The final weekend of May is upon us, summer starts in Ernest on Monday.
What of the weather this weekend? Here are you 5 Weekend Weather Things to Know ...
1. Plenty of sunshine on Saturday, warm.
2. Feeling cooler on eastern coasts.
3. Scattered showers Midlands and Scotland.
4. Staying dry and very warm
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JUNE 2020 - FINAL GUIDANCE
Issued: Wednesday 27th May 2020
+ Dry weather breaks
+ A more mixed and cooler month is possible
+ Still much uncertainty
FACTORS AFFECTING JUNE 2020 FINAL GUIDANCE
As we head towards the end of May summer is heading towards us at full steam.
There is some inconsistency in modelling as we head into the summer months, and what is below is only the output from a single model; the CFS.
I’ve shown this here because it is a model
1 - High pressure largely stays in charge over the British Isles this week
2 - This means lots of dry weather and not a lot of rain
3 - Unless you're in the far west of Scotland or Ireland where patchy outbreaks of rain are possible, especially on Monday, Thursday and
Pressure is on the rise as we go through this coming week as shown in the chart above. The chart shows the ECMWF mean sea level pressure (MSLP) chart for London but is representative of what is forecast across the UK and Ireland. Higher pressure brings mostly dry conditions across
Air temperature aloft matters!
A bit of a different weekend ahead with an area of low pressure bringing strong winds, with some rain and showers for some too.
Here are your 5 Weekend Weather Things To Know ...
1. Saturday severe gales Scotland and Northern Ireland, gusts to 60mph.
2. Wet Scotland on Saturday, heavy rain in
We're now seeing forecast fro the ECMWF taking us up to the early stages of July.
The dry weather of recent weeks is a constant cause of concern now, with the phrase, "When will it rain?", ringing in our ears.
Well, here's the latest from the ECMWF 6-week model which takes us
The NAO does become less useful as we head into the summer months, but it is still interesting to keep an eye across it.
This is the latest from that index taking us into the middle part of August. Now what is of interest here is that apart from a blip
1 - Through the start of the week we have low pressure to the north and high pressure to the south. Through midweek it looks as though high pressure gets squeezed to the east and lower pressure takes over from then.
2 - Temperatures are on an upward trajectory through the