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Promising signs of high pressure

We got a look at the latest ECMWF 6 week outlook yesterday and it was looking rather optimistic with the high pressure building in. Before then, however, we do need to contend with a few more days of this unsettled weather pattern. This weekend we have an Atlantic area of

5 Weekend Weather Things To Know

An unsettled weekend on the cards Through this weekend we keep with the unsettled theme of showers and or longer spells of rain about. An Atlantic low pressure system is expected to push in from later today and bring rain initially to southwestern parts of England, Ireland and Wales before spreading

Returning Polar Maritime airmass

The words unstable, heavy showers even tricky predictability are flying around currently and rightly so as we are currently enduring a Returning Polar Maritime airmass. The UK and Ireland has been for a number of days now and continues to be influenced by low pressure. This pattern looks to continue through much

Latest on the Tropical Storm weather

Tropical Storm Andres on Sunday became the earliest named storm on record to develop in the eastern Pacific Ocean, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). The eastern Pacific hurricane season runs from May 15th to November 30th. The system formed hundreds of miles off the west coast of Mexico and had