It was a chilly start to the week with northerly winds and the temperatures will stay slightly below average.
After a chilly start, Thursday will be bright but thickening cloud from the north will bring isolated showery rain. Some places staying dry. Cool with highs of 15°C.
Yesterday’s showers clear to a day of bright spells and occasional afternoon showers on Friday. Still not warm, highs of 16°C.
A cold start on Saturday but a promising day with sunny spells and generally dry with an outside chance of an early shower or two. Highs of 16°C.
Sunday looks a bright day with sunny spells turning hazy later. Risk of rain into the evening and overnight. Highs of 16°C.
Looking ahead for Bank Holiday Monday it looks like the Atlantic will feed us with showery rain from time to time and a little breezy. Highs of 16°C.
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Hope you all enjoyed the Easter break which saw some warm sunshine at times. We now have replaced this with more unsettled conditions.
Thursday looks like having a bright morning after a chilly start in some rural spots. However, showers will become quite frequent during the afternoon and some of them could be heavy with possible thunder. Highs of 15’C so not too bad in the brightness.
Friday seems a less lively day concerning showers. Mainly cloudy with some brightness throughout the day. An isolated shower is possible but not as widespread as on Thursday. Highs of 14’C.
The weekend seems to start off reasonable but still unsettled.
Saturday sees a bright morning but it should become breezy into the afternoon with rain spreading across the region. Feeling a little cooler with the cloud and rain. Clearer conditions into the evening. Highs of 13’C.
Sunday will be a day of sunshine and showers. These quite heavy again with hail or thunder. Showers easing away a little into the evening. Highs of 15’C.
Looking ahead it seems to remain unsettled with average temperatures. To keep up-to-date on your local weather, follow Jon, @ChadWeather on Twitter.