Don’t pack away the brollies and wellies, with a 50 per cent chance of showers predicted to return on Saturday, and a 70-80 per cent chance of showers on Sunday.
However, today, Friday is expected to be mainly sunny along the coast, while further inland, early morning fog will burn off to a mainly sunny day.
Today’s temperatures will return to an almost spring-time top of 21 along the coast, but just 19 degrees in rural areas.
Along the coast, Saturday’s temperatures will range from 12-18 degrees, while on Sunday, the temperatures will be 11-18 degrees with possible showers on both days.
Saturday’s temperatures further inland will range from 10-18 degrees along with possible showers, while Sunday will be accompanied by showers and a temperature range of 9-18 degrees.
Holiday Monday will be wet with showers and a temperature range of 12-19 degrees along the coast and fog and then sunny with temperatures of 9-18 upcountry parts of the Great Lakes.
Since the start of June to Thursday, June 7 110mm of rain has tumbled in the gauge, just short of the 112.7mm average.
Forster’s wettest day was last Saturday, June 3 with 33.8mm, which was the total for Stroud since the start of the month.