/ Beating The Weather This Weekend
Mixed forecast + it only being Tuesday = might as well throw a dart at a map.
Wait and see what the forecasts say later in the week. Or try your luck.
In my experience, it virtually never rains at Swanage. I suppose it must do sometimes. But if it does there's always the Square and Compass.
Most places in the SW look ok just now.
> Mixed forecast + it only being Tuesday = might as well throw a dart at a map.
> Wait and see what the forecasts say later in the week. Or try your luck.
Unfortunately they are often fairly accurate even this far ahead.
Torquay looks the best bet.
According to the stats I can easily google on average it rains more in swanage than london.
I thought they use a variety of models and publish 48hr and 5day forecasts based on the outcomes of the models rather than having specific and different models for each time period?
> In my experience, it virtually never rains at Swanage. I suppose it must do sometimes. But if it does there's always the Square and Compass.
Well said that man
I think you'll find that the weather forecasters fail even the day before. I checked the weather at 10pm on Sunday in the hope of going running monday morning, it said it was clear, I woke up monday morning to rain pouring down, and low and behold, the forecast had changed. That was pants!!
How fast does North Wales dry (specifically A55 sport stuff)? Thinking of going there Saturday but it looks like rain in the morning
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