16/12/18 Latest 24 hour forecast + further outlook.

  • 16 Dec 2018

Today
A lot of cloud around although a few brighter spells are possible at first. Showers will also move through at times, some of which may be heavy with the risk of hail. Later on in the afternoon a band of more persistent rain will move through which is also likely to be heavy at times.
Temperature 9’c to 11’c
Wind SW 12-19mph becoming S 18-26mph
Rainfall 3-6mm

Tonight
Early showery rain moving away to leave a much drier and clearer spell.
Temperature 5’c to 6’c although a few sheltered rural parts could fall as low as 3’c but as high as 8’c on windward coasts
Wind WNW 25mph gusting to  34mph becoming 19-24mph
Rainfall 1-2mm

Tomorrow
A bright and mostly sunny start to the day although as we move through the late morning/early afternoon some high thin cloud will start to push in from the west and this gradually increasing bringing the risk of some patchy light rain.
Temperature 10’c to 12’c
Wind W 10-14mph becoming SW 17-21mph
Rainfall 0.1-1mm

Further Outlook
The rest of the week looks rather unsettled with spells of rain and strong winds at times with Tuesday looking wet and windy followed by bright, breezy and showery conditions on Wednesday and Thursday with further strong winds and spells of rain on Friday.
Any warnings will be issued nearer the time.