Archive for May 9th, 2013

UK & Ireland Looks Largely Unsettled Through Next 7 Days, Could Still See Warmth Though!

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The next 4-7 day period is looking rather unsettled over Northwest Europe with the models suggesting another 1-2 inches of additional rain through the next 72 hours across the northern half of Ireland, much of Northern Ireland and the western half of the UK with greatest amounts over Southwest Scotland and western Wales. Through the next 192 […]

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THU 9 MAY: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

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Scotland The unsettled theme continues into tonight with today’s band spreading north of the Central Lowlands up into Aberdeenshire, however further pulses of rain will work into the South, pushing north during the overnight. Lows tonight range from 5C where skies are clearest for longest, 7 or 8C for most. Friday is looking somewhat drier to […]

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Potentially Record Setting Eastern U.S Frost & Freeze Early Next Week

For the best part of a week now, I’ve been monitoring an unseasonably deep trough in which the models have been hinting at which will dive into the Eastern half of the US early next week. That trough which could deliver frost all the way to the Tennessee and Georgia mountains with all-time May record lows challenged throughout the spine […]

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