It’s Monday, back to work, you know the feeling well.
Manchester’s reputation proceeds it when it comes to bad weather, but it looks like things are going to perk up a bit.
This week looks set to have some gorgeous weather, as a disappointing Summer comes to a close, it looks like we’re finally going to get some much-needed vitamin D!
Manchester Embraces a Surprise Indian Summer
As we bid farewell to a rather lacklustre summer in Manchester, there’s a welcome surprise on the horizon – an Indian Summer is gracing the city with sunny highs of 27°C.
Time to dust off the sun cream!
After months of unpredictable weather, locals finally have a chance to soak up some much-needed sun.
The week kicks off with a radiant Monday (September 4), promising clear skies and abundant sunshine.
From an early morning temperature of 16°C, the mercury is set to steadily climb, reaching a delightful 27°C by 4pm.
The evening forecast?
More sunshine and a balmy night. Get that fan out of the cupboard!
Tuesday (September 5) promises an even warmer start than Monday, with temperatures hitting 19°C by 8 a.m.
The day’s pinnacle will once again reach a comfortable 27°C in the late afternoon, ensuring another splendid day for Mancunians.
While Wednesday (September 6) may introduce a touch of cloud cover, it’s still a warm and dry day ahead.
The morning begins brightly with temperatures hovering around 19°C by 10am, with some clouds drifting in later in the day.
Anticipate highs of 25°C.
Thursday (September 7) brings a repeat of 27°C temperatures, albeit with heavier cloud cover.
The chance of rain increases, though dry spells are still expected to dominate.
Friday (September 8) may start with cloudier skies but don’t fret.
By 10am, the sun will make an appearance with temperatures hitting 20°C.
As the day unfolds, conditions improve, culminating in a pleasant high of 24°C in the late afternoon, followed by a bright and sunny evening – the perfect setup for an enjoyable weekend!
After enduring a rather soggy summer, the unexpected Indian Summer has undoubtedly brightened the mood in Manchester.
So, hold off on stowing away those shorts and T-shirts just yet; Mother Nature still has a few sunny surprises up her sleeve for the city’s residents.