Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013 11:31pm IST
TONIGHT: Mostly clear overnight allowing temperatures to dip to between 4c and 6c in a light to moderate N wind. A few isolated showers may develop towards dawn.
TOMORROW: A cool day with a moderate to fresh north wind. Isolated showers in the morning will develop becoming more widespread and heavy during the afternoon with some strong gusts at times also. Highs of just 10c to 12c at best. OVERNIGHT: Showers becoming more isolated once more in the late evening and the night should become mostly dry. Winds will slacken also. Lows of 4c to 6c once more, perhaps lower in areas sheltered from the N breeze allowing a slight frost to develop.
FRIDAY: Another cool day with a light to moderate north to northwest wind. Apart from an isolated shower or two, the day should be dry. Temperatures will recover a little on Thursdays values with highs reaching 14c. OVERNIGHT: Cold, clear and calm. Lows of 1c to 4c allowing a ground frost to develop before dawn.
THE WEEKEND: The weekend looks set to remain mostly if not completely dry with the chance of any showers being quite small and only reserved for Sunday. The nights will be distinctly cool as clear and calm conditions are expected. This will allow temperatures to dip to low single figures allowing for a frost to develop around dawn. The days will be fair with good sunny spells and highs reaching 16c or 17c in light westerly breezes.
FURTHER OUTLOOK: Present indications suggest a return to more unsettled weather early next week and temperatures will drop below normal once more.
Thursday, May 16th, 2013 12:09am IST
TONIGHT: Chilly with increasing high-level cloud from the west though it should remain dry throughout. Some ground frost likely. Lows of 1c to 5c in near calm conditions.
TOMORROW: After a fine start, cloud will bubble up and some showers will develop. These will become slow moving with hail and thunder possible. Cool, with highs of around 12c at best in light southerly breezes. OVERNIGHT: Cold and clear with temperatures dropping close to 0c resulting in ground frost – with some air frost possible. Winds will be calm.
FRIDAY: Again, after a bright sunny start cloud will bubble up throughout the morning and heavy showers will develop. Highs of 12c to 13c in light to moderate NE breezes. OVERNIGHT: Cool with cloud slowly increasing from the east. Lows of 2c to 4c in light NE breezes. Remaining mostly dry. Ground frost possible, especially early.
OUTLOOK: Mostly cloudy for much of the day on Saturday with a high chance of rain developing during the late morning or early afternoon. The rain may become persistent and heavy during the late afternoon and evening. Winds moderate to fresh NE. Highs of just 9c or 10c in the rain so possibly feeling bitterly cold for the time of year, though – should the rain hold off to the east then temperatures will climb up to 12c or 13c.
Any rain should clear Sunday morning but some light showers will soon break out in a light north to northeast breeze. Highs near 16c. Beyond that it looks like becoming a little warmer with high pressure beginning to take hold delivering drier weather for the early days of next week.
Saturday, May 4th, 2013 8:14pm IST
TONIGHT: Rather cloudy with patchy mist, drizzle and light rain – but amounts will be quite small. Winds light SW. Lows of 8c to 10c.
SUNDAY: After a rather cloudy start with some patchy drizzle, sunny spells will develop and some prolonged sunshine during the afternoon. Feeling rather mild in the light to moderate SW breeze. Highs of 15c to 17c. OVERNIGHT: Patchy cloud and light winds – some local fog or mist. Lows of 6c to 8c.
BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY: Rather cloudy – though a few sunny spells in light to moderate SW winds. Highs of 16c.