Posted: Fri 1st May 2015

May Bank Holiday Weather – Deeside

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, May 1st, 2015

BBQ’s, beer and rain coats? its the first of the two May bank holidays this weekend and weather locally looks to be OK, temperatures will be about average for the time of year, little bit of rain knocking around, but in general its not to bad with Friday and Monday being the pick of the next four days.  

Friday will be a fairly bright and warmish day with some hazy sunshine, cloud will increase during the course of the day with a slight chance of rain. Temperatures will rise to around 14°C

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Saturday will be a breezy day with possible rain later in the afternoon but generally dry during the morning and early afternoon, top temperatures will be around 10 to 13°Celsius.Sunday rain and showers are forecast and low cloud developing, temperatures on Sunday should rise a little higher reaching 12 to 16° Celsius with a moderate to fresh breeze.

Sunday rain and showers are forecast and low cloud developing, temperatures on Sunday should rise a little higher reaching 12 to 16° Celsius with a moderate to fresh breeze.Bank holiday Monday should be a better day – it will be drier and brighter with some sunshine although there is a possibility of the odd shower. Highest temperatures will be around the seasonal average in the range of 12 to 16° Celsius.

Bank holiday Monday should be a better day – it will be drier and brighter with some sunshine although there is a possibility of the odd shower. Highest temperatures will be around the seasonal average in the range of 12 to 16° Celsius.

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Data: Met Office

Images: Met Office

 

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