Becoming warmer, sunnier and dry – Thursday 12th September 2019 – Sunday 15th September 2019

Hi all,

Our weather has been unsettled for a while now and with the remnants of ex-Hurricane Dorian bringing a wet and windy Wednesday morning, then ex-Tropical Storm Gabrielle on the way for Thursday, there will be little change over the 48 hours. BUT, high pressure is on the way and we have a much improved-weekend to look forward to.

Thursday: A bright start soon fading as cloud and patchy rain comes in from the west. A warm sector will bring some tropical air, so feeling humid and warm out there despite the conditions. Max 19°C

Thursday Dew Points

A brief spell of humid air on Thursday as dew points reach 14-15°C

Friday: High pressure arrives so a different day than recently. Plenty of dry weather with sunny spells. Feeling pleasant and less humid. Max 17°C

Weekend: Splendid.

Sunday's TEMP

Feeling much warmer this weekend – temperatures around 19-21°C

Saturday: A misty and chilly start, which will lift then a day of sunny spells and dry weather. Some fair-weather cloud at times and feeling warm in light winds. Max 18°C

Sunday: Some mist patches then sunny spells and warm. Light winds. Max 20°C

Next 10 days Rain

Total Rainfall to the 21st : Rain confined to the NW of the UK; little rain for us

Outlook: High pressure remains. Lots of dry weather. Very little rain over the coming 7 days. Variable cloud with sunny spells. Some mist and fog in the mornings. Temperatures 17-19°C.

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Thanks,
Jon

Forecast Issued: Wednesday 11th of September 2019 at 10am
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Drier for the Weekend – Thursday 5th September 2019 – Sunday 8th September 2019

Hi all,

Autumn is here and Summer has gone as if it never really arrived. I’m looking forward to the cooler days now and before you know it, the talk will be of frost and then snow. The Jet Stream is pretty much in control over the next day or so with some cooler air filtering down from the northwest at times; but improvements are there for the weekend.

Thursday: Sunny spells and windy with some showers developing late-morning and into the afternoon. A much better day than Wednesday. Max 15°C

Friday: Rain to start the day. This will clear into the afternoon and it will turn brighter with sunshine and showers. Breezy. Max 16°C

Weekend: Fresh with some sunshine and drier.

Saturday: Sunny spells and staying dry for most. Chance of a shower near the hills. Less windy. Cool overnight with temperatures well down into single-figures. Max 16°C

Sunday: Mostly dry with some bright spells. Cloud thicker towards evening with a chance of some drizzle on the hills. Max 16°C

Outlook: High pressure to the south-west might nudge in towards mid-month increasing the sunshine and temperatures.

August 2019 Stats

Max 28.8°C (25th)
Min 7.8°C (12th)
Av. 16.0°C
Av. Dew Pt 12.4°C
Wettest 34.8mm (9th)
Highest UV 7.2
Av. Humidity 80%
Av. Barometer 1012.7 hPa
Max Gust 39mph (10th)
Av. Wind Direction WSW
Rain 176.4mm
Rain Registered Days 21
Dry Days 10

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Thanks,
Jon

Forecast Issued: Wednesday the 4th of September at 18:00

Thursday 18th January 2018 – Sunday 21st January 2018

Hi all,

We are halfway through winter and we were reminded this week with snow returning to some parts as well as plenty of hail and some thundersnow. After last week’s dank slow-weather days we are back up and running with plenty to talk about. There is some more snow on the way.

Lightning 160118

Lightning Strikes: Tuesday saw thunder and lightning, giving some of us thundersnow

Thursday: The early hours and early morning will be very windy with 50-55mph gusts across the region as a low pressure moves through. The thinking was that this system would be named but it is now less intense and therefore hasn’t been christened. It will briefly become milder but during the morning winds will die down somewhat and it will become colder again. After all that we will see a day of sunshine and frequent thundery wintry showers which will fall as snow above 200M. Max 5°C

Snow showers on Friday

Wintry showers, including some snow, will be blown in again on Friday

Friday: A colder day and windy with more wintry showers feeding in. Again, these could be thundery with hail and snow. Snow showers expected almost anywhere but especially on higher ground where it is likely to settle. Max 3°C

Snow Depth cm by the end of Friday

Predicted snow depth (cm) by the end of Friday

Weekend: Saturday’s the day!

Saturday: A frosty start with snow-cover in places from yesterday’s showers. However a decent day ahead. Dry with sunny spells and cold. A perfect winter’s day. Max 4°C

Sunday: A cold start and perhaps briefly dry. Rain (timings still uncertain at this stage) will then move in from the west preceeded by snow in places, especially on the hills and Pennines, but all areas seeing it turn to rain as it becomes slowly milder later. A thaw of any remaining lying snow. Max 7°C

Outlook: Temperatures average for the time of year but with our weather favouring coming in from the Atlantic, we can expect some spells of rain at times. Chilly nights with some patchy frost.

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Thanks,
Jon

Forecast issued: 10:15am on Wednesday the 17th of January 2018
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