All sides of Autumn

Wednesday 17 November 2010, 14:00

Derek Brockway Derek Brockway

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We're seeing all sides of Autumn this week.

Yesterday saw thick fog, frost and even blue sky and sunshine in places but today the wind and rain has returned with a vengeance.

Mumbles Head near Swansea was one of the wettest places with over an inch and a half falling in 12 hours.

The heavy rain has inevitably led to some flooding and at the time of writing, there are 2 flood watches in force.

The highest wind gusts so far were 58mph, recorded at both Aberdaron on the Lleyn Peninsula and Capel Curig in Snowdonia.

The band of heavy rain is moving slowly north east with drier and clearer weather following along behind.

Latest pressure chart from the Met Office

The latest pressure chart from the Met Office

Low pressure over Ireland will push more showers and rain across the country tonight and into tomorrow but the rain will not be as intense as it has been today.

Friday looks better! Generally drier and brighter with a few showers in the west. And then over the weekend it looks like turning colder with east to north-easterly winds.

Take care


Derek

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