Bank holiday weather on Deeside, yep you guessed it!
Current band of rain travelling over Flintshire this morning
Rain, wind and chilly temperatures have been a feature of the weather on Deeside this week and the conditions look set to continue over the bank holiday weekend.
Summer appears to have deserted us with rain and temperatures only expected to a maximum of 15°C on Friday and Saturday, light showers are forecast for Friday, clearing up in the afternoon however, rain will return on Saturday morning and is expected to be a feature for most of the day.
Sunday could see the highest temperatures of the Bank Holiday weekend reaching 17°C in Connah’s Quay, there’s a chance of the odd shower on Sunday however its expected to be mainly dry and fine.
Monday see’s traditional wet bank holiday weather with temperatures reaching a maximum of 16°C which is, believe it or not, slightly about the ‘mean’ average for August.
Up to 45 per cent of AA members surveyed said they will likely drive this August bank holiday weekend, averaging 50-60 miles a day.
This equates to around 16 million drivers on the roads on what will be a packed weekend of leisure and sporting events, says the AA.
The largest event in the area this bank holiday is Creamfields which stradles the M56 corridor around Daresbury, the festival attracts 60,000 people a day over the weekend and will add a little something extra to M56 motoring.
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