UK Mother’s Day Forecast 2014

Written by on March 23, 2014 in United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

Many of us will be hoping for some decent weather next weekend? Why? It’s Mother’s Day of course here in the UK and Ireland.

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As of now, next Sunday (2nd April) is looking not too bad depending upon what computer model you look at. If you look at the 168 hour ECMWF chart, it’s looking dry, bright and a great day to get outside if not a touch chilly with a northwest breeze. As long as mum is wrapped up, it’s looking like a great day to spend with the family in a local park or nice stroll along the beach.

ECMWF surface for Mother’s Day.

Source/Credit: AccuWeather Pro

Source/Credit: AccuWeather Pro

ECMWF afternoon temperatures.

Source/Credit: AccuWeather Pro

Source/Credit: AccuWeather Pro

The latest GFS on the other hand is looking a good deal more unsettled as a low pushes up from the English Channel.. The worst of the blustery showers/longer spells of rain wrapping around the low is largely confined to Southwest England, S Wales. Scattered showers elsewhere over England but as the day progresses, heavier rain appears to advance further north. The place to be, appears Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland.

168 hour GFS surface.

Source/Credit: AccuWeather Pro

Source/Credit: AccuWeather Pro

180 hour GFS surface.

Source/Credit: AccuWeather Pro

Source/Credit: AccuWeather Pro

GFS Afternoon temperatures.

Source/Credit: AccuWeather Pro

Source/Credit: AccuWeather Pro

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