STAYING WARM BUT NOT WITHOUT A STORM

Written by on September 24, 2016 in Autumn 2016, Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

It may be a thoroughly miserable start to the weekend over Western Scotland but we remain on the warm side of an increasingly active autumn jet stream.

The slow moving cold front attached to the latest Atlantic low has brought a soggy night and start to the weekend across western Scotland, especially the West Highlands and that continues through the first half of Saturday.

Radar from last night.

Credit: weatheronline.co.uk

Credit: weatheronline.co.uk

Credit: BBC Weather

Credit: BBC Weather

East of this soggy, windy Atlantic circulation, it’s summer-like from London to Rome.

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: BBC Weather

Credit: BBC Weather

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Into next week and the remnants of Hurricane Karl is felt with the potentially for stormy conditions followed by building high pressure and warmth mid to late week once again from Spain to the UK.

Credit: AccuWeather

Credit: AccuWeather

The mean storm track pasing NW of the UK continues to favour warmer than normal.

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Each system pulls warmth north into the UK.

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

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