Monday 1st March 2021

Staying mostly dry but becoming colder.

Thanks to Paul for the photograph. You still have time if you want to send me a photograph for the spring forecast – ideally add it to the Facebook post from Friday to keep them all in one place please!

Some clear spells at first tonight, but low cloud building as the night goes on with mist and fog in places by dawn, down to around 2’C.

Tuesday still has high pressure in control, centred to our east at the moment with a light southerly breeze.

Starting cloudy with mist and fog in places, this will gradually lift to leave long spells of sunshine – say from around midday, give or take. 12’C. Becoming cloudy overnight, mist or fog in places, a small chance of a light shower also, down to around 3’C.

Wednesday sees a small area of low pressure move up from the south-west. It will be mostly cloudy, a bit of sunshine at times, but also some occasional showery rain. Mild, 13’C. Further showers at first overnight, down to around 5’C.

Thursday sees a change to colder conditions as high pressure migrates to our north-west allowing a colder flow to return.

It will be mostly cloudy, a bit of brightness in the afternoon but the odd light shower possible too. Becoming breezy and feeling colder than of late, 6’C. Mostly cloudy overnight and fairly cold, down to around 2’C.

Friday looks mostly cloudy, though a bit more in the way of sunshine than on Thursday. Chilly at 7’C though lighter wind again. Clear spells overnight and frosty, down to around -2’C.

Saturday sees high pressure over the UK. Some sunshine, especially in the morning but cloud will bubble up to a fair extent. 7’C. Mostly clear overnight, frosty, down to around -3’C.

Sunday should stay dry but it looks like weather fronts will be trying to push in from the west by this point.

Next week likely starts changeable with some rain at times and temperatures still a little chilly.

Hopefully I will get my spring forecast written either tomorrow or Wednesday after work.

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