Bristol Weekly Weather Forecast - Is it spring yet?Posted on: 20 Mar 2017
The weather just can't make up its mind lately. This week starts off damp but improves greatly and sunshine will be a feature again! Brollies at the ready on Monday and Tuesday but after that we should see some blue skies and great days.
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 20th March - Pie Night at The Swan Hotel
You don't need 365 to tell you what a damp and dreary start to the week it is. Luckily, it should clear up after lunch and we could even see some blue skies come the evening. It's not all doom and gloom! Temperatures will be up at around 12 degrees.
Don't let the bright start fool you, Tuesday will be filled with sporadic showers and bursts of sunshine. You'll definitely need to take a brolly as the weather could change at any minute. It looks like temperatures won't get much above 8 degrees so not a wonderful day but there's always plenty to do in Bristol so fear not.
Wednesday 22nd March - Doc Brown at The Fleece
A chance of some early rain but after that it should be a rather cloudy day with temperatures around 9 degrees.
Thursday 23rd March - UWE Africa Week Launch Event at Spike Island
Continuing the theme of this week being a bit hit and miss, Thursday could see some afternoon showers but that's only a slight possibility. Otherwise it will be cloud and temperatures of 9 degrees as we look forward to what's set to be a great weekend...
Friday 24th March - Bristol Rugby v Gloucester in a huge local derby
Light cloud and sunny spells with temperatures back into double figures. Most importantly, no rain!
Saturday 25th March - Eat Walk Talk - Vegetarian Food Tour
Now we're talking. Early cloud will give way to blue skies and bright sunshine. Not a chance of rain as it stands and 12 degrees. Perfect for a great Saturday in Bristol!
Sunday 26th March - Recommended Bristol Sunday Roasts
Another great day is on the cards. No rain, clear skies and temperatures will reach 13 degrees...making 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.