May 2nd, Latest forecast

  • 02 May 2021
A yellow wind warning is in force. Click/tap here for more info

Sunny spells will soon give way to cloudier conditions along with scattered showers. The highest risk of showers will be in central and eastern parts at first but also including more northern parts of the island by mid afternoon with areas further south and west remaining dry and mostly sunny throughout the day. Much like the last few days we may see hail and possibly sleet mixed in to the heaviest showers however the risk of thunder is very low.
Temperature 10c to 12c but falling close to 3c to 4c in any showers
Wind N 5-11mph becoming variable for a time in central and eastern parts before generally turning WSW 9-16mph by mid afternoon
Rainfall 0-5mm with localised rainfall possible

Gradually increasing cloud amounts along with an increasing breeze will prevent any frost from forming overnight. It will remain dry however despite the increasing amounts of cloud.
Temperature 3c to 5c at first but slowly rising as the night goes on
Wind WSW 4-10mph increasing to 8-16mph by dawn

Perhaps  some early brightness but the cloud will increase gradually through the day ahead of a large area of rain arrives by mid/late afternoon. There may well be the odd scattered shower developing ahead of the main rain band but these will be few and far between.
Temperature 10c to 12c
Wind SW 14-26mph becoming SSW 25-46mph later
Rainfall 2-4mm