TURBULENT END TO SEPTEMBER: 24C IN SOUTHEAST FOLLOWED BY 70-80 MPH GUSTS IN NORTHWEST

Written by on September 28, 2016 in Autumn 2016, Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

Lively Atlantic systems are sweeping in one after the other these days with yesterday seeing severe gales in the Northwest Highlands. The next low moves in tonight bringing an initial spell of wind and persistent rain followed behind by a rash of showers and very windy conditions, especially in Western areas of Scotland.

Ahead of the approaching cold front still offshore, temperatures with the help of sunshine and southerly flow could top 24C in the Southeast, widely 19-21C with even eastern Northern Ireland and Scotland seeing a possible 20-22C. Always fresher into northern England, western Scotland.

Credit: BBC Weather

Credit: BBC Weather

GFS surface through next 24 hours.

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Credit: chorleyweather.com

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Strongest winds (south side of centre) affect west/central through tonight with gusts of 60 mph through Central Lowlands, 70-80mph in NW, these strongest winds transfer into northeast later tomorrow.

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Credit: chorleyweather.com

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Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

As the low pulls away we’re left in a more autumnal NW flow with cooler air filtering in for a short period of time before winds veer westerly once again.

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Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Another much weaker low drifts over England and Wales this weekend bringing frequent, blustery showers.

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Credit: chorleyweather.com

Into next week and probably one of the deepest lows we’ve seen in months approaches but holds well out over the Atlantic bringing a return of southerly winds. It’s frontal system could present a spell of wet and windy weather but mild Monday-Tuesday.

Credit: chorleyweather.com

Credit: chorleyweather.com

See this morning’s video.

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