Hopes are High as Britain Set to Look Forward to An Indian Summer

Those of you that are worrying that the summer has drawn to a swift end may rejoice with the news of the Indian summer expected in the UK during the Autumn. Temperatures are predicted to be much higher than what is usually expected during October, with some claiming highs of over 30 degrees to be on the way!

Conwy Bay

This news will be pleasing the ears of parents whose children will have their half-term break during October and those of you who are wishing for an extension of the summer sun. The sunshine and temperatures are projected to be higher than those experience in August, giving us all hope and something more to look forward to.

The weather prediction and phenomenon that is expected to affect the UK is referred to as the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO), it involves two pressure centres, one of which is low pressure from Iceland, while the other is high pressure over the Azores. The combination and variation between these two pressures will influence the weather and temperatures in the UK, amongst other areas in Europe.

This promising news may be music to your ears if you had planned or are yet to book your half-term holiday. So, the wonders of the outdoors in North Wales can still be enjoyed while you visit, as the sunshine will be on your side!

Anglesey

Relish the sunny days with a trip to the breath-taking Anglesey coastline. The diverse landscapes on the island to be admired are abundant. With dramatic cliff edges, golden sands and picturesque coves, each beach offers a different scene that is guaranteed to inspire and captivate visitors.

Anglesey is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), with its distinct and diverse landscape; there are plenty of fascinations to behold. Explore the island, discovering the rich heritage and abundance of wildlife and plant life either by foot on one of the many walking trials or by bicycle. Both options allow you to slow the pace down and really take in the surroundings.

Conwy

The historical town of Conwy with its medieval castle, idyllic harbours and imposing town walls are much more enjoyable to wander around while the sun is shining. The quirks such as the smallest house in Great Britain and the exciting and colourful street art are as charming and individual as the Suspension bridge and Conwy Mountain.

Snowdon

The idea of walking up or around a mountain may not be for everyone, and it is certainly less appealing when the weather isn’t so favourable. But, when the sun is shining, a visit to the majestic Mount Snowdon must be included on your Welsh bucket list. Proudly protruding an impressive 1085m high, the mountain is the highest in Wales and is a sight to behold. On a clear day, views of England, Scotland and Ireland can be enjoyed from the summit (be sure to bring your binoculars).

There are a variety of trails around and up the mountain, varying in difficulty and length, allowing all members of the family to soak up the views on a hike in this stunning part of Wales. Or, if you really don’t feel like a walk, the historic Snowdon Mountain Train can transport you right to the top!

What will you do during your stay in our Wales caravans for sale? We would love to know which attractions and areas of natural beauty you are interested in, let us know via our social media channels!

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