The weather in Hertfordshire is finally looking better, with sunnier spells expected across all of today. The Met Office is predicting sunny skies and higher temperatures across most parts of the county.
After the recent day of wet weather, and a Saharan dust storm, any glimpse of spring would be much appreciated right now. Temperatures are set to reach highs of 13C in some parts of Hertfordshire, with most mornings being bright and sunny as well.
There is very little chance of rain at all, with the forecast predicting only a five percent possibility we will see the wet stuff. Wind speeds will also be down, so it might finally be time to get sat outside to prepare for summer.
For tomorrow’s forecast, check out the HertsLive weather page. Up to date forecasts are available from 5am each day.
Hertford will see sun all throughout the day, with high temperatures of 12C and 13C between 1pm and 5pm. There is no sign of rain but temperatures may feel colder than it is.
Watford will see sunny spells all day, with high temperatures of 12C and 13C beginning in the early afternoon. Temperatures will begin to drop after 6pm.
The weather in Hoddesdon will start off chilly, with temperatures starting around 4C at 7am, before rising to 10C by 11am and higher into the afternoon. By 2pm, temperatures should reach 12C.
Much like the rest of the county, St Albans will also see sun throughout the day. Temperatures will be between 11C and 12C between 1pm and 6pm. Temperatures will stay consistent throughout the evening, around 8C.
The forecast for Hemel Hempstead shows sunny spells from 7am and the rest of the day. Temperatures will begin to rise from 6C in the early morning, to 12C between 3pm and 4pm.
Welwyn Garden City
Welwyn Garden City will see sunny skies and higher temperatures than yesterday. Temperatures will reach 12C by the mid-afternoon and the sunny spells will be seen all day.
Sunny spells will be seen throughout the day in Stevenage, temperatures will stay consistently between 11C and 12C throughout the afternoon and into the evening.
Starting off with low temperatures between 6am and 10am, around 7C before rising to 10C around 11am. Temperatures will continue to rise to 12C all day, with sunny spells expected all day.
Maximum temperatures of 12C will be seen in Hatfield, staying consistent from 2pm until 5pm. The sun will stick around from the early morning until the evening.
Cheshunt will see sun early in the morning, with the same temperatures as other parts of the county. Temperatures will be marginally higher in Cheshunt, reaching 13C around 3pm.
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