Thursday 17th September 2015 – Sunday 20th September 2015

Hi all,

After a settled week last week with some welcome pleasant September sunshine our weather returned to the norm with some Autumnal conditions. These are set to continue but it does show signs of settling down for the weekend.

Thursday will start chilly with some local mist patches. These will clear away and leave a day of bright spells and with the odd shower. Max 15°C.

On to Friday and a similar outlook. Sunshine and showers. Some of these could be on the heavy side though with a rumble or two of thunder. They ease later in the day as a ridge of high pressure builds from the west. Max 16°C.

So how’s the weekend looking? Dry and settled, so we can’t grumble.

Saturday might be cloudy at first but bright or sunny spells will develop. Still a risk of an isolated shower in the morning. Overall a dry picture and lighter winds. Max 16°C.

As we enter Sunday, much of the same. Sunny spells and pleasant in any sunshine. Mainly dry and temperatures still a little cooler than they should be at this time of the year. Max 16°C

Any clear spells over the weekend would see some chilly nights with temperatures into single-figures and with a risk of localised mist or fog.

Looking ahead into next week and we have little change in the temperatures but maybe a change to more showery conditions once again, possibly as early as Monday. 

August 2015 Stats: Warmest 25.6°C (22nd); Coldest 7.7°C (16th); Wettest 28.8mm (14th); Windiest 30mph (4th); Total Rainfall 71.2mm.

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Thanks,
Jon

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