EUROPE OUTLOOK: Short Range GFS Ensemble Mirrors CFSv2 Longer Range!

Written by on May 28, 2014 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

As we approach meteorological summer 2014, it appears the pattern is showing it’s hand. Where it’s driest it’s warmest and where wettest, well to an extent, it’s coolest.

In terms of pattern now and through the next 2 weeks, it looks to be showing us what we can expect through the next 1-2 months.

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Check out the latest CFSv2 temps for June and July. Pay attention to where it’s showing warmest and coolest and what we’ve seen so far.

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Check out the 7-day mean 500mb, 850mb and 2-metre anomalies and note the similarity to what the CFSv2 is showing for June and July overall. As I keep pointing out, we here in the UK will and are finding ourselves in the fight zone between upper trough over Iberia and the ridge over Scandinavia. Expect a back and fourth battle this summer. Spells of warmth and sun / cool and wet.

7-day mean 500mb height anomalies

Source: AccuWeather Pro

Source: AccuWeather Pro

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7-day mean 850mb temp anomalies

Source: AccuWeather Pro

Source: AccuWeather Pro

Source: AccuWeather Pro

Source: AccuWeather Pro

7-day mean 2 metre temp anomalies

Source: AccuWeather Pro

Source: AccuWeather Pro

Source: AccuWeather Pro

Source: AccuWeather Pro

See today’s video!

More tomorrow… Have a great night.

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