Hi Weatherchums. Derek the Weathesheep here.
I’ve got a weather warning for you – that’s if you live in lovely Wales of course. There are some weather fronts moving into the country that are going to bring high winds and rain.
Here’s what the big boss man down at the Weather Centre says:
“An unseasonably windy spell is likely across many parts of the UK later on Monday, overnight and well into Tuesday, as active frontal systems sweep across the UK. An initial swathe of southerly gales accompanied by heavy rain will move east across many parts later on Monday, giving gusts of 40-50 mph widely but 60-70 mph across exposed Irish Sea and perhaps some English Channel coasts. Winds will become west or southwesterly on Tuesday, with further gusts to 40-50 mph more locally, before gradually easing later. Large waves will affect some coasts in the west and south at times.
Given the unseasonable nature of the winds, the public should be aware of the potential for disruption to transport and outdoor activities. Damage to some trees seems likely”
Please watch out for flying wheelie bins, stay safe and cwtch up tight.
Afternoon, Weatherchums. Yes, sadly there’s a shitload of rain on the way. The rest of today will be nice enough but rain will move into Wales during the night.
Thursday’s looking a right pisser at the moment. Prolonged bouts of heavy ran is forecast, along with strong winds and feelings of glumness and misery.
Down on the farm, Farmer Honey has kindly been down to Kwik Save and stocked up tea, milk and biscuits. I’ve also just taken a delivery of my new Bergerac DVD box set. Remember him? Good old John Nettles, bless his cotton socks.
Anyway, remember to take a brolly to work and don’t go leaving out any washing on the line.
Derek the Weathersheep
Morning. Derek the Weathersheep here.
There is currently a weather warning out for Wales. This is what the big boss man at the Met Office has to say:
“Southwesterly winds will gust to over 50 mph at times in parts of southern England and south Wales, and to 60 mph in some exposed coastal sites. The public should be aware that these gusts may cause minor damage to trees, and make travel tricky for the likes of towing vehicles.”
There is also a high risk of wheelie bins being blown over. Please move them to a safe area.
I’m getting blown all over the farm. It’s also quite windy here.
Take care weatherchums.
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If you’re planning on having a lovely, sunny barbeque this weekend, you may as well stick it up your arse as showers and windy weather move into Wales.
Welsh celebrity weather forecaster, Derek the Weathersheep told WalesOnCraic:
“There’ll be a fine to start Friday but as the day goes on, the weather will deteriorate with showers reaching most parts of Wales by the time Coronation Street is on. Saturday will see more rain and showers although there will be the odd sunny spell to remind us what things could have been like. It will feel much colder by Sunday with plenty of rain showers around. All in all, a bit of a pisser really.”
Derek intends to spend most of the weekend in the barn with his girls.
“I’ve got Dolly and Brenda to keep me warm. There’s nothing better than waking up on a weekend morning and not knowing who to do first. That’s why I love my life.”
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Tie your wheelie bins down – Wales is set for a wet and windy weekend.
Leading Welsh weather forecaster, Derek the Weathersheep, is advising that washing is not left out on washing lines and that all wheelies bins are moved to a place where they will not be blown over.
“There’s a shitload of rain and wind on its way – Saturday will see a band of rain will sweep across all parts during the morning, clearing by midday, but a few showers will follow during the afternoon. Very windy throughout with gales possible with a 43% chance of your wheelie bin being blown over. A maximum temperature of 13°C.” he said.
Sunday won’t fare much better.
“It’s a very unsettled look for Sunday. In fact, it’s probably best that you just shut yourself away with some movies, some biscuits and lashings of hot tea. Either that or have a weekend-long bang fest. I know which one I’m going for – I’ve got Dolly and Brenda coming round to the barn later to play my pink oboe.”
Yes chums, you can pack away the barbeque and sun-loungers – summer will officially end tomorrow as a band of rain sweeps into Wales.
The last two days has seen the best of this year’s summer, with temperatures topping the mid teens. One man in Abertillery even went as far as to get his hammock out from his shed.
However, patchy rain will slide in to Wales during Sunday morning, clearing to leave a rather dull and boring day.
Hope you enjoyed the summer.
Derek the Weathersheep x
Hello Weatherchums. The weather in Wales has been pretty dull over the last few weeks but we’ve got some right proper shit weather on the way – you may want to get your washing in.
Boring and cloudy at first, with outbreaks of rain gradually easing during the morning. Some brighter spells are also possible for a time. But don’t be fooled – a shitload of heavy rain will spread in from the west later. Winds will also strengthen with coastal gales developing. Maximum Temperature 11 °C.
Very windy with gales for many, locally severe across exposed coasts and hills. Rain moving east, heavy at times. Clearer, colder, showery conditions spreading in from the northwest later. Minimum Temperature 4 °C.
Very windy with gales likely across exposed coasts and hills at times. Sunshine and blustery showers, locally heavy and increasingly wintry. Some longer spells of rain are also possible. Maximum Temperature 10 °C.
What a crock of shit eh? Best stock up and settle in for the weekend.
The Met Office have issued a yellow warning for strong gales across Wales tonight.
It means that if you’ve got your wheelie bin out on the street, there’s a fair chance that it may get blown over.
Here’s what the main man at the Met Office has to say:
“Gales or severe gales are expected to develop across much of England and Wales for a time tonight. Inland gusts may locally exceed 60 mph close to the squally cold front, whilst gusts of 60 to 70 mph seem likely at coastal sites in the south and west, as well as across hills. Gusts may exceed 75 mph in the more exposed coastal locations. The public should be aware of the risk of disruption to transport and possibly power supplies.
The previous warning covering much of the UK has been split; this warning for southern Britain is restricted to the overnight period, with the risk receding eastwards by morning.
Another deep Atlantic low pressure system will approach northern Britain tonight and into Thursday. Across most of southern Britain, the strongest winds are expected from late evening through the nighttime period, particularly on and just ahead of a squally cold front, which will move east with time. As this continues eastwards, so the strongest of the winds should ease later.
As well as the very strong winds, a band of squally rain is likely to sweep eastwards across many parts through the period.”
Stay in and get pissed.