The showers arrived again on Friday making this the tenth successive day with rain, although recently much more in the form of showers than incessant rain. The total rainfall on Friday amounted to 1.8mm
The westerly wind meant a cooler day with the thermometer not exceeding 13.3C, which was 1.3C below average as the cooler air from the Arctic began to make itself felt. Overnight, with mainly clear skies, the thermometer again dropped well below average (-3.2C) with a low of 3.9C.
Saturday saw brightness after dawn and stronger sunshine just after 08.00. The wind is currently from the west but will slowly veer into the northwest as the day progresses heralding a cool weekend with air coming from Iceland.