Clocks go back this weekend

Friday 28 October 2011, 15:25

Derek Brockway Derek Brockway

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It's been a changeable month weather-wise as you'd expect at this time of year.

It started off with a heatwave and record breaking temperatures on 1 October followed by rain, gales and flooding in Pembrokeshire but apart from a little frost it's been mild. In fact this October will be one of the warmest since records began.

We're enjoying plenty of sunshine today but there is a change on the way over the weekend.

It's going to turn milder. The wind will pick-up as well with rain and drizzle on the way.

By the look of it Halloween could turn out wet and breezy with the rain clearing to leave Tuesday bright and breezy with scattered showers.

More wet and windy is on the cards for Wednesday and some heavy rain is likely with strong to gale force winds.

Don't forget that British summer time ends this weekend - the clocks go back by one hour early on Sunday morning but on the plus side that does mean an extra hour in bed!

Derek

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