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AUGUST 2021 - FINAL GUIDANCE
Issued: Saturday 31st July 2021
+ Improving after mid-month
+ Unsettled start
+ Chance of brief hot spell end
FACTORS AFFECTING AUGUST 2021 FINAL GUIDANCE
+ Jet stream develops
This weekend will see low pressure push more across Scandinavia and further east, while higher pressure over the North Atlantic starts to ridge in across northern and western areas of the UK and Ireland. This will settle down conditions more across these areas, however, still rather mixed across much of England
If you are looking for rain, well this week is your week. The UK and Ireland is dominated by an area of low pressure through the next coming days. Later in the weekend into early next week a ridge of high pressure will bring less unsettled conditions but only for
We got a look at the latest ECMWF 6 weeks outlook today and the story does remain rather consistent, which is great for confidence building. The first half of August remains rather mixed to at times unsettled with frequent spells of rain and showers. The latter half looks to be
Showery situations are always tricky for forecasters. One place can get a deluge, only a mile or so away can stay dry. It's a no win game!
However, as the heavy rain in eastern England has shown in the past week, torrential, isolated downpours are occurring, and it looks like these
A change is nigh and low pressure will dominate this week, bringing rain at times and heavy showers. Here is what you need to know about the week ahead.
1- Staying warm initially: Monday will see some good sunny spells about and this will see temperatures rise to the mid and
Through this week temperatures are expected to take a bit of a knock. The end of these warmer summer temperatures is nigh, however, western areas will carry on seeing highs in the mid 20s through into the beginning of next week. A polar maritime airmass moves in on a rather
This weekend marks the initial change that is upon us. Away with the hot temperatures and high pressure and in comes low pressure. Saying that, northern regions of the UK as well as Ireland and Northern Ireland, however, are looking to see a relative continuation of the warmer and drier
A change is on it's way this weekend, well for much of England and Wales anyway. Further north and west should stay largely dry, although some showers are likely. Here are five things you need to know about the weekend ahead.
1- Heavy rain: Spells of rain, heavy in places, possibly
That's the question that many have been asking on WeatherLIVE over the last couple of days.
It's a real tricky one to answer, because these hot-air plumes do have a habit of developing quickly.
However, the latest long range models (ECMWF and GFS Ensemble) are both tending to not want to highlight