After a gradual decline on Holiday Monday, and a spell of rain evening/overnight, a showery westerly feed of weather sets in for the next few days.
Despite some sunshine, and temperatures hovering around average, low pressure is in charge bringing weather fronts our way for the rest of this week - thickening cloud amounts, bringing more organised areas of rain at times.
Here's your Granada forecast.......
REST OF MONDAY:
Clouding over from the west through the afternoon, with some patchy rain initially before developing and reaching all areas through the evening - some heavier bursts likely. Breezy in exposure. Warm in the sunshine. Highs 16 °C.
Outbreaks of rain through the evening, heavy & persistent for a time - especially over hills, should gradually ease from midnight, allowing a few clear spells to develop into the early hours. Lows 9 °C.
A bright and somewhat breezy day with sunny spells and scattered showers. The showers probably most frequent for parts of Cheshire and Lancashire - heavier towards evening. Highs 16 °C.
Bright and breezy with blustery showers on Wednesday.
Thursday will see a spell of rain along with strong winds.
Friday will also be wet and windy at times.