October opens chilly with -1.8C in Braemar immediately followed by Stormy Sun Night-Mon

Written by on October 1, 2017 in Rest of Europe, Summer 2017, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

Low pressure isn’t just about the wind and rain but tropical warmth lifting unusually far north while arctic drives south behind.

Infrared imagery from this morning captures the approaching Atlantic system with recycled energy associated from Maria and Lee.

Credit: MeteoGib

In advance of the depressions cold front, this morning saw Svalbard climb to 9C while on the rear, Alert, Nunavut dipped to a chilly -21C. 30C difference within 1,000 miles at 80 degrees north.

Ahead of the deep low we enjoyed a clear, calm, open to October with Braemar dipping to -1.8C, the lowest value for the UK since June.

60-70 mph gusts expected through Central Scotland Mon AM

Credit: Met Office

Credit: Met Office

Credit: BBC Weatherhttps://twitter.com/metoffice/status/914433126033690625

Today’s video

Nice explanation of hurricanes involvement in Europe’s weather.


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