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Coming over tomorrow. Weather not looking great but it'll be warm. I'll be glad to get away from the remnants of snow. Not sure about the Arte Bar quiz tomorrow night. Very little indoor seating.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Andrew Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07/March/2018 at 22:13
Forecasts are saying a week Fri/Sat before the rain desists.
I think for those of us who visit at these times, ie, out of the four main summer months, this can happen.
We had a week in January and it was unseasonably hot, 25 yes 25, one afternoon and not a drop of rain during our visit.
Similarly, we’ve been out many October half terms and experienced both extremes, one year glorious swimming weather with zero rain, others 24 hour rain for seven days. Sometimes you hit very lucky, sometimes very unlucky, and of course anything in between.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Big Col Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08/March/2018 at 07:26
Originally posted by Andrew Andrew wrote:

Forecasts are saying a week Fri/Sat before the rain desists,,,,,,,


Hopefully you are correct Andrew. That give us a week's buffer before we arrive two weeks on Saturday 😁
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It was so wet yesterday that the final of the Algarve Women's Cup last night was cancelled, pitch flooded.

It's another grey and wet morning but it does look though that it will stop raining soon, for while anyway. The radar shows some clear sky to the west of us. Temperature at 0840am is 14.6ºC. There won't be much sun today, max 16 or 17 this afternoon. Tonight and tomorrow yet more rain, then Saturday and Sunday may be a little better, showers rather than long spells of rain.

But the ten day forecast shows rain or showers for the whole of next week. Dayime temperatures around 17 or 18, night-time 10 or 11.
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Originally posted by Jock Jock wrote:

Coming over tomorrow. Weather not looking great but it'll be warm. I'll be glad to get away from the remnants of snow. Not sure about the Arte Bar quiz tomorrow night. Very little indoor seating.

It will be reasonably busy tonight, but not so much so that you wont get a seat mate. 
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I will be coming over soon ... and that always means sunshine ... Wink
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UPDATE 1455hrs - a glowing orange ball has appeared, called sun I remember, in some blue stuff called sky.
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It was so wet yesterday that the final of the Algarve Women's Cup last night was cancelled, pitch flooded.

It's another grey and wet morning but it does look though that it will stop raining soon, for while anyway. The radar shows some clear sky to the west of us. Temperature at 0840am is 14.6ºC. There won't be much sun today, max 16 or 17 this afternoon. Tonight and tomorrow yet more rain, then Saturday and Sunday may be a little better, showers rather than long spells of rain.

But the ten day forecast shows rain or showers for the whole of next week. Dayime temperatures around 17 or 18, night-time 10 or 11.
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I'll be over on Tuesday, don't mind a bit of rain, beats the snow here!!

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Very wet. A rude awakening around 730am with wind howling and rain lashing down. It's a bit calmer now, but still raining and blowing. Temperature at 0950am is 15.3ºC, the weather is coming from the south. The radar at http://www.ipma.pt/pt/otempo/obs.radar/# shows a lot more to come today. Not much change for tomorrow, but Sunday may have showers rather than heavy rain but still not nice for visitors.

More of the same is forecast for the whole of next week.
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Update 100am - it is actually not bad at the moment - can see some sun and it is fairly bright after a gloomy couple of hours. Nothing on the radar to suggest anything nasty coming for the next two or three hours.
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Batten down the hatches, rig for storm! We have a red weather warning for the region today, high winds, heavy rain, very rough seas. It's not raining at the moment though, which after yesterday's delightful weather is a bit of a relief. The sky is turning rather grim out to sea as I write.

Temperature at 0750am is 15.4ºC. Although it is fairly quiet at the moment, the  wind and rain is expected to become worse as the day goes on. Maximum temperature, as if that matters, 18ºC.

Same expected tomorrow, a bit less uncivil on Monday but still some showers around.
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BBC says no rain until the evening
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Bright, breezy and warm. No rain forecast (at least not by the Beeb)
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It didn't rain here until around 6pm and it was very heavy for a while. Rain did affect other parts of the region but overall it was a better day than expected.

Today began with a  very heavy shower around 7am, that has passed and it is now fairly sunny with clouds rushing across the sky in a strong wind. Lots of whitecaps on the sea, which is running pretty quickly as well.

Temperature at 1030am is 15.5ºC. There is some fairly nasty, thundery, weather to the north of the Algarve, but the radar currently shows only a few very small and scatted showers heading in our general direction.

The wind will be with us all day, top temperature 17 or 18.  Tonight and tomorrow morning should be fairly quiet, but another batch of rain is coming for Monday afternoon and probably for Tuesday as well. The middle of week will also be a wet few days, possibly into the weekend coming.
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Driving along A22 last night near Faro. Plodding along 80mph when the heavens opened. No pitter patter warning it was just like driving into a car wash. 
Could not see a thing, did not dare stamp on brakes in case of skidding. Wipers on full speed did not clear the window screen. Quite hairy until we got the speed down to 20mph which was as fast as we could go and be able to see out the window.
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