26/1/19 Latest 36 hour forecast + Yellow Weather Warning

  • 26 Jan 2019


Perhaps some early brightness but the cloud will soon thicken up to bring a few showery outbreaks of rain, especially as we move through the afternoon. Later in the afternoon/evening a band of more persistent rain will move through and some of this rain is likely to be very heavy for a short time with the risk of hail mixed in and accompanied by a spell of very gusty winds.
Temperature 9’c to 11’c
Wind WSW 21-27mph becoming SW 26mph gusting to 35mph but as high as 50mph for a short time later
Rainfall 1-3mm

Rain at first which may be heavy but this will soon clear away to give some clearer spells before further areas of cloud move in from the English channel bringing a few showers which may be heavy with hail and thunder mixed in. Later in the night the showers will become lighter and much less frequent although they may also become wintry with the risk of a little sleet mixed in.
Temperature 3’c to 5’c
Wind WSW 32mph gusting to 48mph becoming NW 27mph gusting to 39mph and increasing to 37mph gusting to 53mph by dawn
Rainfall 2-4mm

A much brighter but colder day with sunny spells, patchy cloud and just the odd light shower although many places remaining dry. It will be windy throughout the day with a significant wind chill.
Temperature 5’c to 6’c Wind chill -3’c
Wind NW 36mph gusting to 54mph
Rainfall 0-1mm (localised rainfall possible)