Spring has arrived: Sunshine and warm weather forecast for Chesterfield this weekend
Residents can enjoy a drink or meal in their local beer garden without the fear of showers on the first weekend out of lockdown, as weather is set to be sunny and warm in Chesterfield.
It could be as warm as 13°C this Saturday and Sunday in Chesterfield, according to forecasts which predict sunny weather with a gentle breeze.
This would be good news for punters and shoppers looking to enjoy the newly reopened pubs and restaurants and make the most of their outdoor seating areas over the weekend, along with retail shops which welcomed back customers earlier this week on April 12.
Residents are only allowed to socialise outside, in either groups of six or as two households, until coronavirus rules ease again in line with the Government’s road map out of lockdown on May 17.
Next month people can meet inside homes, in line with the rule of six, or in hospitality venues.
Sunshine is forecast for the the rest of the week in Chesterfield with predicted highs of 10°C on Thursday, April 15 and 11°C on Friday, April 16 with a combination of light winds and gentle winds.
Temperatures will increase on Saturday to 13°C with plenty of sunshine expected throughout the day, along with some mild wind.
It will get colder in the evening on April 17, dropping back down to 4°C.
Sunday is also predicted to be dry and sunny with a light breeze in Chesterfield according to BBC Weather forecasters.
There will also be highs of 13°C and lows of 5°C – meaning perfect conditions for residents to get out and enjoy the start of warm spring weather.
Across the north of England, Friday is predicted to generally be a dry day, with plenty of sunshine in the morning, but it will turn mostly cloudy through the afternoon.
Forecasters expect Saturday to also be another dry day across the region, with plenty of sunshine at first, but patchy cloud will move in later.
The dry weather will continue on Sunday where it is expected to be slightly cloudier, but with the odd sunnier spell.