Could Cornwall be set for an Indian summer?
Written by The Cormorant Hotel
As much as we don't want to admit it, summer is officially over, with yesterday (23rd September) officially marking the start of autumn. It may well be that time again, where the shorts are packed away, and the jumpers are dug out again.
However, you may wish to hold fire until you read the latest weather news! Forecasters are predicting that Cornwall could be set for two weeks of fine weather, meaning that many should brace themselves for the possibility of an Indian summer, which could well be arriving soon.
High pressure is expected to build from the south across the country over the weekend, which will see spells of dry and fine weather across the South West.
This spell of beautiful weather is expected to last through next week and into the following week, which will prevail until at least the 7th October.
Temperatures are expected to be warm at times, but chillier nights are likely. These cooler nights do lead to the chance of slightly mistier mornings, perfect for early morning walks for those staying in our boutique hotel. Cornwall has many beautiful footpaths to explore, so why not head out and have a look for yourself?