Our under average temperatures are likely to continue for some time as our climate pattern appears caught in a bit of a rut. We punt the cold air for Monday and begin the moderation process under largely sunny skies (after some patchy fog). The Met Office has warned of a threat of ‘prolonged rain’ in southern England for the following fortnight – and there are fears that this August could the wettest in no less than three years. Brilliant blue skies and sunshine on tap again in the present day, and we’ll run almost ten degrees warmer than yesterday, with low humidity and highs within the upper 60s to around 70. Temperatures will fall via the low 60s and higher 50s for trick or treaters this evening, under primarily clear skies.
There is a cold front simply west of us that may edge toward the world right now and tonight,… Read the rest Read more