We’ve been waiting for this.
And now that the kids are heading back to school, Mother Nature has pulled a classic prank and lined up a decent period of dry weather to show us what we were missing all summer.
If you do happen to be able to hit the beach and catch the last of the year’s rays, Saturday and Sunday are looking good.
Today, Thursday, will be marred with lingering rain, drizzle, and mist to start, clearing later with sunny spells and scattered showers for the rest of today and highest temperatures of 17 to 20 degrees.
We can expect mist and fog patches at first tomorrow, Friday, and a few showers: “Sunny spells will gradually increase as the day goes on, but the showers will too.” said a forecaster.
“Some slow-moving heavy downpours are possible, bringing potential for spot flooding. Highest temperatures of 17 to 20 degrees in light variable breezes.”
Showers will die out early on Friday night, and it will become mostly dry with clear spells as the experts predict we can look forward to it becoming “warmer and broadly settled this weekend with high pressure building.”
‘Broadly settled conditions’
“Saturday will start out rather dull with low cloud, mist, and fog in many areas, and perhaps the odd patch of drizzle. The cloud will gradually break up into sunny spells by the afternoon to give a dry day for most, though the odd shower can’t be ruled out. Highest temperatures of 19 to 22 degrees. ”
Any patchy low cloud at first on Sunday will soon clear to a mix of cloud and spells of hazy sunshine with top temperatures of 18 to 22 degrees.
“Current indications suggest high pressure will remain dominant at least through Tuesday bringing broadly settled conditions with only small amounts of rain. The forecast becomes more uncertain later next week. Temperatures do look like they will remain on the warm side of average though.” added the forecasters.