Weather in the Forest of Dean – Summer Holiday Lodges
Weather in the Forest of Dean? If there is something we British are fond of, its talking about the weather.
The subject dominates our lives like nothing else, its the last thing we check at night and the first question of the day is always “what’s it like outside?”
Is the weather really so important?
Yes. That is the simple answer the weather really is important and for a host of reasons.
If you are off into the forest of Dean for a picnic, you are not going to want to have it in a snow storm or torrent of rain, you want a nice warm, sunny day where you can laze around and tuck into your favourite snacks and perhaps a glass or two of what makes you happy.
Clothes are defined by the type of day, after all, you would look a right Charlie walking about the forest in wellingtons on a blistering hot August day.
Fortunately, in these days of Internet and multiple devices, you can predict the weather by the minute, not like in years gone buy, you would have to purchase a newspaper or watch the TV to find out what might happen, weather-wise, over the following 24 hours.
Now, its a simple matter of going to Google, ask about the weather in the Forest of Dean and bingo! You get up to the minute weather forecasting, complete with graphs, little icons and all other types of images.
Forecasting months ahead
So, you are booking a lodge in the Forest of Dean and you want to know the best time of year for you to go. Not necessarily summer? No! Some people prefer the springtime, others the winter, all depending on the type of holiday you are going to have.
Google is awash with websites predicting the weather and others with historical weather detailson, the latter is the one you need when planning ahead.
I found this website that has historical weather details for the Forest of Dean, its simple, has all the relevant details along with graphs and maps.
Plan ahead, sort out what type of holiday you want, check the weather and then contact us and book a lovely lodge in the Forest of Dean.