Winds easing but still breezy. Not too bad if you can dodge the showers. Rain looks set to return in the evening though. Max 8°C
Outlook: Some further showers or spells of rain to start Monday but then high pressure should build and settle things down and become the dominant feature of next week. Not wall-to-wall sunshine but variable cloud and dry and settled. Temperatures around average with currently no sign of Winter returning or a burst of Spring-warmth.
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Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 10th of March 2021 at 5:15pm