A wet start for some, then a predominantly dry week thereafter as high pressure ridges in. Here are five things to know about the week ahead;
1- Monday sees outbreaks of rain push south down the country, brightening up from the north.
2- Tuesday sees heavy rain affect southern and particularly south-eastern
Cooler night and starts are now expected this coming week as high pressure moves in from the west drawing down a chillier northerly wind across the country. The daytime temperatures across particularly northern parts of the country are expected to be cooler than of late also. See below Aberdeen and
It is looking to be a more settled weekend than of late as a brief ridge of high pressure brings drier weather. Here are five things you need to know about the weekend ahead;
1- Largely dry: With a ridge of high pressure across the country both Saturday and Sunday should
Storm Danielle out in the North Atlantic is currently at hurricane status, written as of Wednesday afternoon, but not for long as she tracks further north and east across the Atlantic when she will lose the energy driving force that makes her a hurricane. Nonetheless, it looks like she will
The weather has certainly changed for all parts of the British isles with rainfall in all areas in the last few days.
There's more rain ahead too, although hints of some drier weather ahead too.
10th September to 16th September
Trough over and west of Ireland.
Unsettled for much of the country with rain
We will shortly get a new set of analogue forecasts, but I thought it worth taking a look at where the analogues so far are taking us into early autumn.
You may have seen yesterdays Look Ahead when I looked at the 35-day GFS ensemble forecast into the rest of the
The most unsettled spell of the 'summer'...
Above is the GFS ensemble model showing a snap shot of the weather pattern through the next 35 days, which takes us through the first week of October. What it shows is a general decrease in temperature, and as we have now entered autumn this is unsurprising, but there are
The hurricane and typhoon season is well underway and currently, Typhoon Hinnamnor, is considered the strongest tropical cyclone in the northern hemisphere so far this year. It's track is forecast to sweep into the east China Sea, brush Shanghai and then head towards the Korean peninsula early next week.
With a change of the seasons comes a change to the weather. Let's see what five things you need to know about the weekend ahead;
1- Low pressure is the dominant weather feature through the weekend, circulating just to the southwest of Ireland.
2- Outbreaks of rain, heavy and persistent in places