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5 Week Ahead Weather Things to Know

1 - The week starts cold, dry and bright for many as a ridge of higher pressure extends over the British Isles. Cloud to the southeast with a few spots of rain on Monday morning. Isolated showers for North Sea coasts. 2 - Low pressure approaches from the west on Tuesday

Dry Window Alert!

With high pressure building across the UK and Ireland on Monday and Tuesday there's a brief window of dry weather for most. Of course, there are a few caveats and temperatures will remain rather chilly... Monday Monday is dry almost everywhere across the UK and Ireland with high pressure centred over Scotland

Cornwall Floods, November 2010

This weekend marks 9 years since severe flooding in Cornwall caused damage to around 400 properties. The trigger for this event was an enormous amount of rain falling very quickly. This differs from the current flood event happening across parts of England which Simon discusses here: http://premium.weatherweb.net/2019/11/14/why-so-much-rain-in-northern-england-is-it-climate-change/. The Cornwall floods of 16th/17th

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