Ward’s Weather Watch - A month to remember

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The latest weather predictions from local expert Paul Ward.

Today will start off nice and sunny with patches of cloud around but a weather front moving across England will push cloud up into Cumbernauld and by late afternoon light rain is likely with more persistant and heavy rain arriving by midnight; the rain will continue into Thursday morning and will create hazardous driving conditions. The rain will slowly clear away in the afternoon but it will still be cloudy afternoon.

Friday will start off nice and sunny but cloud will quickly build and there is small chance of rain after midday which is more likely in Kilsyth and Croy but might not reach Cumbernauld.

The weekend looks as though it will be sunnier but a wet start on Saturday and a wet end on Sunday.

Temperatures through the week will be around 18c with a peak of 22c on Thursday and humidity will be high. Night time temperatures will be 10 to 15c.