A mostly dry and uninspiring day with fair amounts of cloud around and a few brighter spells breaking out throughout the day. Patchy showers possibly arriving into the northwest later on in the day. A maximum temperature of 10°C.
Down on the farm, Farmer Honey’s given up on the idea of Veganuary already. Instead, he headed down to the nearest kebab house and ordered the biggest doner he could get his hands on. He ate it under three minutes and spent 3 hours in a food coma.
Foggy patches clearing away to leave us with a gloriously sunny day. There will be some light clouds around but who gives a shit? A maximum temperature of 6°C.
Down on the farm, Farmer Honey’s decided to try out Dry January. He visited the local Co-op to buy some bottled water and came back with 24 cans of Skol. He’ll be starting again tomorrow.
A cold, crisp winter’s day with plenty of sunshine in eastern and central areas. Any fog that’s hanging around in the morning will lift but patchy cloud will remain in the west. A maximum temperature of 6°C.
Down on the farm, Farmer and Mrs Honey have recovered from the shits and have been planning a romantic day together. They’ve booked into a local hotel and are hoping to get some rumpy pumpy in before heading out for a romantic meal. Farmer Honey’s packed his viagra and Mrs Honey has packed her Richard Clayderman CD.
After any freezing fog patches melt away, we can expect a shiny springlike day with big yellow blobs of sunshine all over Wales. Feeling cold with light winds. Maximum temperature of 5°C.
Down on the farm, 2019 hasn’t got off to the best of starts as Mr and Mrs Honey have come down with the shits. Farmer Honey’s been blaming it on a bad pint of Skol but Mrs Honey is convinced that it’s the dodgy kebabs they had on New Year’s Eve. Either way, there are some awful noises coming from the farmhouse.
Grey, grumbly skies with rain and drizzle moving southwards throughout the day. As it clears from the north, Wales can expect shiny sunshiney skies. Becoming dry later. Maximum temperature 10°C.
Down on the farm, we’ve been saying goodbye to 2018 and hello to 2019 by all heading into the barn and getting jiggy with one another. Nothing like a big sheep love session to start the new year.
Another boringly grey and dismal day with nothing to report apart from some slight drizzle and erm…that’s about it. Maximum temperature 12°C.
Down on the farm, we’re getting ready for New Year’s Eve by preparing for our fancy dress party. Dai Llama’s coming as Donald Trump, Dolly’s got herself a Wonder Woman outfit while I’m still deciding between H from Steps or Derek Brockway. It’s so hard being me.
A grey and miserable day, with drizzly rain edging south, leaving the north brighter later on. Light rain arriving in the north overnight. That’s about as boring as it gets. Maximum temperature 12°C.
Down on the farm, we’re all still recovering from Christmas so we’ve packed away the tree and all the decorations and Farmer Honey’s been down the local Kwik Save to stock up on some Cadbury’s Creme Eggs.
It appears that despite today’s sunny skies, there’s a shitload of rain and thunder on its way to Wales for tomorrow.
Tonight will start mostly clear, especially in the north. Cloud will bubble up overnight though, bringing showers and then some heavy and thundery rain. Minimum Temperature 12°C.
Tomorrow (Thursday) will be an unsettled day, although there will be bouts of some sunshine in parts. Where there is rain, it will be heavy and thundery, with the possibility of leading to some local flooding.
It is advised that all attractive females put on their thin white cotton Rain Deflectors like the one above, pictures of which, you can inbox to my private email address. Maximum Temperature 22°C.
Down here on the farm, we’ll be battening down the hatches and cwtching up with tea, biscuits and an old movie.
It looks like we could well be in for another bout of angry thunderstorms as another mass of warm air moves up from the south tomorrow (Friday).
I can’t quite be certain where the storms will hit but when they do, you’ll know about it.
Here’s what the big boss man at the Weather Centre has to say about it all:
“On Friday evening another hot and increasingly humid airmass is expected to spread into the south from the Continent. This airmass looks conducive to the development of isolated thunderstorms during the evening across England and Wales which could become more frequent later in the night as they spread northwards towards Scotland. With large amounts of energy again available in this atmosphere storms could be severe, with torrential downpours and large hail. 30 mm of rain is possible in less than an hour, with as much as 50 mm possible in 3 hours very locally.
Large uncertainty remains regarding areas most at risk from storms, and many areas will miss these altogether, staying largely dry. However, where they do develop, disruption is possible.”
Cwtch up tight Weatherchums!
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