The analogue forecast for this year have been updated and make for interesting reading.
Now, we always need to treat these forecast (as all long range forecasts) carefully, but actually they are usually pretty reliable.
It's interesting to take a look at how they are developing things, and below is the 200mb
The ECMWF seasonal model has just been updated and I quickly wanted to give you a heads up before we release our official forecasts.
Remember this is only one model and as such is subject to much change. However, it's worth an overview of what it says so far ...
The ECMWF seasonal model has just been released taking us through winter 2019/2020.
Remember this is not our official forecast, but I do like to show you as many of the seasonal models as I can so that you can see how varied models are.
However, it is worth noting that these
The latest seasonal outlook from the ECMWF is available and although we can't show you the charts, we can certainly describe what they suggest.
It is impossible to suggest time periods when looking at this seasonal model, but we can give broad overviews as to what might happen.
Now, I find the
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SEASONAL GUIDANCE - AUTUMN & WINTER 2019/2020
Issued: Wednesday 11th September 2019
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