A cooler day today after a cold front moved through bringing fresher air and more in the way of cloudier skies as the recent sunny weather encountered a blip.
It’s been a very dry month and it’s still on course to be the driest April and any month that I have recorded ever. It’s not rained for 10 days now and it could even get to month-end without anymore measurable rainfall.
**Remember UV levels are now moderate to high and the sun is as strong as late-August so sun-cream is needed**
Thursday: High pressure regains charge of our weather. A cold start, with some mist and patchy frost then a glorious day. Light winds and warm sunshine. Max 16°C
Friday: Another cracker after a fresh start with some ground-frost. Becoming very warm under sunny skies and light winds. Max 18°C
Weekend: More sunshine but cooler.
Saturday: Sunny spells after early mist eventually lifts and a ground-frost to start. Plenty of sunny spells. Breeze picking up later. Max 16°C
Sunday: A little cooler and breezy and although we might start cloudy, sunny spells will develop. Max 14°C
Outlook: Remaining dry with variable amounts of cloud. Some cloudy mornings but brighter afternoons. It looks like low pressure will flirt with the fringes of the UK but we could well make it to the start of May without anymore rain.
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Forecast Issued at 8:20pm on Wednesday the 21st of April 2021.