This week we will be focusing on future content at Swale Weather through social media and starting to work more on new development on the website, most content will still continue but some graphic updates have been scaled back. We will be focusing on bringing text forecasts through social media with other model updates, weather warnings and flood alerts. Our Facebook page has now reached 5,266 likes and 5,741 followers, all amazing people, Thank You!.
We want to thank Caz Howell who has been very busy on the management side of Swale Weather for the past two years who has done a fantastic job!
We also want to thank all the local businesses, organisations and photographers who continue to support us, you are all amazing!
Other updates are being worked on but this is all done from free time so we will do our best.
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Heavy rain through Saturday morning, conditions improving during the afternoon with clear spells around from the evening.
On Sunday it is expected to be a mostly cloudy day, possibly some rain arriving through the night. Looking ahead, for Monday there will be heavy showers around, conditions improving midweek with high pressure dominating for all.
The photo you see was photographed on 9 July, Garrisons Point, Sheerness, Isle of Sheppey, Kent.
Turning unsettled over the weekend before more settled conditions start to arrive from Wednesday as high pressure is set to dominate bringing some nice weather and clear skies, temperatures will be on the rise with a high of 30°C or more expected this month which could last for some days. It also brings the moderate chance of heatwave conditions and another record breaking temperature somewhere. We was not joking when we told you summer is coming home, it really is, but soon.
Data is subject to change so we will see what happens.
Showers brewing as stormy looking skies feed in across Sheerness heading out into the Estuary on a nice warm afternoon, showers can be seen in the distance with some interesting cloud development going on. It is amazing how the weather changes so quickly.
Decided to take a stroll to Sheerness Beach and captured some cloudscapes with a nice area of blue sky coming through, a different story across the Estuary as cloud was developing which means the chance of some cloud moving in for the afternoon bringing the small risk of a few isolated showers, any cloud eventually breaking later on to allow some clear spells through the night with the chance of some mist patches forming in places.
Came across some shells, the water was really nice today, even some people out taking a dip on the sea.
A few boats making their way across the Estuary too, quite a relaxing afternoon, even the windsurfers headed out to sea.