Let’s delve into the detailed three day forecast:
Friday, 28 July 2023
Newcastle is in for a sunny and delightful Friday, with temperatures soaring to a high of 26° during the day and cooling down to a refreshing 9° at night.
Dundee can expect a similarly warm day on Friday, with abundant sunshine and temperatures reaching 25°. The nighttime will bring a slight chill, as temperatures drop to 8°.
Ladysmith, on the other hand, will experience a partly to mostly sunny day, with temperatures peaking at 26°. However, residents should prepare for a chilly night with temperatures expected to dip to 4°.
Saturday, 29 July 2023
Saturday will bring another day of joyous weather for Newcastle, as intervals of clouds and sun keep the day pleasant with temperatures climbing to 26°. The night, however, is predicted to be cooler, with temperatures plummeting to 8°.
Dundee will also enjoy a warm Saturday, with intervals of clouds and sunshine as temperatures reach a high of 27°. The nighttime will maintain a comfortable 8° with a gentle breeze drifting through.
In Ladysmith, Saturday promises a very warm day with sun and some clouds, and temperatures peaking at 28°. Yet, temperatures are expected to drop to 9° during the night.
Sunday, 30 July 2023
Sunday morning in Newcastle will see a gentle breeze, although the day itself will be rather warm with temperatures predicted to reach 20°. As evening sets in, the weather will turn cooler, with temperatures expected to drop to 3°.
Dundee residents can anticipate a mostly sunny and cooler day on Sunday, with temperatures climbing to 18°. The nighttime will see a significant dip to 0°.
Ladysmith can expect a rather cloudy and cooler Sunday, with temperatures predicted to reach 18°. However, as night falls, temperatures will drop to a chilly -1°.
With such a delightful forecast, the upcoming weekend seems perfect for outdoor activities and relaxation. As always, stay prepared and enjoy the pleasant weather responsibly.
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