Dry few days in store as rain due to subside this afternoon
The heavy rain we’ve been experiencing this morning will die away this afternoon, leading to a dry and sunny day on Friday.
That’s the verdict of Louth Weather in their latest forecast for the next few days.
While some showers are likely on Saturday, it is likely to be a dry weekend overall.
Louth Weather said: “BACKGROUND: Yet again we have another very slow moving Low over southern England which is feeding showers or longer periods of rain over us today. Tomorrow Friday we lie between two lows, so a decent day. On Friday night and into Saturday, the outer bands of the next Low cross over us. A weak ridge of high pressure should bring more settled conditions on Sunday. Cooler than average.
“THURSDAY – Last night some areas got flooded while others had very little rain. This trend continues today. Bands of rain circulating around the Low will feed in off The Irish Sea. Exactly where they occur is impossible to predict, but all areas should get a few hours rainfall today. The rain will die away late this afternoon. Moderate NE winds. Cool at 8°C. Dry but cold tonight with frost.
“FRIDAY – A cold frosty start. A dry day with lots of sunshine. Light northerly breeze becoming southerly later. Max 8°C.
“SATURDAY – Cloudy with rain or showers on and off throughout the day, but some good dry periods too. Moderate NW winds. Cold at 7°C.
“SUNDAY – Dry with some decent sunny spells. Light variable winds. Max 8°C.”
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