Archive for October 17th, 2013

Staying Mild, Wet Across UK, First Significant Snow For Scandinavia

Written by on October 17, 2013 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 1 Comment

The Atlantic is busy these days with multiple swirls of low pressure spinning off Europe and these will continue to spread one front after the other across the UK, France and Spain in coming days along with strong, gusty winds. Further north and east and cold air is bleeding south over Scandinavia. While one front lifts out of Ireland […]

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Written by on October 17, 2013 in United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

Scotland It’s a damp, misty, murky sort of night to come, especially so in Eastern areas while some showers will line the West Coast. Clearer and cold up in the Northern Isles. Lows range between 2C in Shetland to nearer 8 to 10C in Central and Southern areas. Friday will be largely cloudy but staying dry […]

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One Of The Stronger October Cold Shots On The Way For Midwest, East

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For those of you tired of warmth and wondering when fall will actually arrive, well it looks as though much of the East by next week will practically skip fall and go straight to winter with the trough and shot of cold coming down. In the last few posts I have showed you the big positive […]

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