Another two warm fronts are imminent

The temperature recovered a little on Tuesday, thanks to a gentle southwesterly breeze and some brightness, that saw the thermometer rise above average for the first time in five days with a peak of 9.0C at 14.15. Day light hours were dry. The cloud cover again meant a mild night as the cloud minimised warmth escaping into the atmosphere, with a low of 6.6C at 07.28 on Wednesday.

Wednesday revealed a cloudy start to the day but relatively high cloud base. However, two warm fronts are heading our way today that will likely mean some precipitation around mid-afternoon brought on the continuing southwesterly light air stream. The barometer pressure is heading downwards again as another depression approaches.