Forecast Issued on Friday, 17 February 2006
A very unsettled spell of weather as a series of troughs or frontal systems cross the area. Friday, generally a showery scenario but an occluded front is expected to run northwards into the area overnight. On Saturday the front will run northwards to give a brief drier spell before the next system arrives during Sunday morning. This low pressure area is expected to become slow moving over the near continent bring plenty of rain for Kent and Sussex.
Outbreaks of rain during the morning
will slowly peter out to leave many places dry by mid afternoon.
Wind, light and variable 2m/s. A minimum of 2 degrees Celcius and a maximum of 7 degrees celcius. Rainfall can be expected between 2 and 7 mm across the Isle of Wight. Wind is expected to be generally of low speed but the strongest period will be very early on Saturday morning.
Are the "possibles" now in a position to confirm??