Bristol Weekly Weather Forecast - Things are looking warm and dryPosted on: 13 Mar 2017
After the weather we've had recently, Bristol is certainly due a break. We get one this week in the form of double-digit temperatures and very little chance of rain. So...put the winter coat in the wardrobe and enjoy Bristol in the sunshine.
Below is our day-by-day weather forecast, informed by BBC and those at the Met Office, complete with a suggestion of a weather-suitable activity. Have a great week!
Monday 13th March - Pig Out Mondays at The Gloucester Old Spot
What a beautiful start to the week we woke up to this morning. Blue skies and a warm 13 degrees. Clouds might make their way to the West Country later on in the day but they won't bring rain with them.
Tuesday 14th March - Superb Office Lunch deal at Aquila on Baldwin Street
Not as bright as yesterday but still no rain and temperatures are again in double figures, reaching 11 degrees this time.
Wednesday 15th March - The Wedding Singer at Bristol Hippodrome - Runs until Saturday March 18th
14 degrees and not a hint of rain. Cloud early on but bright blue skies later...fingers crossed.
Thursday 16th March - Fish and Fizz at The Swan Hotel
A little more cloud today but still warm at 12 degrees and another day without the need for an umbrella.
Friday 17th March - MORTIIS + PIG at The Fleece
OK, here's where we might see some mid-afternoon showers. It's not a certainty but you might want to double check the up-to-the-minute forecasts if you're out and about from 12-6pm. Temperatures will be around 10 degrees.
Saturday 18th March - Absolute Bowie at The Fleece
After what's been a great week, Saturday is looking a little worse. Showers could be off and on all day - the chance of rain flits between 40% and 60%. Temperatures will hover around 11 degrees though so just grab a brolly and get out and about!
Sunday 19th March - Recommended Bristol Sunday Roasts
Rounding off the week, we're back to very little chance of rain. A fair bit of cloud cover will make sunshine a luxury but temperatures will reach 12 degrees and make for the perfect day to walk off a big Sunday lunch at one of Bristol's Best Dog Walks!
Born and raised in the suburbs of Swansea, Jimmy moved to Bristol back in 2004 to attend university. Passionate about live music, sport, science and nature, he can usually be found walking his cocker spaniel Baxter at any number of green spots around the city. Call James on 078 9999 3534 or email Editor@365Bristol.com.