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West Coast Weather w/c 27th October

  
  
  

With most of the leaves now off the trees and the wind starting to bring in colder breezes its not hard to believe that winter is just around the corner. However the change of clocks last night at least makes the mornings seem easier even if the down side is that the evenings will start closing in and definately - for us - that will mean that the curtains will be closed even earlier but thats even more of an excuse to snuggle down beside a log fire with a nice book and kind malt to enjoy!

In reality we can look back at tis autumn having been quite kind with a late fall of leaves and then some stronger winds to help them off the trees and make the teams job easier to clear them up and prepare for winter. When I checked my mothers sun machine for the last month it showed that many days had as much sunshine as peak summer and even though it was cooler it was at least dry and bright. 

So whats ahead for next week:

Today: Rain at first but soon dying out to clear skies and light winds. Winds then freshen with blustery showers spreading from west, 

Monday: Frequent showers, turning squally with heavy rain, or hail and thunder. South becoming southwest winds will reach gale force in showers with surface water and spray making travel difficult.

Tuesday: Bright at first but showers developing, turning cooler and breezier

Wednesday: Fairly repetitive but more persistent rain due in through the afternoon.

Thursday:The end of the week looks unsettled with showers or longer spells of rain, and generally windy so Thursday provides a lull before the storm!

Friday: Probably strong winds possibly gale force and potentially a very wet and windy day.

Saturday: Not much better but the wind will begin to die down later in the day and lead to a period of calm.

 

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