Archive for June 5th, 2013

Breakdown In UK High Pressure Pattern Is Inevitable But When?

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There is no change to recent posts with regard to the continuation of warmth and sunshine across the UK and Ireland. This is hands down our best spell of weather this year so far and it’s not over. Those who have endured cloudier skies and cooler temperatures today, don’t fret, the pesky low between Scotland and Norway will drift away allowing […]

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WED 5 JUNE: UK & IRELAND REGIONAL FORECAST

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Scotland Today has been cooler and cloudier with at some least sunshine breaking through which has helped warm things up as well as increase humidity. You’ll notice the slight mugginess in the air along with some rain showers too, those particularly over higher ground. Highs are widely in the upper teens with perhaps a few spots at […]

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Western Heat, Eastern Cool, Stormy Plains, Latest On Tropics

Written by on June 5, 2013 in United States of America with 0 Comments

 There’s no shortage of convection over the Gulf but the only trouble is the developing low helping fuel the storminess and spreading plenty of moisture north into Florida is well off to the west, just off Cancun, due to a lot of dry air covering much of the Gulf and strong northwesterly shear. The below water vapour image […]

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